Murphy’s ‘Nash’ Tops 21st Century Film Flops

Eddie Murphy movie The Adventures of Pluto Nash has topped a new industry poll of the film flops of the new century.

The 2002 film, which cost $100 million to make and recouped less than 10 percent at the box office, edged out John Travolta‘s critically panned Battlefield Earth in the new Hollywood Reporter list of shame.

Also making the top 10 flops are Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez‘s Grindhouse; Catwoman, starring Halle Berry; Gigli; and summer film Land of the Lost.

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