Terminator: Dark Fate Ended Up Losing $121 Million For Paramount Pictures

It’s been revealed that Terminator: Dark Fate has ended up losing over $121 million at the box office for Paramount Pictures.

Dark Fate came out last year and it didn’t do terribly well with critics.

It also didn’t do very well with moviegoers as it’s been revealed that not too many people went to see it.

I’m a huge Terminator fan and I didn’t go to the cinema to see the film.

I caught it when it came out on-demand later down the line.

It turns out that the movie made a huge loss for Paramount Pictures.

Deadline revealed that the movie ended up making a loss of $122.6 million for the movie studio.

Terminator: Dark Fate lost Paramount Pictures a lot of money

Tim Miller on the set of Terminator: Dark Fate

Tim Miller on the set of Terminator: Dark Fate – Credit: Paramount Pictures

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It had previously been reported that the movie could end up making a $100 million loss for Paramount.

It’s a shame because the movie was supposed to be the franchise’s big return to form.

Dark Fate was the first Terminator film to have James Cameron involved in the filmmaking process.

He was a producer on the film, and Tim Miller was the director.

He’d made the first Deadpool movie prior to Dark Fate, yet it seems as though even he couldn’t bring the Terminator franchise back to life.

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Did you see Terminator: Dark Fate at the cinema?

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