Budget Breakdown: What are the riskiest films of 2012?

As reported by The New York Post, Mars Needs Moms — the final product of Zemeckis’ studio ImageMovers Digital — lost more than $125 million at the box office. According to Box Office Mojo, the film grossed just $21 million domestically and $17 million abroad, off a reported $150 million budget which was presumably significantly larger (since all Hollywood budgets are mysteries wrapped in riddles inside enigmas, and also lies.) Check out EW’s list of the riskiest films of 2012.



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