Top Ten Movie Flops of 2013

350210eThanks to the wonderful people at Forbes (via BoxOfficeMojo), the biggest flops – financially speaking – have been revealed for 2013. Even with very little movie knowledge, the candidates are pretty obvious to all. Before we give you the top 10 – couple of interesting things to note:

1) Big name stars does not equal big name profits.

2) R.I.P.D cost a whopping $130 million, despite the studio insisting it be under a $100 million.

3) Peeples is a ridiculous title.

Here’s the Top 10 Movie (Financially Speaking) Movie Flops of 2013

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10) The Big Wedding

Budget: $35 million

Global Box Office: $22 million

Return: 63%

Film Title: R.I.P.D.

9) R.I.P.D

Budget: $130 million

Global Box Office: $78 million

Return: 60%

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8) Peeples

Budget: $15 million

Global Box Office: $9 million

Return: 60%

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7) Getaway

Budget: $18 million

Global Box Office: $10.5 million

Return: 58%

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6) Battle of the Year

Budget: $20 million

Global Box Office: $11 million

Return: 55%

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5) Broken City

Budget: $35 million

Global Box Office: $19 million

Return: 54%

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4) Parker

Budget: $35 million

Global Box Office: $17 million

Return: 49%

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3) Paranoia

Budget: $35 million

Global Box Office: $13.5 million

Return: 39%

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2) Bullet to the Head

Budget: $25 million

Global Box Office: $9 million

Return: 36%

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1) The Fifth Estate

Budget: $28 million

Global Box Office: $6 million

Return: 21%

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Wow. To put The Fifth Estate’s ‘flopness’ into perspective, Hunger Games: Catching Fire made DOUBLE T.F.E.’s entire global box office on Monday alone in the States. Oh dear.

Poor Benedict. I'm sure he'll be alright in the end.

Poor Benedict. I’m sure he’ll be alright in the end.

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