Top 10 Box Office Bombs: Who Bombed Best in 2013?

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Movie Fanatic has told you what the most profitable movies were with our Top 10 highest grossing movies of the year. So, who comprised the top 10 box office bombs?

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While subtracting Box Office from Budget may give you a rough idea of the depth of these debacles, it should be understood that big films routinely spend tens of millions more on their promotional budgets and that the studio and/or investor take is only a percentage of the b.o. And, of course, it is impossible to tell how this will be offset by video and television performances. (e.g. The Wizard of Oz and Citizen Kane were originally box-office bombs but have certainly turned a profit in the intervening years.)

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While subtracting Box Office from Budget may give you a rough idea of the depth of these debacles, it should be understood that big films routinely spend tens of millions more on their promotional budgets and that the studio and/or investor take is only a percentage of the b.o. And, of course, it is impossible to tell how this will be offset by video and television performances. (e.g. The Wizard of Oz and Citizen Kane were originally box-office bombs but have certainly turned a profit in the intervening years.)