The Cost of Recreating The Great Gatsby
Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of the classic literature The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald cost $105 million to make. The book and film takes place in Long Island in the midst of the sustained economic prosperity called the roaring ’20s – a decade associated with alcohol, grandiose parties, luxurious cars and spectacular mansion. Ever wonder what were the costs of living in the 1920s? The cost of recreating The Great Gatsby is not cheap. The graphic below compare the price of the dress, shoes, jewelry and automobiles during that era and in today’s currency. See also Recreating Iconic Movie Road Trips and Cinema’s Biggest Movie Sets.