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Biggest U.S. Box Office Bombs Of 2017 (So Far…)!

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It looks like despite stellar reviews, Blade Runner 2049 is flopping pretty hard.

Maybe audiences don't remember the original? Or aren't into that 165 minute runtime? Or maybe they're just tired of getting burned by big, expensive sci-fi/fantasy this year..?

After the apparent failure of the Ryan Gosling reboot, we decided to take a look at some of the other movies that contributed to a VERY slow year at the box office.

Ch-ch-check out the list of the biggest money losers so far (below)!

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PHRASING! Paramount Chief Uses Unfortunate Wording To Defend Wide Release Of Jennifer Lawrence Box Office Bomb mother!

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There's pretty much no way you haven't heard about mother!

The Darren Aronofsky horror (?) film is the lowest opening of GF Jennifer Lawrence's career and has so far brought in only $16.5 million domestically on a reported $30 mil budget.

While reviews vary from repulsion to reverence, the response from wide audiences for the very artsy, allegorical film was extremely low, making it only the 19th ever to receive an "F" CinemaScore from polled theatergoers.

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The film is easily one of the most talked about films of the year — unfortunately that doesn't exactly equal success for a studio considering they chose to release it on 2,600 screens.

But Paramount Worldwide Distribution and Marketing President Megan Colligan told The Wrap that's exactly what they wanted. Unfortunately, the wording she used was a little on the nose:

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It Proves To Be A MASSIVE Hit At The Box Office!

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There's absolutely no question which flick ruled the box office this weekend: It is the most popular movie in America, with a HUGE opening weekend in theaters over the last few days!

In fact, the Stephen King adaptation took in so much money, it became the biggest opener EVER for a movie in the horror genre! Incredible!!

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Over 4,103 theaters across all of North America this weekend, It has taken in a grand total of

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What A Historically Bad Weekend At The Box Office!

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Blame it on Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor, perhaps, but the box office was BRUTAL this weekend!

In fact, it was so bad that none of the new offerings in theaters cleared $5 million…

WTF!?

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The Hitman's Bodyguard, in its second weekend, did about $10 million to win, but the fact that no new release cleared $5 million made this weekend's box office the lowest, slowest level since

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Dunkirk Wins The Box Office This Week As The Emoji Movie Struggles In Opening Weekend

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Another weekend, another new day at the box office!

Dunkirk is the biggest winner this week, thanks to a $28.1 million haul this week and a cumulative $102.8 million domestic pull through its second week on Sunday — and another $45.6 million overseas from 62 more markets.

The war movie has done particularly well in the United Kingdom, with a tally of $35.4 million this weekend — already surpassing the lifetime U.K. cume of director Christopher Nolan's last movie, Interstellar.

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Meanwhile, The Emoji Movie — which had been getting brutally bad reviews from critics — didn't do so hot in theaters but actually outshot some of its projections, taking in $25.7 million.

Sony president of worldwide marketing and distribution Josh Greenstein seemed happy about The Emoji Movie's weekend, saying:

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Despicable Me 3 Wins The Box Office, But Falls Below Expectations — And Baby Driver Is A Surprise Hit!

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The minions have it!

Despicable Me 3 landed at the very top of the box office this weekend, drawing in the most money of any film across North America, and yet it fell far short of expectations, suggesting some sluggishness with now the third installment of the franchise.

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Gru and his minions put up a respectable showing by most standards, of course: Despicable Me 3 took in $75.4 million from 4,529 theaters across North America this weekend. And yet that's a disappointment relative to the hope that it might do as much as $90 million in its opening weekend.

Overseas, the flick did very well: $95.6 million from 52 different foreign markets this week alone. Add that and its $75.4 million from North America to its early roll out in some places elsewhere in the world the past few weeks, and that gives Despicable Me 3 a total of $192.3 million globally.

Nothing to sneeze at, but still below expectations — especially for

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Box Office Report — Transformers: The Last Knight Disappoints With A Franchise Low $69 Million

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This may be the last night for the Transformers franchise after The Last Knight disappointed so badly at the box office this weekend…

Transformers: The Last Knight brought in just $69.1 million from 4,069 theaters across its five day debut at the North American box office this week.

Yikes! That's a franchise low — and it'll put serious doubt on whether the series has a legitimate future beyond this movie.

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The movie — which cost Paramount about $217 million to make — brought in a more respectable

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