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Jurassic Park Real-World Costs Determined by Fandango Movieclips (Video)
Jurassic Park, the feature film, cost around $63 million in 1993 to make. But thanks to some number crunching by the people at Fandango Movieclips, we now have a rough idea of how much money we would need to make a Jurassic Park in the real world – $23 billion. And they’ve shown their work in reaching that figure in a new video recently released online.
Assuming that genetic reconstruction of extinct dinosaur species is possible, the rest of that $23 billion goes to stuff like private islands to house the dinosaurs, construction, staff, research and development, and other expected expenses. I would imagine the insurance premiums alone would also be pretty expensive.
You can watch How Much Would it Cost to Build Jurassic Park? below. And if there are any eccentric billionaires out there reading this – you know what you have to do (also, a good Groupon deal would be appreciated).
Here’s the video: