With a 630 percent return on investment, Peele’s horror flick is the year’s biggest money-maker
The year is not yet done and Jordan Peele’s horror masterpiece “Get Out” has already been declared the most profitable movie of the year.
The movie, which is the highest-grossing original screenplay ever, had a 630 percent return on investment, according to TheWrap.
Peele was given a $4.5 million budget by Blumhouse production house to work with on “Get Out,” grossing $252 million worldwide. M. Night Shyamalan‘s “Split”, also produced by Blumhouse, had a 610 percent return on investments on a global haul of $277 million. It is the second-highest most profitable film of the year.
We look forward to seeing Peele's next project after inking a two-year deal with Universal Pictures.