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The film Titanic cost more than the real ship itself [Random Knowledge #40]
posted April 9 2013 20:42.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is the fact: The Titanic cost $7.5 millions to build it back in 1912... The movie cost $200 millions! Taking into account all that hocus-pocus economical staff like inflation and cost of life etc etc etc, the Titanic would cost about $175 millions to build it today (according to the US Department of Labor 19s Inflation tool). Others believe that it would take up to $400 millions, but its just a rough calculation. A "Titanic II" movie would be enough to overcome even this price!

The movie box office was $2,185,372,302...

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