7 washed-up movie franchises that Hollywood should retire
The summer has been full of disappointing movie sequels that have failed to bring audiences into the theater, including the latest "X-Men" movie, "Dark Phoenix," and "Men in Black: International." And the box office is down compared to this time last year - 6% domestically and 4.7% worldwide.
It raises the question: what movie franchises should Hollywood just retire already?
The "X-Men" franchise is in a unique position. After the Disney-Fox merger, the X-Men will eventually get a fresh start in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which dominates the box office with movies like "Captain Marvel" and "Avengers: Endgame."
But not all franchises are as lucky, and some should take a long, long vacation.
Below are seven movie franchises, ranked by how much Hollywood should put an end to them (box-office numbers are domestic and adjusted for inflation based on data from Box Office Mojo):
7. "Indiana Jones"
6. "Men in Black"
5. J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World
3. "Jurassic Park"
2. "Die Hard"
1. "Robin Hood"
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