Poor old Uma Thurman she's having a difficult 2010 after her latest movie Motherhood bombed at the box office in spectacular style.
The film didn't fair well at the U.S box office last year, grossing just £40,000 but things were to get a whole lot worse when it came over the pond.
In it's opening weekend the movie made just £88, yes you heard me correctly just £88.
So here at FemaleFirst we take a look at other movies that really have bombed at the box office, and there are a fair few!
Cutthroat Island (1995)
Cutthroat Island single handedly killed off the pirate movie, until a certain Johnny Depp came along, with this awful offering back in 1995.
Starring Geena Davis and Matthew Modine, Tom Cruise, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jeff Bridges and Michael Keaton all turned down the role, the movie was a total disaster.
With a budget of $98 million, hard to believe where all that money was spent, the film made just $10 million at the U.S. box office.
The loss brought about the end of Carolco Pictures and saw Davis' career take a major nose dive.
The Avengers (1998)
adapting a TV show for the big screen is always a tricky business, which usually results in disaster.
And in 1998 the very same thing happen as filmmaker Jeremiah S. Chechik tried to bring The Avengers to the big screen.
Once again the movie starred Uma Thurman as well as Sean Connery and Ralph Fiennes. Universally panned the movie made just $23 million in the U.S., only a fraction of it's $60 million budget.
Battlefield Earth (2000)
John Travolta's Battlefield Earth remains one of the most famous box office disasters as it took just $29.7 million at the global box office.
The movie cost $75 million to make and had an estimated $20 million for marketing costs, so it was a fairly costly project.
It was rumoured that Travolta put his own money into the project in a bid to get it to the big screen.
Sadly his gamble didn't pay off and Battlefield Earth was widely regarded as one of the worst movies of all time.
In 2001 Mariah Carey, sadly, stepped in front of the camera for her first starring role in Glitter, hard to believe that she has gone on to put in a great turn in Precious.
Anyway the movie was a total disaster and grossed just $5 million worldwide, not even making back a quarter of it's $22 million budget.
Sadly she continued to act, churning out all sorts of rubbish until the hard hitting Precious last year.
Director Vondie Curtis-Hall now works predominately in TV.
Town and Country (2001)
Town and Country was another poor movie for 2001, despite starring Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn, Warren Beatty and Charlton Heston.
Amazingly the film had a budget of $90 million yet made back at rather disappointing $10 million.
To say that Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's movie Gigli was a disaster is a little bit of an understatement.
Panned by just about everyone Gigli was named as the worst movie of 2003. An interesting criticism of the movie was Affleck and Lopez lacked chemistry, they were dating at the time.
The film took just $7.2 million at the global box office, which was some way short of it's $54 million budget.
Speed Racer (2008)
Speed Racer was the Wachowski Brothers’ adaptation of the 1960’s Japanese anime series and followed Speed Racer (Emile Hirsch) is a natural behind the wheel.
The movie boasted a great cast of Hirsch, Christina Ricci, Susan Sarandon, Matthew Fox and John Goodman, but that wasn't enough to save it.
Yes the movie made a loss as it grossed $93 million globally but was made for $120 million.
Other movies that haven't faired too well at the box office include Heaven's Gate, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, lets face it anything with Eddie Murphy in at the moment isn't going to do well, The Postman and Catwoman, what was Halle Berry thinking.
FemaleFirst Helen Earnshaw
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