The biggest box office flops ever

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When you think of Hollywood, you might think of the big letters that adorn the green hills, or the stars that sit proudly on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, or maybe even the tours that take you around stars’ houses – that borders on being entertaining and creepy at the same time. Yet, we’ll bet you that when you think of Hollywood, you also think about blockbuster movies, because these two go hand in hand. With a whopping 600 movies being made, on average, every single year in Hollywood, it’s fair to say that it is the center of the world of film. Celebrities fly in on the red-eye flight every single day for high-profile events, auditions, or a day of filming, and they fly out after wrapping up a brand new movie. However, those of us who don’t spend our free time learning lines or hanging out with the stars don’t really know the ins and outs of the movie world. For example, how much does a movie cost to make? Well, according to Investopedia, the average movie in 2007 cost a whopping $65 million to create, produce, and finish – and that’s before you add on another $35 million to market the thing! Yes, it’s pretty darn expensive, which is why these production companies do everything they can to ensure they make a profit in the box office. However, there are some movies who just don’t make enough money to cover their expenses. Whether this is because of high production costs, pricey celebs who have their diva demands, or a concept that just doesn’t hit the mark, these are the biggest box office flops ever…

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