June 22, 2017

Most Expensive Movies Of All Time

The movie is the best Entertainment after music. This can be seen by the increasing number of spectators in the cinema every year. In fact, the film industry continues to create creative films that can be imprinted in the hearts of the audience. Not only adopting from the best selling books, sometimes the movie takes the biography of a famous character. In the hope of getting a large audience, some films are made at enormous expense and can even buy an island. Here are some movies that have very expensive production costs:

1. Titanic
Manufacturing cost: $294.3 million USD
Titanic is an epic film, romance, and disaster of the United States production of 1997 which was filmed as well as directed by James Cameron.
The film tells the story of a love affair between Jack and Rose (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet) derived from a different social status on board the RMS Titanic which sank on its maiden voyage on April 15, 1912. The film was able to gain much appreciation from the audience. Not only get the number of spectators tens of millions but this film also gets 7 Oscar award.

2. Cleopatra
Manufacture cost: $339.5 million USD
Cleopatra is a 1963 United States film directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Although made in 1963, this film cost an enormous amount of US $ 339.5 million. Despite the high cost, Cleopatra could not get a large audience.

3. Pirates of The Caribbean: The World’s End
Manufacturing cost: $341.8 million USD
The first rank is occupied by the sequel movie Pirates of The Caribbean, The World’s End. The third film of the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy was directed by Gore Verbinski who also became a director in two previous films. The film was released on May 25, 2007, and costs $ 341.8 million US.

Steven D Lawson

Steven D Lawson