The adventure movie cost more than $215m (£139m) to make, but has so far made just $176m (£114m) worldwide.
We look back at some of the biggest Hollywood stars and their even bigger blockbuster flops - from George Clooney's Dark Knight disaster Batman & Robin to Will Smith and son Jaden's After Earth bomb below.
Will Smith - After Earth
Will Smith's science fiction drama After Earth - released earlier this year - was directed by M Night Shyamalan. It achieved sales of $26.5 million (£17.1 million) upon its release, falling well below the $40m (£25.8 million) predicted by studio Sony. The blockbuster flop, which also starred Smith's son Jaden, was made for an estimated $130 million (£83.9 million).
George Clooney - Batman & Robin
George Clooney's Batman & Robin sank the Batman franchise without trace until Christian Bale was cast as the Caped Crusader in 2005. It made an estimated $110 million (£71 million) and cost around $125 million (£80.6 million) to make. Even Clooney recently admitted that the movie was "really s**t". Especially the nipple-clad Batman suit.
Johnny Depp - The Rum Diary
Johnny Depp plays a US journalist who reports for a Puerto Rico newspaper during the 1960s in this adaptation of Hunter S Thompson's novel directed by Bruce Robinson. It was made on a budget of around $45 million (£29 million), but took in just $4.6 million (£3 million) during its opening weekend. Depp recently revealed that he "couldn't give a rat's arse" about the film's lack of success.
Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford - Cowboys & Aliens
Cowboys Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford team up against aliens following an invasion in the Old West in Jon Favreau's big-budget movie, which was adapted from a graphic novel of the same title. Despite the cast, it bombed at the box office and made an estimated loss of $75 million (£48.4 million) upon its release in 2011. And it prompted Craig to reveal he that he believes that aliens exist.
Kevin Costner - The Postman
Kevin Costner plays a drifter posing as a postman delivering mail in a post-apocalyptic America in this flop, based on the novel by David Brin. It made just $17.61 million (£11.4 million), and had a budget of $80 million (£51.6 million).
Halle Berry - Catwoman
Halle Berry was awarded a Razzie for her role as Patience Phillips and Catwoman in the critically-panned 2004 flop. It was made on a budget in excess of $100 million (£64.5 million), but only pulled in an estimated $81 million (£52.3 million). Despite this, Berry described it as a "wonderful experience" and "one of the highlights" of her Academy award-winning career to date.
Eddie Murphy - Pluto Nash
Eddie Murphy's sci-fi comedy about a man who struggles to keep his lunar nightclub out of the hands of the mafia cost over $100 million to make, but took in a paltry $7 million (£4.5 million) at the box office worldwide.
Ryan Reynolds - Green Lantern
While not a complete flop, Ryan Reynolds' critically savaged blockbuster Green Lantern, based on the DC comic, made a profit of just $19 million (£12.3 million) upon its release in 2011. Watch the movie's flaws picked out here.
Danny Dyer - Run for Your Wife
We jest! But Dyer's Run For Your Wife, co-starring Sarah Harding and Denise Van Outen, made just £602 ($933) at the UK box office over its opening weekend and was panned by critics.