Top 10 Box Office Bombs That Ruined Studios
Hey, they can’t all be hits, right? For this list, we’re taking a look at box office bombs and disappointments that financially crippled movie studios. Our list includes flops like “Titan A.E.” (2000), “Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within” (2001), “Astro Boy” (2009), “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace” (1987), and more! Did any of these box office flops deserve more love? Let us know in the comments!
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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Box Office Bombs That Ruined Studios”
superman 4 was from Cannon?-wow-they’ve made American Cyborg-it have to be trash
I remember Astroboy xD
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It’s really hard to know whether the movie is gonna succeed or fail in the box office, the audience is so unpredictable, I have seen great films that failed and the opposite to
Titan A.E. is probably the greatest movie you never saw.
What? Why is battlefield earth number one? Godzilla 1998 was the most terrible movie oh yeah, that didn’t ruin tristar pictures
If my memories have recalled, New Line Cinema was already in a somewhat rocky position when their parent company Turner merged with TimeWarner in 1996, especially since the only successful film New Line released that year was the Turner-produced, John Travolta vehicle Micheal.
They did managed to be in luck a year later with films like Rush Hour, Austin Powers, LOTR, and Elf but after LOTR ended with Return of the King, New Line end up going on a financial downturn with fewer and fewer successful films.
The Golden Compass was pretty much the straw that broke the camel’s back, and that led New Line to become a subsidiary for sister company Warner Bros. In retrospective, that turned out to be a very good idea as New Line has been producing a ton of successful films for Warner in the past 9-10 years.
I pretty much only remember the golden compass from the game my oldest brother had and even at that I thought it was great
Just think guys
If Imagi never went under, we possibly would’ve had an animated Zelda movie
Also if only Nintendo allowed them