Special Report

America's Biggest Box Office Losers of 2017

Source: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

45. Live By Night
> 2017 domestic gross: $10,378,555
> U.S. opening weekend: $33,336
> No. of theaters played in: 2,822
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 42%

Source: Courtesy of Orion Pictures

44. The Belko Experiment
> 2017 domestic gross: $10,166,820
> U.S. opening weekend: $4,137,230
> No. of theaters played in: 1,341
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 40%

Source: Courtesy of Universal Pictures

43. Thank You for Your Service (2017)
> 2017 domestic gross: $9,479,390
> U.S. opening weekend: $3,817,700
> No. of theaters played in: 2,083
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 78%

Source: Courtesy of Summit Premiere

42. Rock Dog
> 2017 domestic gross: $9,420,546
> U.S. opening weekend: $3,704,749
> No. of theaters played in: 2,077
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 45%

Source: Courtesy of Open Road Films

41. Marshall
> 2017 domestic gross: $8,896,025
> U.S. opening weekend: $3,000,805
> No. of theaters played in: 821
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 88%

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