Disney predicts a $US160-$US190 million write down next quarter on box-office flop “The Lone Ranger.”
The company made the announcement during its Q3 earnings call.
Analysts originally estimated the film to bring in near $US60-$US70 million upon its box-office debut.
Currently, the film has earned $US175.6 million worldwide. The film has failed to break $US100 million domestically.
After its last blockbuster bomb, “John Carter,” Disney originally predicted near a $US200 million write off on the film.
In Q2 2012, Disney’s operating income saw a loss of $US84 million in part to “John Carter.”
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