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Slowly Grinds to a Halt, May Lose $100 Million at the Box Office
The big-budget steam punk fantasy film made only $7.5 million its opening weekend.
2017’s Biggest Movie Flops Made the Case Against ‘Cinematic Universes’
Audiences soured on films intended to launch franchises, reflecting a new cynicism toward Hollywood.
Is the Latest Summer-Season Flop
Universal had a lot riding on this reboot, which is rather puzzling.
Ryan Reynolds Gives
a 1 Out of 10 (1=Bad)
makes up for it, though.
Iggy Azalea’s ‘Viral’ Career Comeback Isn’t Going So Smoothly
She claims her label won’t let her make a video for her “viral” record.
We need a Fox hack.
Here’s All the Juicy Post-Flop
Gossip for You
When a film this big goes this wrong, everyone has an ax to grind.
to End Broadway Run Early
Sad fish, blue fish.
the number one list show
Recall the Five Biggest Cinematic Turkeys of All Time
Oh, that’s right. John Travolta’s dreadlocks.
Joe Jonas Nearly Maims Nick Jonas in Freak Drumstick Mishap
Update: The Jonas Brothers’ Failing Streak Continues
Their new TV show was watched by a mere 3.2 million kids between 6 and 14, which is the approximate number of fans standing outside of Zac Efron’s house on an average weekday.
Why Is Nobody Buying the New U2 Album?
Has America finally fallen out of love with the Edge’s delay pedal?
Moviegoers Reject Will Smith’s Organs
’Seven Pounds’ was Smith’s worst opening since ‘Ali’ in 2001.
Zack and Miri Make Very Little Money
Harvey Weinstein needed a hit this weekend and it didn’t get it.