WHAT IS THE BEST MEDIA INVESTMENT?

 

 

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Elizabeth Taylor on the lavish set for Cleopatra, Pharaoh queen of ancient Egypt

 

 

NOT A GOOD FINANCIAL INVESTMENT - The epic blockbuster, 1963 film starring Elizabeth Taylor, by 20th Century Fox, almost bankrupt the studio making it. Certainly not for Angels looking for a turn. But, when it come to art, and making something that will be remembered. That is another an entirely different matter. Investors often help out just because they are fond of the subject matter.

 

 

 

 

BARD: Would you invest in animation and gaming or live action film?

I would invest in both animation and gaming, as well as live action film. All three industries are growing, and each has its own unique strengths and opportunities.

Animation is a global industry that is worth billions of dollars. Animated films and TV shows are popular with audiences of all ages, and they can be enjoyed in a variety of languages. Animation is also a versatile medium that can be used to tell a wide range of stories, from comedies to dramas to action films.

Gaming is another huge global industry. Video games are enjoyed by people of all ages, and the industry is constantly innovating. New technologies, such as virtual reality and augmented reality, are creating new opportunities for gaming companies.

Live action film is a more established industry, but it is still growing. Live action films can be very profitable, especially if they are successful at the box office. Live action films also have the advantage of being able to tell more realistic stories than animation.

Overall, I believe that all three industries are good investment opportunities. The global entertainment industry is worth trillions of dollars, and all three of these industries are growing rapidly.

Here are some specific reasons why I would invest in each industry:

Animation:

- The global animation market is expected to reach $300 billion by 2025.
- Animated films and TV shows are popular with audiences of all ages and in all languages.
- Animation is a versatile medium that can be used to tell a wide range of stories.
- The rise of streaming services has created new opportunities for animated content.

Gaming:

- The global gaming market is expected to reach $321 billion by 2026.
- Video games are enjoyed by people of all ages and in all parts of the world.
- The gaming industry is constantly innovating, with new technologies creating new opportunities for gaming companies.
- The rise of mobile gaming has made gaming more accessible than ever before.

Live action film:

- The global live action film market is expected to reach $269 billion by 2026.
- Live action films can be very profitable, especially if they are successful at the box office.
- Live action films have the advantage of being able to tell more realistic stories than animation.
- The rise of streaming services has created new opportunities for live action content.

Ultimately, the best way to decide whether or not to invest in animation, gaming, or live action film is to do your own research and consult with a financial advisor.

 

 

 

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BING: Is an animation feature film cheaper to make than live action?

The answer to your question is not very simple or clear-cut. The cost of an animation feature film depends on various factors, such as the complexity, quality, and duration of the animation, the size and expertise of the production team, and the type and amount of visual effects involved. Similarly, the cost of a live-action feature film depends on factors such as the scale, location, and duration of the shooting, the number and caliber of the actors and crew members, and the type and amount of special effects required.

According to some web search results [1], live-action is generally more expensive than animation upfront due to logistics, transport, location rent, and other administrative tasks. Animation can be more time-consuming and require more technical skills. However, live-action can also have a higher return on investment if edited well and can convey more realistic emotions.

However, these are only generalizations that may not apply to every case. For example, some animation feature films can be very expensive due to the use of advanced computer-generated imagery (CGI) or motion capture technology. Some examples are Avatar [2], which cost $237 million to make [3], or The Lion King [4], which cost $260 million [5]. On the other hand, some live-action feature films can be relatively cheap due to the use of low-budget techniques or minimal special effects. Some examples are Paranormal Activity [6], which cost $15,000 to make, or The Blair Witch Project, which cost $60,000.

Therefore, the cost of an animation feature film vs a live-action feature film can vary widely depending on the specific project and its creative vision. The best way to determine which type of production is more suitable for your budget and goals is to talk to a qualified producer or director who can help you plan and execute your project. I hope this helps you understand the differences between animation and live-action better. ��

 

 

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Ultimately, nothing is ever a sure fire thing. It's a bit like investing in the stocks & shares markets. Except perhaps, that a screenplay may always be sold on. The copyright does not evaporate, in a corporate meltdown. An original concept can be polished time and again, with remake after remake. A legacy to pass down to your children, as tax free inheritance, rather than give it to your treasury, to blow on warmongering, or some such black hole.

 

 

 

 

Cleopatra The Mummy, as an investment opportunity for film Angels

 

 

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