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* TroubledProduction: The film was shot in 2014, but the studio was so horrified at what Dean Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room.

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* TroubledProduction: The film was shot in 2014, but the studio was so horrified at what Dean Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room. By the time reshoots (under a whole different team) happened, roles were recast or downright added.


* TroubledProduction: The film was shot for a 2014 release, but the studio was so horrified at what Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room.

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* TroubledProduction: The film was shot for a 2014 release, in 2014, but the studio was so horrified at what Dean Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room.


* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meager $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. As of Oct. 29, 2017, its worldwide gross is sitting at slightly below $135M. The most likely contributors to its abysmal failure are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that devastated considerable parts of the US and the Caribbean just weeks prior).

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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has had to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meager $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. As of Oct. 29, 2017, its Its worldwide gross is sitting at slightly below $135M.above $200M. The most likely contributors to its abysmal failure are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that devastated considerable parts of the US and the Caribbean just weeks prior).

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* ActorAllusion: At one point, Jake mentions that he and his brother were born in the UK, likely a nod to the fact that [[FakeAmerican they're both played by British actors]].


* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meager $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal failure are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that devastated considerable parts of the US and the Caribbean just weeks prior).

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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meager $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its As of Oct. 29, 2017, its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future.$135M. The most likely contributors to its abysmal failure are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that devastated considerable parts of the US and the Caribbean just weeks prior).


* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that devastated considerable parts of the US and the Carribean just weeks prior).
* TroubledProduction: The film was shot for a 2014 release, but the studio was so horrified at what Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room.

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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre meager $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success failure are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that devastated considerable parts of the US and the Carribean Caribbean just weeks prior).
* TroubledProduction: The film was shot for a 2014 release, but the studio was so horrified at what Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room.room.
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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that hit considerable parts of the US and the Carribean).

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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, a series of powerful hurricanes that hit devastated considerable parts of the US and the Carribean).Carribean just weeks prior).


* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie being released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, several powerful hurricanes that hit considerable parts of the US) tends to fight an uphill battle by default.

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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie being tends to fight an uphill battle by default when it's released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, several a series of powerful hurricanes that hit considerable parts of the US) tends to fight an uphill battle by default.US and the Carribean).

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* BoxOfficeBomb: ''Geostorm'' cost an estimated $120-140M to make and has to gross between $300M and $350M to become profitable, but only raked in a horrendously meagre $13.3M during its domestic opening weekend. Its worldwide gross is currently (as of Oct. 24, 2017) sitting at slightly below $70M, and while it has yet to hit the Chinese market, nobody's particularly optimistic about the movie breaking even in the foreseeable future. The most likely contributors to its abysmal success are its epically TroubledProduction (see below), as well as the fact that a natural disaster movie being released in the wake of a whole chain of RealLife natural disasters (namely, several powerful hurricanes that hit considerable parts of the US) tends to fight an uphill battle by default.

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* TroubledProduction: The film was shot for a 2014 release, but the studio was so horrified at what Devlin turned in that they spent ''three years'' desperately trying to turn it into something releasable in the editing room.

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