Maybe Gerard Butler should set up a Boys Night with Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon Levitt. Of course, that's assuming the Sexiest Men Alive don't have anything better to do than hang out with Gerard "I-think-I-remember-him-being-hot-in-'300'?" Butler. Still, while Tatum and Levitt both had box office flops in 2012 -- "Haywire" and "Premium Rush," to be exact -- theater-goers couldn't stop throwing money at "The Dark Knight Rises," "The Vow," "Magic Mike" and "Lincoln." Meanwhile, Butler wiped out in "Chasing Mavericks" and following it's horrible opening weekend, no one is "Playing for Keeps" as far as he's concerned. But, anyway, 2012 is rapidly coming to an end and while all the Top lists are fun, we here at Zap2it like to take some time to honor those entertainment offerings that didn't exactly set the past 12 months on fire. Thus, the 25 Box Office Bombs. Here are the rules: 1) Only movies that screened 2,000 theaters plus qualify. Go ahead, "Atlas Shrugged: Part II," "Seven Psychopaths" and "A Thousand Words." Breathe that sigh of relief. 2) Only pre-Thanksgiving releases qualify. Brill Bundy, Zap2it Related: 2011's Box Office Bombs 2010's Box Office Bombs 2009's Box Office Bombs
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