So, Forbes has unveiled the biggest movie flops of the year 2016, and it features some big names including Tina Fey, Matthew McConaughey, and Sacha Baron Cohen. Let’s have a look at the 10 least profitable movies of this year so far.

1. Max Steel

Director: Stewart Hendler

Budget: $10 million

Collected: $4.4 million

Max Steel portrays the adventures of a teenager (Max) with special powers and his extraterrestrial ally (Steel). This movie collected $4.4 million globally out of its $10 million budget, making the least profitable movie of this year.

2. Free State of Jones

Director: Gary Ross

Budget: $50 million

Collected: $23.2 million

This is the story of a slavery revolution, starring Matthew MacConaughey, was believed to be a strong awards contender. But ranked second in this year’s list of least profitable movies by grossing out $23.2 million out of $50 million budget.

3. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

Directors: Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone

Budget: $20 million

Collected: $9.5 million

The movies narrates the story of a boy band member who does everything he can to maintain his celebrity status after his solo album becomes a failure.

4 . Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Director: Burr Steers

Budget: $28 million

Collected: $16.4 million

This period zombie mashup flick was one of the most expected movies of the year but failed to meet the expectations. It grossed out $16.4 million on global box office despite the making cost of $28 million.

5. Ratchet & Clank

Directors: Kevin Munroe, Jericca Cleland

Budget: $20 million

Collected: $11.8 million

Ratchet & Clank is an animated movie that features a mechanic and his newfound robot friend making an elite squad to defend our planet from a wicked space captain.

6. Keeping Up with the Joneses

Director: Greg Mottola

Budget: $40 million

Collected: $26.9 million

This movie stars Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher who got dragged into an international undercover operation when they came to know that their seemingly perfect neighbours are international spies.

7. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa

Budget: $35 million

Collected: $24.9 million

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot features the adventures of a news reporter she faced during her wartime coverage in Afghanistan.

8. The Brothers Grimsby

Director: Louis Leterrier

Budget: $35 million

Collected: $28.7 million

The story of a top spy who is forced to join hands with his football skinhead brother for a mission. This movie made around $3.3 million during its opening weekend.

9. Snowden

Director: Oliver Stone

Budget: $40 million

Collected: $34.3 million

This is a biopic of Edward Snowden who become famous for leaking NSA’s surveillance techniques to the world.

10. Masterminds

Director: Jared Hess

Budget: $25 million

Collected: $22 million

Second movie to be listed in this list starring Zach Galifianakis, Masterminds, portrays a story based on the famous Loomis Fargo robbery that occurred in 1997.

The list uses info gathered from IMDB, Box Office Mojo and other movie sources. We ranked the movies based percentage of money they collected to their budgets. The list only features movies that opened in more than 2,000 screens worldwide (excluding that are released in November).


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