I know, right? Where does all the money go? Well, yes, you have 150-200 crew members all working 12 hours a day. If they are union and work longer hours, they can get into triple overtime rates. You have vehicle rental, fuel costs, office space rental, motel rooms and food every day for all those people. The cast, especially the “name” stars, gets a BIG chunk. Before the production you have to pay a crew to build the sets and also pay for all the materials. For indoor scenes you have to not only build the sets but pay to rent the sound stages. After the production you have to pay a crew to tear the sets down. In post production you have the editor, composer, musicians, sound editors, sound mixers, and studio time. And, back in the day of Tremors, you paid a laboratory to develop and print the film, and make copies of the film for editing, screening and, finally for hundreds of 35mm prints that used to go out to all the theaters. It adds up!!!
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