That's all? I was expecting it to lose a lot more.
The film only cost $15m to make. The marketing can't have been much either honestly.
The game has surely recouped any possible losses Sony would've had - but Sony wouldn't have had losses since they just licensed the film.
It IS a weird disconnect seeing a hugely successful game tied into a horribly failed movie. Not that the movie is bad, it's passable for fans but not really much to write home about (essentially, the best game movie so far, as sad as that is) - but the overdeflated RT score will write this off as a failure either way.
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