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Summer box office blockbusters also have a downside really big flops with Dennis you know -- it's now back sorry -- -- Really two good movies this summer I think.
There's a lot more than that -- -- -- -- box covers up but the flopped.
They're awfully coffee -- two more nine figure film flops spend their premieres.
Over the weekend and they have our condolences.
Our I PD in a rare dead on arrival film for smoking hot Comcast universal cost 130 million dollars to make.
Brought in only twelve million dollars -- so this weekend.
It's not cops who -- ghosts and Turbo the DreamWorks Animation flick about a -- on speed.
Think in the end.
42 million dollars efficient only third at the box office and it failed to beat -- -- rival despicable me to the universal film now approaching 600 million dollars worldwide.
And already out for only look for three weeks you have.
And raised in that hundred million dollar question.
Our big budget busters the right bet you know did he could lose upwards of 200 million dollars.
-- one of the biggest flops of summer the Lone Ranger made for 225 million dollars take in less than a 150 million so far.
And White House down Pacific -- After earth also -- not that well despite nine figure production budgets get look at what won the box office weekend but conjuring.
A low budget films from Warner Bros.
the cost only twenty -- -- -- to make but hauled in over twice that much opening weekend that horror film.
Follows the release last month of the purge made for only three million bucks and -- and twelve times that much its opening weekend.
And the surprise if it's women who drove both horror hit what it -- 53% of the audience for the conjuring this weekend 56%.
For the perch -- makes you wonder maybe more low budget horror you're 200 million dollar gambles horrors Hollywood -- perfect big.
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