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How much a movie makes doesn’t matter.

“As of August 14, 2016, Ghostbusters has grossed $121.7 million in North America and $72.2 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $193.9 million.[2] Due to a production budget of $144 million, as well as a large amount spent on marketing, the studio has stated that the film will need to gross at least $300 million to break even.[59] Before the release, director Paul Feig stated “A movie like this has to at least get to like $500 million worldwide, and that’s probably low.”[60]

In other words, if my daughter opens a lemonade stand and each cup costs her $1.26 to make you can’t claim how successful she is for selling cups for $1.00 when the kids down the street are selling them for only $.50.

Get real.