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"The Kitchen"

12 of the biggest box-office flops of 2019 so far

The latest major box-office bomb of the year is Melissa McCarthy's "The Kitchen." Here are the biggest 2019 flops so far.

‘Poms’ is the worst box-office flop of the year so far

STX Entertainment had its second box-office flop in a row over the weekend with "Poms." It follows the animated "UglyDolls" bombing last weekend.

‘UglyDolls’ is the summer’s first box-office flop as ‘Avengers: Endgame’ continues to dominate

The first box-office disaster of the summer goes to the critically panned animated movie, "UglyDolls."
"Hellboy" (2019)

Why the new ‘Hellboy’ movie was an epic flop at the box office — from awful reviews to losing visionary director Guillermo del Toro

Experts weigh in on why the "Hellboy" reboot from the director Neil Marshall disappointed at the box office over the weekend.
"The Beach Bum."

Matthew McConaughey’s ‘The Beach Bum’ is the biggest box-office flop of his career and the worst of 2019 so far

Two of Matthew McConaughey's worst box-office debuts for a wide release have happened in 2019, with "Serenity" and now "The Beach Bum."

‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ could lose Fox $50 million, and is the first major box-office flop of 2019

"The Kid Who Would Be King" is the first flop of the year from a major studio so far, and is the latest movie about King Arthur to bomb.

13 of the biggest movie flops of 2018 that failed dramatically at the box office

From "Solo" to "Robin Hood," these are the biggest flops at the box office in 2018.
Taron Egerton in "Robin Hood"

The new ‘Robin Hood’ movie is officially the biggest box-office bomb of the year

Lionsgate's latest take on "Robin Hood" bombed at the box office over Thanksgiving weekend and will struggle to even earn back its budget.
"London Fields"

The 7 movies with the worst box-office openings of all time, including 2 that came out in 2018

Amber Heard's new movie, "London Fields," had one of the worst openings at the box office of all time for a movie opening wide on over 600 screens.

The sequels that are bombing badly at the box office this year

Hollywood is suffering from a case of "sequelitis," and these 14 sequels suffered a poor fate with audiences.