Sometimes, movies do very, very well, but other times, they are complete busts and make everyone poor (actually, they allow accountants at movie studios to hide their profits from other films so they can claim to have lost money that year as a company and pay zero taxes, but that's not what this article is about). Forbes magazine, one of the world's foremost resources for lists of things that are worth money, crunched the numbers and figured out the top 10 (or bottom 10) films that lost studios immense chunks of change this year. (They did exclude FIFA's record-shattering disaster of a self-produced documentary, which literally no one saw.) A surprising commonality? The failures all had big stars.

Sources: Forbes