FANTASTIC FOUR And The Rest Of This Year's Biggest Box Office Flops Revealed

You don't need us to tell you that Fantastic Four is a flop, but where does it rank among the five biggest box office let downs of 2015's summer blockbuster season? Some of the releases here may just surprise you, but the place held by Josh Trank's reboot more than likely won't...

It's been an interesting summer blockbuster season, and while we all now begin turning our attention towards Fall and Winter releases like Spectre and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which releases crashed and burned over the past few months? Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we have the summer's five biggest flops, and Fantastic Four currently places as the second biggest failure behind only Tomorrowland. It's a little disappointing to see The Man From U.N.C.L.E. on here as it's by far the best of the bunch, but you have to believe that Fox are seriously reconsidering moving ahead with Fantastic Four 2 after losing a whopping $100 million on the first instalment. Even bringing someone like Bryan Singer in to direct wouldn't make a follow-up any less of a risk...

Tomorrowland
Budget: $190 million
Global gross: $208.4 million
Expected loss: $120 million-$150 million
 
Fantastic Four
Budget: $125 million
Global gross: $146.7 million
Expected loss: $80 million-$100 million
 
Pixels
Budget: $88 million-plus
Global gross: $186.4 million
Expected loss: $75 million-plus
 
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Budget: $75 million-plus
Global gross: $72.1 million
Expected loss: $80 million-plus
 
Aloha
Budget: $37 million-plus
Global gross: $26.2 million
Expected loss: $65 million
 
Did you enjoy any of these movies or did they deserve to flop? Let us know your thoughts below.
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