The 10 biggest box-office bombs of 2016

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“Bridget Jones’s Baby.”
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Miramax

The 2016 box office had some incredible performers, like Disney’s “Finding Dory” and “Captain America: Civil War,” which both earned over $1 billion worldwide, and the surprise success of Fox’s “Deadpool.”

But there were also some major flops that just didn’t connect with audiences.

With as varied a mix as “Ben-Hur” and “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” here are the lowest-earning movies at the box office in 2016.

Note: These titles are limited to only those from the six major studios and those that have played in more than 2,000 screens. Grosses below are all domestic earnings from Box Office Mojo. Reported budgets are estimates and do not figure into the rankings.


10. “Hail, Caesar!” — $30 million

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Universal

Reported budget: $22 million

(Note: Production budgets are estimates and do not include expenses for marketing and release.)


9. “Zoolander 2” — $28.8 million

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Paramount

Reported budget: $50 million


8. “The Finest Hours” — $27.5 million

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Disney Movie Trailers

Reported budget: $80 million


7. “Ben-Hur” — $26.4 million

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Paramount Pictures

Reported budget: $100 million


6. “Bridget Jones’s Baby” — $24.1 million

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‘Bridget Jones’ Baby’/Universal Studios

Reported budget: $35 million


5. “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” — $23 million

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Paramount

Reported budget: $35 million


4. “Keanu” — $20.5 million

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YouTube/Warner Bros

Reported budget: $15 million


3. “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” — $10.9 million

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Sony

Reported budget: $28 million


2. “Popstar: Never Stop Stopping” — $9.4 million

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Universal

Reported budget: $20 million


1. “The Brothers Grimsby” — $6.8 million

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Sony

Reported budget: $35 million