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Apokalypsefilmen flops and can lose more than 100 million dollars

the Science-fiction film based on the best-selling romanserien with the same name, by author Philip Reeve, struggling in the cold and the headwind.

Behind the storsatsingen we find among others the creator of "the lord of the Rings" and "Hobbit"movies, Peter Jackson, who medprodusent. The film builds up a world unlike anything you have ever seen.

"Mortal Engines" had its premiere two weeks ago. The Independent writes that the film flops the world over, and risk a loss of at least 100 million dollars - the equivalent of over 900 million Norwegian kroner.

Dice 4

the Movie, which is directed by Christian Rivers, is based on the first four dommedagsbøkene by Philip Reeve. Despite the completely straightforward reviews, there are few that see the film, also in Norway.

Dagbladet reviewer is impressed by the visuals, but not the plot, and concludes with the roll of the dice 4.

A world beyond anything you have seen before

It was going to be one of the year's major filmsuksesser, could cost Universal Pictures expensive. The Independent suggests that the film company can lose up to 150 million dollars - more than 1.3 billion, if not visitor numbers take up sharply.

Incredibly weak,

Since its premiere two weeks ago, has only gone one way for the ticket sales, down. In the united STATES had the movie in åpningsuka a ticket on the 7, 5 million.

globally in the same period, the figure was 42,3 million dollars.

ISSUE: "Mortal Engines" is a lavish and spectacular film, but moviegoers fails. Photo: Filmweb Show more

It is regarded as extremely poor, not least for a film that has a budget of more than 110 million dollars, equivalent to one billion Norwegian kroner.

Cities on wheels

the Movie, and the books, is about a post-apocalyptic period a couple of thousand years ahead in time, where Europe - as we know the continent in the day - to-day are wiped out by weapons of mass destruction.

main Character is Hester Shaw, played by Hera Hilmar.

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Survivors live in mobile cities that moves as the tracked vehicles on wheels. Cities devouring each other. The worst rovbyen is London. Hester Shaw is looking for the man who murdered her mother.

"Mamma Mia" on the top

According to the Norwegian website Filmweb, is "Mortal Engines" on the 87. place when it comes to årsoversikten for 2018. To now have 19 833 moviegoers watched the movie in Norway. This is regarded as a low number for such a large filmsatsing.

year to Date is "Mama Mia - Here we go again" the most watched with 708 412 tickets sold.

On the next three places we find the Norwegian movies: "the Quake" (598 338), "The 12. man" (640 519) and "Månelyst in Pinchcliffe" (418 593). 5. place we find "Mission Impossible - Fallout" with 388 901 tickets sold

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