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Disney announced Monday that “John Carter” would result in a $200 million loss for the company. For your viewing pleasure, here’s a non-definitive list of other movies that have the flop asterisk justly — and unjustly — next to their names. (Box-office figures from Box Office Mojo, unless otherwise noted.)
"John Carter," 2012Andrew Stanton's film holds the distinction of being the first flop of the year, though some -- including Stanton's Pixar cohort Brad Bird -- feel that negative chatter in the press unfairly hurt the film. "John Carter" currently boasts an anemic 35 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes among top critics. (Translation: Most of them didn't like it.)Frank Connor/AP
The couple, who have a boy named Archie, announced on Jan. 8 that they would step back from being royals, become financially independent, and split their time between North America and the United Kingdom.