Box OfficeWyatt Earp: $25 millionTombstone: $56.5 million Neither film did overwhelmingly great at the box office. Tombstone, starring Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer, edged out the Kevin Costner and Dennis Quaid film from Warner Bros.Box OfficeDante's Peak: $178 million Volcano: $122.8 million Fox got a little excited with its over-the-top posters for Volcano. The film did nowhere near as well as Pierce Brosnan's volcano epic in the states; however, the Los Angeles centered movie picked up overseas.Box OfficeArmageddon: $553.7 millionDeep Impact: $349.5 million Bruce Willis saves the world from an asteroid in the first film, while Robert Duvall tries to stop a massive comet from colliding with the planet.Box OfficeAntz: $171.8 millionA Bug's Life: $363.4 million Even animated distributors can't avoid releasing similar films. Disney and Pixar's bug film went up against Sylvester Stallone's ant crew and took him down.Box OfficeThe Truman Show: $264 millionEDtv: $35.2 million Both films revolve around reality shows. The main difference is that Ed (Matthew McConaughey) agrees to have his life filmed while Jim Carrey's character, Truman, doesn't know he's being filmed on The Truman Show. The Truman Show was nominated for several Academy Awards including best director. Box OfficeMission to Mars: $111 millionRed Planet: $33.5 million Even the marketing for both films looked indistinguishable. However, Val Kilmer's film tanked compared to the Mars film with Gary Sinise and Tim Robbins.Box OfficePhone Booth: $97.8 millionLiberty Stands Still: $595,000* Colin Farrell locked himself in a phone booth for the duration of the first film while being held at gunpoint. In the latter, Linda Florentino locks herself to a hot dog vendor's cart filled with explosives for the movie. Both must stay on phones or they'll die. *The film was released in the US on DVD.Box OfficeFinding Nemo: $921.7 millionShark Tale: $367.3 million Nemo made more than double the DreamWorks Animation picture and will receive a sequel this June.Box OfficeChasing Liberty: $12.3 millionFirst Daughter: $10.6 million Neither film starring Mandy Moore or Katie Holmes did well at theaters.Box OfficeThe Cave: $33.3 millionThe Descent: $57 million Both horror films follow caving expeditions that go horribly wrong. They each debuted in August of 2005 and 2006.Box OfficeThe Wild: $102.3 millionMadagascar: $532.7 million The addition of the lovable, misguided penguins helped Madagascar soar at theaters. You may not even recall Disney's film which debuted nearly a year later. The Madagascar franchise has grossed over $2.2 billion worldwide and spawned a spin-off TV series.Box OfficeCapote: $49.2 millionInfamous: $2.6 million (only released in 179 theaters) Both films explore Truman Capote's life while researching the book In Cold Blood and his ensuing relationship with Perry Smith.Box OfficeThe Prestige: $109.7 millionThe Illusionist: $87.9 million Christian Bale and Hugh Jackman's film about the competition between two magicians narrowly edged out Edward Norton's about using magic solely for love at theaters.Box OfficeWorld Trade Center: $163 millionUnited 93: $76.3 million Flight 93 was a similar TV film to United 93 that also aired the same year.Box OfficeThe Black Dahlia: $49.3 millionHollywoodland: $16.8 million Josh Hartnett's film about the murder of Elizabeth Short did better in theaters than Ben Affleck's on the death of Superman actor George Reeves. for love at theaters.Box OfficeHappy Feet: $384.3 millionSurf's Up: $149 million Happy Feet did well enough in theaters to warrant a sequel in 2011.Box OfficePaul Blart: Mall Cop: $183.3 millionObserve and Report: $27 million Kevin James's take on a security cop fared much better than Seth Rogen's try at theaters. A sequel to the film was released in 2015 which didn't perform as well at theaters.Box Office2012: $769.7 millionKnowing: $183.6 million In 2012, we see the Earth crumble before our eyes alongside Jackson Curtis (John Cusack). Knowing sees John Koestler (Nicolas Cage) trying to prevent the end of the world from happening.Box OfficeThe Fighter: $129.2 millionWarrior: $23 million Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg starred in David O. Russell's film about boxer Micky Ward in December 2010. Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton played brothers less than a year later who sign up for a mixed martial arts tournament.Box OfficeFriends with Benefits: $149.5 millionNo Strings Attached: $147.8 million No Strings Attached was originally going to be called Friends With Benefits after its original working title F--- Buddies wasn't ever going to get cleared by the Motion Picture Association of America. However, Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis' film already had that title.Box OfficeSnow White and the Huntsman: $396.6 millionMirror, Mirror: $166.2 million Snow White and the Huntsman had the star power of Kristen Stewart coming off of the Twilight films, giving her film the advantage with the younger demographic. Mirror, Mirror depended too heavily on marketing the familiar face of Julia Roberts and not its younger stars Lily Collins and Armie Hammer.Box OfficeCaptain Phillips: $218 million A Hijacking: $60,180 Foreign language film A Hijacking showed a Danish cargo ship being hijacked. Captain Phillips, starring Tom Hanks, follows an American ship overrun by Somali pirates.Box OfficeOlympus Has Fallen: $161 millionWhite House Down: $205 million The big difference here is that Film District only paid an estimated $70 million for Gerard Butler's thriller, while Sony and Columbia Pictures launched the Tatum flick at an estimated cost of $150 million. Butler's film ended up being more cost effective in the end, warranting a sequel.Box OfficeJobs: $35.9 millionSteve Jobs: $34 million Ashton Kutcher's take on Steve Jobs was critically panned in 2013. Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet both earned Academy Award nominations for their roles in Danny Boyle's 2015 film. Neither film was a big box-office smash.Not only are the posters for both superhero films similar — the Civil War poster looks like a giant zoom in of the Batman v Superman one — but the marketing campaigns for both superhero showdowns feel remarkedly the same. Warner Bros.' has been using the hashtag #WhoWillWin to get fans to root for Batman or Superman while Marvel has been asking fans to align with #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan ahead of the film's May 6 release.Both films will have huge casts. Disney's The Jungle Book — out in April 2016 — will star Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley, and Christopher Walken. Warner Bros.' live-action adaptation, Jungle Book: Origins, will star the voice talents of Christian Bale, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett, and motion capture king Andy Serkis. This will kick off the start of several back-to-back live-action fairytale showdowns between the two studios. Both also plan to release Beauty and the Beast films.