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This may be the worst box-office weekend for 2012.Two new films hit theatres; however, neither is expected to gross more than $10 million.
Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana star in “The Words” about a man who plagiarizes a novel, while a long-awaited Bruce Willis action-thriller from Summit finally makes its way on screen.
Highlights among new trailers this week include a new online exclusive from “Taken 2” and a trailer for a sequel to a box-office bomb.
Release Date: October 12
The first film had an estimated production budget of $6.5 million according to IMDB and bombed at theatres grossing little more than $4.6 million at theatres.
Despite its box-office numbers, the sequel has a bigger budget estimated at $10 million.
Release Date: October 5
Estimated Budget: $80 million
Just to give you an idea of how big that budget is, the first film had an estimated budget of $25 million.
Release Date: October 26
Warner Bros. spent an estimated $100 million on the adaptation of Andy Wachowski's 2004 epic novel.
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