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19 Movies That Flopped In America But Were Massive Hits Overseas

Some movies take off and soar at the box office. It’s hard to understand why fans overseas can’t get enough of films which Americans find totally worthless. It has happened multiple times when a film struggling in the US reaches overseas and gets saved from turning into a flop.

Take a look at 19 such movies that flopped in America but turned out to be massive hits everywhere else:

Warcraft (2016)

Box office in North America: $26,844,692

Box office in the rest of the world: $287,256,498

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)

Box office in North America: $26,844,692

Box office in the rest of the world: $287,256,498

Bridget Jones’s Baby (2016)

Box office in North America: $24,139,805

Box office in the rest of the world: $181,682,883

XXX: Return of Xander Cage (2017)

Box office in North America: $44,898,413

Box office in the rest of the world: $300,134,946

Battleship (2012)

Box office in North America: $65,233,400

Box office in the rest of the world: $248,244,317

The Mummy (2017)

Box office in North America: $80,101,125

Box office in the rest of the world: $329,852,780

About Time (2013)

A romantically shot image of Rachel McAdams looking back in the middle of an empty street

Box office in North America: $15,323,921

Box office in the rest of the world: $73,214,821

Inferno (2017)

Box office in North America: $34,343,574

Box office in the rest of the world: $185,175,793

Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)

Box office in North America: $64,063,008

Box office in the rest of the world: $338,093,674

The Golden Compass (2007)

 

Box office in North America: $70,107,728

Box office in the rest of the world: $297,154,830

The Expendables 3 (2014)

Box office in North America: $39,322,544

Box office in the rest of the world: $170,138,834

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)

 

Box office in North America: $40,479,370

Box office in the rest of the world: $174,618,986

Gulliver’s Travels (2010)

Box office in North America: $42,779,261

Box office in the rest of the world: $189,238,587

Terminator Genisys (2015)

Box office in North America: $89,760,956

Box office in the rest of the world: $342,389,938

Everest (2015)

Box office in North America: $43,482,270

Box office in the rest of the world: $177,814,791

Kingdom of Heaven (2005)

Box office in North America: $47,398,41

Box office in the rest of the world: $171,454,940

American Reunion (2012)

Box office in North America: $56,758,835

Box office in the rest of the world: $180,040,376

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009)

Box office in North America: $7,689,607

Box office in the rest of the world: $56,663,000

In Time (2011)

Box office in North America: $37,553,932

Box office in the rest of the world: $127,550,020

Which film do you feel should have performed much better in the US? Drop your views in the comment section below

Source: BuzzFeed

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