'Black Panther 2' and the most expensive costume movies

‘Black Panther 2’ and the most expensive costume movies

Movies like ‘Black Panther 2’ stand out for their sumptuous and expensive costumes that give the residents of Wakanda a lot of identity. What other movies have spent millions of dollars on production designs? Here we tell you.

A movie wouldn’t be complete without a costume that fits the time, culture, and personality of the characters. Clothing, makeup and hairstyle are one of the most important elements in making a movie.that takes us to another time and place in history. Barry LyndonBen Hur and Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope In addition to the Oscar for Best Costume Design Black Panther in 2018

first installment Black Panther Not only has it been hailed as one of the best stories in the MCU starring Chadwick Boseman, Recognized in numerous categories of Oscars for production design, original music and song, as well as sound editing and mixing. His successor was no exception and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever It stood out for its incredible re-creation of Mayan culture.

The film, which ends phase 4 of Marvel, is once again clear on the road to the Oscars with a budget of 250 million, 50 more than the previous one, but there are strong contenders. Elvis Baz Luhrmann and Blonde by Andrew Dominick. We’ve seen gorgeous costumes in productions over the years, but can you imagine how much they cost? Check out the list below to see some of the movies with the most iconic and expensive outfits.

‘Mad millionaires’


Warner Bros Pictures

crazy millionairesStarring Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh, and Henry Golding, the production design was praised, especially for its costumes. A large part of the budget was spent on clothes and especially jewelry, which cost about 3 million dollars. Besides needing private security.

“cleopatra”


20th Century Studios

Elizabeth Taylor was mythologized by imitation. CleopatraAncient Egyptian ruler. The wig Taylor wore was made of human hair and gold beads. With a budget of $31 million, it was one of the most expensive films in the house he produced.

‘Seventh year itch’


20th Century Studios

We’ve all seen the famous photo of Marilyn Monroe hoisting her white dress on the drain. For those who don’t know, this image is an excerpt from the movie. seventh year itch by Billy Wilder. The dress is so iconic that it sold at auction for $5.6 million.

‘Black Panther’


Marvel Studios

Ryan Coogler’s film, which also won many awards, stands out among all Marvel Studios films with its wonderful costumes, make-up and hairstyle. Clothing inspired by the African Zulu tribe included unique pieces by designers such as: Fashion houses like Alexander McQueen and Burberry and Balmain.

‘The sound of music’


20th Century Studios

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer starred in one of the most memorable films in cinema history. novice rebel A drama set during the Nazi occupation in World War II. The costume Andrews used in the “Do-Re-Mi” scene was sold at auction for 1 million 560 thousand dollars. nine years ago.

‘The Wizard of Oz’


Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Accompanied by the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion, Dorothy (Judy Garland) arrives in the Emerald City in ruby ​​shoes to seek help from the Wizard of Oz. At that time, a pair of sneakers was only $300 to produce. but now they have a value of 690 thousand dollars.

“Sex and the City 2”


Warner Bros Pictures

Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) and her friends are the meaning of fashion. The second movie in the HBO series, Sex and the City 2, he dedicated two million dollars to the heroes’ locker rooms, she spends about 50k on her karaoke stage outfits alone.

‘Devil Wears Prada’


20th Century Studios

Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep) is a character heavily inspired by the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour. demand in the United States for over thirty years. Inside Devil Wears Pradaboth Miranda and Andrea (Anne Hathaway) They carry bags worth $12,000, coats worth $40,000, costumes costing $1 million.

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