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Hollywood Studios Have Worst Summer Box-office Since 1997

453500864 Riley & Co as saying:You cant chalk it up to anything other than a weak slate of movies that didnt resonate with consumers. We were expecting poor numbers to start with, and it got a lot worse. The Times reports that Hollywood studios released 12 sequels this summer, but only three, 22 Jump Street, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, and X-Men Days Of Future Past, managed to deliver significantly better returns than their predecessors. This left eight sequels that http://www.purevolume.com/simonlmuz/posts/7283192/Paul+Mccartney+Working+With+Kanye+West%3F+-+Contracostatimes.com nose-dived at the box office. Forbes cites the lack of break-out, independent movies this summer as webblog a contributing factor to the summer's lackluster box office. This includes films like A Most Wanted Man, and Belle, both of which barely took $10 million domestically, and comedies like Obvious Child ($3 million), Wish I Was Here ($3.6 million), and What If? ($2.5 million) that were more talked about than seen. In addition, some high-profile films were dropped from the summer schedules: Fast & Furious 7 was pushed back after the death of one of the franchise's stars, Paul Walker , and Pixar's The Good Dinosaur, was pushed back due to production problems, leaving the animation giant without a 2014 summer movie .
Source: http://www.ibtimes.com/hollywood-studios-have-worst-summer-box-office-1997-1674330

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