Investing In High Yield Movies

Global box office for all films released in each country around the world reached $32.6 billion in 2011, up 3% over 2010’s total, due entirely to the increase in international box office ($22.4 billion). Each international region experienced growth in 2011. Chinese box office grew by 35% in 2011 to become the 2nd largest International market behind Japan, experiencing by far the largest growth in major markets.

This is your opportunity to participate in an explosive high growth high reward market.

Why Invest in a Movie?

A movie is the best investment one can make for the up-side potential vs. the risk. They’re better than real estate, blue chip stocks, gold, silver, precious stones, income-producing rental properties, futures, treasuries, international currencies . . . better than anything, with the possible exception of investing in your own education and spiritual enlightenment.

There simply is no business with manufacturing capital entry requirements as low as motion pictures where the potential return can be as unlimited over the short, medium and long terms. For instance, a movie such as HALLOWEEN, costing as little as $320,000 to produce, earned $75,000,000 and it does not stop earning money – for a lifetime. RETURN OF THE SECACUS 7 cost only $60,000 and grossed $2,500,000. BENJI cost $550,000 and grossed $45,000,000; NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD cost $114,000 and grossed $40,000,000, GRIZZLY cost $700,000 and grossed $31,000,000, DAWN OF THE DEAD cost $700,000 and grossed $55,000,000 and BLAIR WITCH PROJECT costs $5,000 and grossed over $150,000,000. And just when we thought nothing could top BLAIR WITCH, along comes MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING which was produced for about $1.5 million as an independent film (turned down by all the studios for financing I might add) and it has so far generated over $200,000,000 and it hasn’t even hit home video or foreign yet. There are thousands of other examples where the return was at least three times anything done by securities listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the S&P 500 or the NASDAQ.

 High Yield Movie Investments: How to Profit in the Film & Movie Industry

A practical guide to profiting from the high yield motion picture industry earn attractive potentially tax exempt income

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Most Profitable Movies

This chart is based on Return On Investment (ROI)

RELEASED
MOVIE
BUDGET
WORLDWIDE GROSS
PERCENTAGE RETURN
1 2009 Paranormal Activity
$15,000
$196,681,656
655,505%
2 1980 Mad Max
$200,000
$99,750,000
24,837%
3 2004 Super Size Me
$65,000
$29,529,368
22,614%
4 1999 The Blair Witch Project
$600,000
$248,300,000
20,591%
5 1993 El Mariachi
$7,000
$2,041,928
14,485%
6 1968 Night of the Living Dead
$114,000
$30,000,000
13,058%
7 1976 Rocky
$1,000,000
$225,000,000
11,150%
8 1978 Halloween
$325,000
$70,000,000
10,669%
9 1973 American Graffiti
$777,000
$140,000,000
8,909%
10 1994 Clerks
$27,000
$3,894,240
7,111%
11 2007 Once
$150,000
$18,997,174
6,232%
12 1969 The Stewardesses
$200,000
$25,000,000
6,150%
13 2004 Napoleon Dynamite
$400,000
$46,140,956
5,667%
14 2004 Open Water
$500,000
$52,116,982
5,411%
15 1980 Friday the 13th
$550,000
$59,754,601
5,332%
16 1939 Gone with the Wind
$3,900,000
$390,525,192
4,906%
17 1915 The Birth of a Nation
$110,000
$11,000,000
4,900%
18 1925 The Big Parade
$245,000
$22,000,000
4,389%
19 2004 Saw
$1,200,000
$103,096,345
4,195%
20 2004 Primer
$7,000
$565,846
3,941%

Note: The percentage return figures are estimations. They are based on the assumption that 50% of the box office receipts were returned to the studio, by the cinemas. These figures are based on cinema ticket sales only. They do not include earnings from other revenue sources such as DVDs, video, VOD, TV licencing etc.

source: www.the-numbers.com