France’s Most Expensive, High Budget Movies
The Film Industry of France is One of the Largest in the World, and most successful film industry in Europe. France is the 3rd Largest Film market in the world in the terms of admissions and Revenues, 215 million tickets sold in the year of 2011. The Films of France has wide Audience in the World and shares rights to other languages. The Domestic market for films huge and collections recovering well domestically, the ticket value higher compared to Indian ticket costs. The Production Cost of the Movies also High that competing with the Hollywood’s High Budget Movies. Presently Asterix at the Olympic Games is the Expensive Film with Production cost of 107 million dollars, and A Very Long Engagement, Asterix and Obelix vs Caesar are the Second and Third High Budget Movies. France has a huge market in Europe for their movies, the French movies also dubbing to other major language versions.
The Ranking of the High Budget films of France is the recent update from the different notable sources on the Web. The Production Cost mentioned in US Dollars and Euro.
|Rank||Movie Name||Year||Production Costs (US$)||Production Costs (Euro)||Poster|
|1||Asterix at the Olympic Games||2008||107,000,000||87,000,000|
|2||A Very Long Engagement||2004||56,600,000||45,900,000|
|3||Asterix and Obelix vs Caesar||1999||48,000,000||39,300,000|
|4||Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra||2002||47,000,000||38,500,000|
|5||Crimson Rivers II: Angels of the Apocalypse||2004||46,430,000||38,000,000|
|6||The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec||2010||46,000,000||37,700,000|
|9||The Tiger Brigades||2006||38,000,000||31,100,000|
|10||Empire of the Wolves||2005||37,120,000||30,400,000|