Seven weeks after it opened, "Gods and Generals" has grossed $12.8 million, a fraction of what the movie cost.
The Civil War epic filmed largely in Washington County debuted Feb. 21 in 1,500 theaters nationwide, according to Box Office Mojo, which tracks movie turnout.
As of Tuesday, it was still showing in 19 theaters, none of them in the Tri-State area.
Ted Turner Pictures spent nearly $90 million making and promoting the movie that has grossed $12.8 million so far.
As a comparison, "Anger Management" starring Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler made $42 million when it opened last weekend, according to Box Office Mojo.
Associate producer and local historian Dennis Frye said moviemakers are counting on sales of the movie soundtrack, book and DVDs to make more money.