Thanks to ‘Jurassic World’, ‘Fast & Furious 7’, ‘Minions’, and ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, Universal Pictures is enjoying a year of unrivalled success at the box office, however two new releases from the studio have massively upset the apple cart. Both ‘Jem and the Holograms’ and ‘Steve Jobs’ have flopped so hard the studio has taken the unprecedented decision to pull them both from movie theatres across America just weeks after they were released. ‘Jem and the Holograms’, a live action reboot of the hit 1980s cartoon, has been withdrawn from cinemas after taking just $2.1m since October 23. - New Steve Jobs Movie Beat By Ashton Kutcher - Why DiCaprio Has Never Won An Oscar - Spectre Opening Scene Cheat Jeff Bock, senior box-office analyst at Exhibitor Relations, explained to Business Insider Monday why this move was so surprising. “Theater chains are contractually obligated to hold a film for two weeks after booking it.