The Quick 10: The 10 Most Expensive Movies Ever

We're getting into summer blockbuster season - Hancock, The Incredible Hulk, WALL-E, Get Smart (which I am so excited for), The Love Guru, The Dark Knight - there are definitely a lot of options. But none of them even come close to making the top 10 priciest movies list. This list does consider inflation.

The 10 Most Expensive Movies Ever

1. War and Peace - 1968 - $560,000,000
2. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - 2007 - $300,000,000
3. Cleopatra - 1963 - $295,000,000
4. Spider-Man 3 - 2007 - $258,000,000
5. Titanic - 1997 - $247,000,000
6. Waterworld - 1995 - $238,089,566.93
7. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines - 2003 - $216,400,000
8. X-Men: The Last Stand - 2006 - $210,000,000
9. Spider-Man 2 - 2004 - $210,000,000
10. Superman Returns - 2006 - $209,000,000

If you ignore inflation, though, you'd drop War and Peace, Cleopatra, Waterworld, T3 and X-Men 3. Then add in Quantum of Solace, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, King Kong (2005), Iron Man and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

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Mister Rogers Is Now a Funko Pop! and It’s Such a Good Feeling, a Very Good Feeling

It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood for fans of Mister Rogers, as Funko has announced that, just in time for the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, the kindest soul to ever grace a television screen will be honored with a series of Funko toys, some of them limited-edition versions.

The news broke at the New York Toy Fair, where the pop culture-loving toy company revealed a new Pop Funko! in Fred Rogers’s likeness—he’ll be holding onto the Neighborhood Trolley—plus a Mister Rogers Pop! keychain and a SuperCute Plush.

In addition to the standard Pop! figurine, there will also be a Funko Shop exclusive version, in which everyone’s favorite neighbor will be wearing a special blue sweater. Barnes & Noble will also carry its own special edition, which will see Fred wearing a red cardigan and holding a King Friday puppet instead of the Neighborhood Trolley.


Barnes & Noble's special edition Mister Rogers Funko Pop!

Mister Rogers’s seemingly endless supply of colored cardigans was an integral part of the show, and a sweet tribute to his mom (who knitted all of them). But don’t go running out to snatch up the whole collection just yet; Funko won’t release these sure-to-sell-out items until June 1, but you can pre-order your Pop! on Amazon right now.


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