History Trivia / TheAdventuresOfPlutoNash

29th Jan '17 1:33:17 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* OldShame: To everyone involved, especially Eddie Murphy and Alec Baldwin, who refused credit for his role.

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* OldShame: To everyone involved, especially Eddie Murphy Creator/EddieMurphy and Alec Baldwin, Creator/AlecBaldwin, who refused credit for his role.
18th Oct '16 7:45:17 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Creator/JenniferLopez and Creator/HalleBerry were the first and second choices respectively for the role of Dina, but both passed on the part. Berry declined becuase the filming schedule clashed with her wedding.
31st Mar '16 7:33:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Creator/RosarioDawson as Dina Lake, Creator/AlecBaldwin as a mobster, Creator/PamGrier as Pluto's mother, and Creator/JohnCleese as a limousine's autopilot.
7th Nov '15 2:26:43 PM BananaPancakes
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* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget plus marketing costs? A cool $120 mil, which is roughly what a studio back then would sink in to a film whenever they're expecting a blockbuster. But how much did this movie rake in at the box office? [[EpicFail $7.1 million]]. ''[[EpicFail Worldwide]]''. To be exact, they lost $112,896,027 on this film, which amounts to a 94.08% loss. Adjusted for inflation, its net loss is the third largest in film history. As far as box office bombs go, this one is nuclear. Kaboom.

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\n* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget plus marketing costs? A cool $120 mil, which is roughly what a studio back then would sink in to a film whenever they're expecting a blockbuster. But how much did this movie rake in at the box office? [[EpicFail $7.1 million]]. Seven-point-one million dollars]] ''[[EpicFail Worldwide]]''. worldwide]]''. To be exact, precise, they lost $112,896,027 on this film, which amounts to a 94.08% loss. Adjusted for inflation, its net loss is the third fifth largest in film history. As far as box office bombs go, this one is nuclear. Kaboom.



* CreatorKiller: After directing successful and Oscar winning films ''Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.
* DevelopmentHell / TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: It took long to both be done and be released.

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* CreatorKiller: After directing successful and Oscar winning Oscar-winning films ''Film/{{Tremors}}'' (''Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.TV.
* DevelopmentHell / TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: It took long to both be done DevelopmentHell[=/=]TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: Both its production and be released.release were delayed by large amounts of time.



* MoneyDearBoy: Eddie Murphy refused to promote the film at its time of release, and stated that the money is the only reason he took the role.

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* MoneyDearBoy: Eddie Murphy Creator/EddieMurphy refused to promote the film at its time of release, and stated admitted that the money is was the only reason he took the role.



* OldShame: To everyone involved, especially EddieMurphy and Creator/AlecBaldwin, who insisted on being uncredited for his role.
* StarDerailingRole: This movie killed the momentum EddieMurphy had gotten back after ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor''.

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* OldShame: To everyone involved, especially EddieMurphy Eddie Murphy and Creator/AlecBaldwin, Alec Baldwin, who insisted on being uncredited refused credit for his role.
* StarDerailingRole: This movie killed the momentum EddieMurphy Eddie Murphy had gotten back after ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor''.
2nd Jun '15 7:10:41 PM KingClark
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* CreatorKiller: After directing successful and Oscar winning films 'Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.

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* CreatorKiller: After directing successful and Oscar winning films 'Film/{{Tremors}}'' ''Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.
27th May '15 6:02:26 AM ngh93
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** It did a bit better in the DVD market, but not nearly enough to cover the costs. To date, it has grossed $24,983,000 in DVD sales. [[ThePollyanna Only $88 million to go before you break even, guys!]]



** It did a bit better in the DVD market, but not nearly enough to cover the costs. To date, it has grossed $24,983,000 in DVD sales. [[ThePollyanna Only $88 million to go before you break even, guys!]]
27th May '15 6:01:10 AM ngh93
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* CreatorKiler: After directing successful and Oscar winning films 'Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.

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* CreatorKiler: *CreatorKiller: After directing successful and Oscar winning films 'Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.
27th May '15 6:00:46 AM ngh93
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*CreatorKiler: After directing successful and Oscar winning films 'Film/{{Tremors}}'' and ''Film/CitySlickers''), ''Pluto Nash'' blotched Ron Underwood's feature directing career. Underwood has since stuck to directing TV Films.
14th Jan '15 4:54:22 AM CJO123
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* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget plus marketing costs? A cool $120 mil, which is roughly what a studio back then would sink in to a film whenever they're expecting a blockbuster. But how much did this movie rake in at the box office? $7.1 million. To be exact, they lost $112,896,027 on this film, which amounts to a 94.08% loss. Adjusted for inflation, its net loss is the third largest in film history. As far as box office bombs go, this one is nuclear. Kaboom.

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* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget plus marketing costs? A cool $120 mil, which is roughly what a studio back then would sink in to a film whenever they're expecting a blockbuster. But how much did this movie rake in at the box office? [[EpicFail $7.1 million.million]]. ''[[EpicFail Worldwide]]''. To be exact, they lost $112,896,027 on this film, which amounts to a 94.08% loss. Adjusted for inflation, its net loss is the third largest in film history. As far as box office bombs go, this one is nuclear. Kaboom.
15th Nov '14 10:04:59 PM Nakayama90
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* NotScreenedForCritics: Probably a clear indication of the movie's quality.
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