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12. ‘Stealth’ — Biggest Movie Flops of All Time
12. ‘Stealth’ — Biggest Movie Flops of All Time
This 2005 Jamie Foxx robot fighter pilot non-epic cost upwards of $135 million but only took in around $13mil on its opening weekend. (It eventually accrued close to $77 mil worldwide, which was still not enough to get it out of the red.) The movie also faced numerous lawsuits, including one by a party who claimed copyright of the term "stealth." By the end of this disaster, it's safe to
13. ‘Delgo’ — Biggest Movie Flops of All Time
13. ‘Delgo’ — Biggest Movie Flops of All Time
'Delgo' came out in 2008 and never made its mark. It cost $40 million to make, enough to warrant some attention, but brought in less than $1 million in its opening weekend, earning it the title of lowest-grossing opening weekend of all time. The filmmakers blamed poor marketing, but the ugly animation and bland story probably had something to do with its failure. Sadly, 'Delgo' was the last film w
Mike Vitar — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Mike Vitar — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: Vitar’s character, Benny "The Jet" Rodriquez, was the oldest and by far the best baseball player of the ‘Sandlot’ bunch. He also acted as Smalls' protector when the other kids mocked him for his lack of skill. Rodriguez was Vitar’s biggest role as a child actor, but you may also remember him from another '90s sports movie franchise -- he played Luis Mendoza in the second and third
Patrick Renna — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Patrick Renna — ‘The Sandlot’ Kids Then and Now
Then: 'The Sandlot' was the first substantial acting role for Patrick Renna, and his Hamilton "Ham" Porter character has long been a favorite of fans of the film. With his unique look, Renna became one of the more recognizable child actors of the mid-'90s, starring as pesky kids in the movies 'Son in Law' and 'The Big Green,' as well as making guest appearances on TV shows such as 'Boy M

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