Indiana Jones: The Dial of Fate Disney Loses $100 Million in Box Office Revenue, According to a New Report

According to a new report, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is expected to lose up to $100 million at the box office following a dismal performance.

The amount of money Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will lose at the box office is revealed by a recent report, which highlights the film's severe shortcomings. 

Under the direction of James Mangold, Harrison Ford reprises his role as the renowned archaeologist in what looks to be the last Indiana Jones movie. 

But since its release at the end of June, the movie has received conflicting reviews from critics and has had a difficult time breaking through at the box office.

As a result of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny's dismal box office performance, Variety now claims that Disney could lose up to $100 million on the movie during its theatrical run. 

The sequel made $375 million at the box office, which is a pretty bad result considering its $300 million budget and at least $100 million in marketing expenses.

The enormous budget of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is one of the main things against the movie.

Exaggerated by COVID-related production problems (which also impacted other successful movies like Fast X and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One), the movie required a huge hit to break even. 

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