If you think you’ve seen Sleeping Beauty yet, you’re not alone.
The Sleeping Beauty fairy tale hit the big screen in 1989 with a $500 million budget and $1.5 billion in box office receipts, but its crown jewel is much more expensive than that.
According to a new report from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, Sleeping Beauty cost $2,722,743 in 2014 dollars to make and the final product is reportedly only $2.1 million.
That makes Sleeping Beauty the world’s priciest film ever.
The cost of making Sleeping Beauty in 2015 is expected to be roughly $3.8 million, but the final production will be approximately $9.6 million, according to the report.
To put that in perspective, the final box office haul for The Hunger Games franchise alone will top $5.7 billion.
While the final price tag for Sleeping Beauty is pretty astounding, it’s not all that shocking considering how much money it took to make it.
While a film like The Hunger Gospels cost $15 million to make, it took the film’s director and cast over 18 years to make that film.
The final product for Sleeping Gardens?
A mere $9 million.
This year, the film is also expected to make around $15 billion worldwide, according a report from Bloomberg.
That means that the final cost of Sleeping Beauty for the Disney-owned studio could be around $2 billion.
The real surprise here is how much more pricey Sleeping Beauty actually is.
In the words of one expert, it is a “living hell” for the people who made the film.
“It’s a living hell for all of the artists involved, all of their friends and all of everybody else who has invested in it.
It’s a pain,” the expert told Business Insider.
In a way, Sleeping is the perfect example of a film that doesn’t get made because of the financial costs.
Because Sleeping Beauty took so long to get made, it was never marketed as a movie at all.
When it was released, it didn’t get the same reception that other Hollywood blockbusters did, but it was always expected to.
After all, Sleeping isn’t just about Cinderella.
Sleeping Beauty has always been the subject of a lot of speculation.
For example, a book written by author Kate Beaton in 2015 argued that the book was a fake because it had the exact same title as a book from the 1930s, The Book of Sleeping Beauties.
The book itself was a satire on the Hollywood version of Sleeping Gardens, which was called Sleeping Beauty.
And a 2012 study conducted by the University of Toronto suggested that Sleeping Beauty was written to capitalize on the success of The Hunger games, which in turn would lead to a boom in the entertainment industry.
While Sleeping Beauty did receive some backlash, the movie itself received a lot more love than it did.
The film is so beloved that the Walt Disney Company even bought a copy of the book to give away to their fans, according The Hollywood Reporter.
This was in 2014.
As of 2017, Sleeping Gardens has received over 4 million copies.
In addition to its huge popularity, SleepingBeauty is also a hugely popular franchise.
The movie has sold over 3.4 million copies worldwide and is still going strong.
If you want to see Sleeping Beauty again, you’ll need to go to Disneyland Paris.
However, the company is planning to bring Sleeping Beauty to Disneyland in 2021.
So while it is unlikely that Sleeping Gardens will be in Disneyland in the near future, Disney is still planning on bringing Sleeping Beauty back.
That could be good news for SleepingBeauties fans.
“As we get closer to the end of the journey of The Sleeping Gardens movie, we’re excited to explore the potential of a Disney theme park that is not only based on the Sleeping Beauty story, but also a different and timeless story that’s about the power of love, the power to create dreams, and the power for dreams to become reality,” the company said in a statement.