Special Report

America's Biggest Box Office Losers of 2017

 

25. 20th Century Women
> 2017 domestic gross: $5,664,764
> U.S. opening weekend: $111,200
> No. of theaters played in: 650
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 73%

Source: Courtesy of Focus Features

24. The Book of Henry
> 2017 domestic gross: $4,288,104
> U.S. opening weekend: $1,424,540
> No. of theaters played in: 650
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 63%

Source: Courtesy of Lionsgate

23. Stronger
> 2017 domestic gross: $4,209,483
> U.S. opening weekend: $1,611,040
> No. of theaters played in: 645
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 87%

Source: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

22. Friend Request
> 2017 domestic gross: $3,759,046
> U.S. opening weekend: $2,002,863
> No. of theaters played in: 2,573
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 30%

Source: Courtesy of Focus Features

21. A Monster Calls
> 2017 domestic gross: $3,740,823
> U.S. opening weekend: $30,909
> No. of theaters played in: 1,523
> Share of audience that liked the movie: 81%

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