NEW YORK — Which movies are in the most trouble in the United States?
We have some answers.
The list of the 10 most expensive movies in the country is now out, and it’s no surprise to learn that most of them aren’t from New York.
It’s no wonder, then, that the 10 worst are all in Los Angeles, where the city’s theaters are not only packed but also have more of them.
The 10 most-expensive movies in L.A. were released in the same month that the nation was shaken by the horrific massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
The list of those films is below.
Here are the 10 movies that are in trouble the most in the nation.
New Line Cinema’s “The King’s Speech” (2016)The film, which grossed a solid $8.5 million on opening weekend, will be released in select theaters on Monday.
It is the second-most expensive film in the U.S. after “The Wolf of Wall Street” ($8.3 million).
That film is currently in theaters in a number of cities including Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Portland, San Diego and San Francisco.
NewLine Cinema’s Oscar-winning “La La Land” (2017)The movie, which earned an A CinemaScore and won three Oscars, is in limited release at select theaters.
It has grossed $7.3 billion worldwide and will be in theaters on Thursday, Feb. 26.
New Line Cinema, which has franchises in the Hollywood and New York area, is owned by Disney, Warner Bros., Disney Home Entertainment and Village Roadshow.