The universe created by JK Rowling Even though you are one of the most well-known and profitable franchises in the world, sometimes that doesn’t prevent some hiccups. Indeed, even if the most magical saga of all time has had a colossal success in the cinema, however, there are big differences in results between the eight opus. For example one of the movies Harry Potter caused Warner to lose a lot of money the day it was released. A finding that is difficult to understand when we know that this feature film still ranks among the most lucrative opus of the year 2007 (just behind Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End). And yet, the studios lost nearly $200 million in investment on this part alone.
Despite everything, it is not he who is considered the least profitable film of the saga! There is indeed a movie Harry Potter making Warner even less money. This is’Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third part. And for good reason, according to the site The numbers, the latter is said to have made just $789 million at the worldwide box office when it was released in 2004. About $500 million less than part two from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, released in 2011, raising $1.3 billion. A puzzling finding as this feature film, inspired by the third installment of the saga, is today regarded by fans as one of the best films in the franchise. Or just the opposite of this part considered the worst of the saga Harry Potter by the Potterheads.