Jurassic World hit theaters over the weekend, pulling in a record-setting $208.8 million in its US debut. That’s quite a bit of cash but apparently nowhere remotely close to what it’d cost to actually build a real-world version of the dinosaur theme park.
Fandango’s Movieclips channel recently set out to come up with a realistic figure. The production factors in costs for things like real estate, genetic scientists, animal caretakers, a paleontologist, cloning dinosaurs and more to come up with a colossal figure which doesn’t even include annual costs to keep the park running.
I won’t spoil it here but only 32 of the richest people on the planet would be able to fund the construction of Jurassic Park.
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