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Disney's biggest motion movie failures

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earlier than they purchased marvel and celebrity Wars, Disney had a protracted heritage of trying - and more often than not failing - to make their own blockbuster adventure films. with the aid of William Bibbiani

It could be difficult to be aware now that Disney dominates the container workplace every year with wonder and big name Wars films, however there became a very long time when apartment of Mouse could not make a a success action film to keep their lives.

Granted, there are exceptions to this rule. Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean films are blockbuster hits, the country wide Treasure films made a killing, and the fashioned 20,000 Leagues below the ocean continues to be a basic. but for essentially the most half Disney usually seemed to have obstacle making motion-packed motion pictures that could compete with other studios' kick-butt blockbusters, which doubtless explains why they felt the need to buy pre-current franchises that already had an important built-in audience.

in case you do not be aware all of Disney's action movie flops, you are not on my own. somewhat a number of of them obtained swept beneath the rug, and many of the others went on to turn into cult favorites, so it's convenient to forget that they have been as soon as predominant container workplace disappointments. but do not cry for Disney; they're making billions. Let's simply take a moment to bear in mind where they got here from, and how often they got here near economic ruin by means of placing all their funds into action-adventure films that failed to discover an viewers. Watch the video above or try the slideshow below for Disney's biggest motion movie failures...

Do you believe these misses from Disney may still've fared better on the box workplace? Or had been they rightly discard into the trash heap of box-office historical past?

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