Blind Item (20/05/2016)
We’ve received a few emails recently over a blind item we posted and soon revealed. Apparently people do not believe a B-list actress’ career truly flopped because a big budgeted movie she starred in made money internationally. First, the budget does not include marketing costs which, for a movie such as this, are always in the high 8 figures. Second, studios only take about 50% of the gross domestically. Third, most international rights are sold before filming to help ease the costs of production. Fourth, a blockbuster movie needs to make at least double its budget domestically alone to be consider a success. That is why the movie flopped and they will not be making more.