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13. Red Planet (2000)

Net losses, inflation adjusted: $82,406,208
Total cost: $100,000,000
Worldwide theater gross: $33,463,969
Net losses (actual): $66,536,031

Red Planet was a science fiction film released in November 2000 starring Carrie-Anne Moss and Val Kilmer. The movie took place on Mars in the late 21st century and much was made of the fact that it was filmed in the Technicolor format, the first film to do so in years.

None of it clicked with critics or audiences though, and the movie opened in a disastrous fifth place, beaten out by Charlie’s Angels and even the Adam Sandler vehicle Little Nicky.

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