Worst-Ever Box Office Bombs That Destroyed Careers and Cost Hollywood Millions

What’s worse than sitting through a movie only to leave the theater feeling like you just wasted two hours of your life? Now, picture it on a Hollywood-sized scale–a box office flop accounts for millions of dollars and hundreds of hours that nobody on set will ever get back.

Windtalkers (2002)

Nicholas Cage’s Windtalkers bombed so badly that it nearly destroyed its production company. MGM ended up firing its president of global marketing and distribution after its stock plummeted to the lowest point in four years. The film was actually the fourth consecutive flop for MGM, so it wasn’t entirely Cage’s fault, but the studio still lost around $110 million.

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