View Poll Results: What should be the production budget for a motu movie?

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  • $50 million

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  • $70 million

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  • $100 million

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  • $150 million

    11 44.00%
  • $200 million

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  • $220 million

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Thread: What should be the production budget for a motu movie?

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    Argenternian heavy-eternium's Avatar
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    What should be the production budget for a motu movie?

    What should be the production budget commensurate with the grandeur of the motu concept ?(not forgetting it must be profitable)

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    hell, I'm wrong, I vote 200 but I wanted to put 150.
    I think that's a good budget for the movie, this is important but not exorbitant.
    thor cost 150 and that budget was in line with the quality of the THOR concept and it was profitable
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    As much as they spent on Avatar
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    I'd vote on the middle of the line! I want both profit and budget are balanced on each others, if they overspend it we might not have any sequel or the studio will lose interest of the franchise!
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    5 billion dollars

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    Quote Originally Posted by EldestSon View Post
    5 billion dollars
    I think this would not be profitable
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    As low as they can possibly make it without having to compromise on style. I don’t want Sony to overspend ridiculously. We just saw what happened with WB and Green Lantern. I would say between 120 and 150 maximum.

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    I think I read that 300 costed just 80 million. With a poor budget but good taste, producers can make wonderful movies
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