France’s Most Expensive, High Budget Movies

France’s film industry is one of the largest in the world and one of the most successful in Europe. France is the world’s third-largest film market in terms of attendance and revenue, with 215 million tickets sold in 2011. France’s films have a global audience and share rights to other languages. The domestic film business is massive, and receipts are rebounding well; ticket prices are greater in comparison to Indian ticket prices. The production costs of the films are similarly high, vying with Hollywood’s high-budget films. Asterix at the Olympic Games is now the most expensive film, with a production cost of 107 million dollars, and A Very Long Engagement is the least expensive.

The Ranking of France’s High Budget Films is the most recent update from several major sources on the Web. The production cost is stated in both US dollars and Euros.

RankMovie NameYearProduction Costs (US$)Production Costs (Euro)Poster
1Asterix at the Olympic Games2008107,000,00087,000,000Asterix Olympic Games Poster
2A Very Long Engagement200456,600,00045,900,000A Very Long Engagement Poster
3Asterix and Obelix vs Caesar199948,000,00039,300,000Asterix and Obelix vs Caesar Poster
4Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra200247,000,00038,500,000Asterix Obelix Mission Cleopatra Poster
5Crimson Rivers II: Angels of the Apocalypse200446,430,00038,000,000Crimson Rivers II Poster
6The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec201046,000,00037,700,000The Extraordinary Adventures Adele Blanc Sec Poster
7Les Dalton200442,000,00034,400,000Les Delton Film Poster
8Treasured Island200738,500,00031,500,000Treasured Island Poster
9The Tiger Brigades200638,000,00031,100,000The Tiger Brigades Poster
10Empire of the Wolves200537,120,00030,400,000Empire of theWolves Poster
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