Fifty Shades of Grey. According to The Numbers (n.d.), the first installment grossed a total of about $571 million in North America and the other fifty-nine territories. The budget was $40 million. Fifty Shades of Grey became Universal's highest grossing R-rated international release (Lang, 2015) with the twelfth biggest worldwide box office champion. It also became the sixth R-rated film ever in history to cross the half-billion-dollar mark (Mendelson, 2015).
The thriller film turned into the first to break the $100 million target at the U.S. film industry, toppling records set by "The Exorcist" and "The Godfather". Towards the end of its first week, "Jaws" had just recovered a lot of its production budget, and Hollywood studios and movie producers observed. Taking the movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel as another case of director's
He helped supplement the money he made rapping with profits from his own record label, Aftermath, the successful Beats headphones line, an an HP laptop line. Number One: One Of The Richest Rappers Ever, Diddy A surprise to many, Diddy is the richest rapper of all time. While he may not be best known for his rapping anymore, Diddy has created quite the lucrative empire. His $750 million net worth is made up of profits off of his successful rapping career in the late 90s, several acting jobs, clothing lines, and restaurants. It looks like it pays pretty well to be a rapper these days.
The 617.78 point loss was the Dow's worst one-day drop ever… until October 9, 2002, when it closed at 7,286.27, a 37.8% decline from its peak… until the Dow hit a higher low on March 11, 2003, closing at 7,524.06. Unemployment continued to climb until June 2003, when it reached 6% -- the peak for that recession” (How the 9/11 Attacks Still Affect the Economy Today). Additionally,the hijacked two airplane companies, American Airlines, and United Airlines were disastrous. Both companies tumbled about 40 percent after the closure of stock market. American Airlines stock move downward
Home of the Brave is a 2006 drama directed by Irwin Winkler (b. 1931). Financially, like most Iraq war films produced while the war is still raging (Eberwein, p. 134), it is considered a flop as it only earned $499,620 out of an initial budget of $12 million (Box Office). It features a mixed acting crew of (known / unknown) actors. Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Biel are cast in lead roles, and they eclipse most of the other performers.
For years, movie adaptations had been in the works, but due to legal or interest complications, the plans never came to fruition. Following the success of Chicago, the project was finally greenlighted and headed by director Bill Condon. Released in December 2006, the film has been the most expensive film with an all black cast. The film came to critical acclaim, winning a Golden Globe and 2 Academy Awards. In contrast to previous all black musical Porgy and Bess, Dreamgirls was a success from start to finish.
Stock Market Failure- Tyler The day the stock markets failed or Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929 In fact, it was one of the major causes that led to the Great Depression. Two months after the original crash in October, stockholders had lost more than $40 billion dollars. Even though the stock market began to regain some of its losses, by the end of 1930, it just was not enough and America truly entered what is called the Great Depression. Coming out of World War I, America was high-rolling. With new products, the automobile, washing machine, and the vacuum and many more.
With these degrees of exclusion, we 're all losers. Social cohesion is weakened, and conflict situations are created, generating violence and sick societies. More than nine million children die each year before their fifth birthday. Between 33% and 50% due to malnutrition. The cause of death is usually diarrhea, but behind it is acute deficits of necessary micronutrients.
In 1929, the U.S. was hit with the worst economic crisis in the history of the country, the Great Depression. The Great Depression left millions of people unemployed and cost millions their life's savings. The Depression lasted for ten long years for the American people. Since the Great Depression ended, people have studied it, trying to figure out what happened that started it all. The problem was, in fact, the poor economic habits of the people at the time, such as speculation, income maldistribution, and overproduction.
In the beginning of the early 1990’s Porsche faced a severe problem. After orders decreased to 30% from 1986 to 1993 the company was on the verge of bankruptcy. The loss of almost 240 Mio. DM was so far the biggest in the company’s history. Porsche’s day as an independent luxury car company seemed to be over.
Bank failures began and spread rapidly, fourteen thousand business failed by the end of the year, and the next four years were spent in the worst depression ever seen. The government struggled to cope under the crisis, and opposition to the gold standard began. Federal and state governments were unable to alleviate the effects of the depression on its people, and unrest throughout the nation began. Unemployment climbed to 20 percent and thousands of strikes occurred in the duration of the depression. The depression ended in 1897, and the government had the help of investors to help bail the country out of the severe