Why do movies cost so much to make? - Deepstash
Movies and Parkinson's Law

The cost to make a movie has little or no correlation to its profitability.

Movies cost so much because of the financial concept known as Parkinson's Law, which means film budgets will ...

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Why do movies cost so much to make?

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During the mid-2000s economic boom, Wall Street hedge funds partnered with investment banks to push $15 billion into Hollywood films. A new payment structure gave outside investors a slice of a fil...

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