From Anthony D'Alessandro's "Amsterdam Stands To Lose Nearly $100 Million", posted this afternoon on Deadline: "Fully financed by New Regency, Amsterdam cost a reported $80M to produce, that being the pic’s most piercing nail in its coffin. What should have been an awards-season play with its originality was quickly sandbagged by critics at 34% on Rotten Tomatoes. Even by pre-pandemic standards, this 1930s-set comedy was expensive, so how did this come to be? Based on a projected global gross of $35M, an estimated $70M global P&A spend — which I’m told is the bare minimum for a big pic like this -- backstopped by Regency, Amsterdam after all home ancillaries will lose around $100M ($97M to be exact)."