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The 5 Biggest Movie Flops of 2017 So Far

The mummy from Comcast's ill-fated summer blockbuster.

2017 has already seen movies like Beauty and the Beast , Wonder Woman , and Fate of the Furious hit it big at the box office, but it's also seen a surprising number of high-profile projects crash and burn.

Click through the presentation below to learn about the five costliest movie flops in 2017 so far, and what big disappointments could mean for Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) , Time Warner (NYSE: TWX) , and Viacom (NASDAQ: VIA) (NASDAQ: VIAB) .

The mummy from Comcast's ill-fated summer blockbuster.

Image source: Comcast.

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Keith Noonan has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends Time Warner. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy .

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