'Movie 43' And Five Other Film Flops With Great Casts

on January 28 2013 5:15 PM
  • Lions For Lambs
    The 2007 war thriller "Lions for Lambs," starring Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep, and Robert Redford, made only $15 million of it's $35 million budget back. United Artists
  • Town and Country
    The 2001 comedy "Town and Country," starring Diane Keaton, Warren Beatty, and Goldie Hawn grossed only $6 million of it's $90 million budget. New Line Cinema
  • Cloud Atlas
    An impressive array of Oscar winners such as Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, and Susan Sarandon couldn't save "Cloud Atlas" from earning just $27 million of its near $100 million budget. Warner Brothers
  • Gigli
    The 2003 comedy "Gigli," starring Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Al Pacino, and Christopher Walken remains one of the biggest flops in films history. Columbia Pictures
  • All The Kings Men
    It cost $55 million to produce the 2006 remake of "All the Kings Men" starring Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, and Anthony Hopkins. Unfortunately, the film grossed an abismal $7 million. Columbia Pictures
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"Movie 43" may feature some of the most popular and acclaimed actors in Hollywood, but that didn't save the film from tanking at the box office. The gross-out comedy, starring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Kate Winslet, earned just $4 million in its opening weekend. 

Several films with an all-star cast that have suffered the same fate. Here are some films that crashed and burned despite its white-hot stars:

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