an aerial bomb containing high explosives and weighing from four to eight tons, used as a large-scale demolition bomb.
a motion picture, novel, etc., especially one lavishly produced, that has or is expected to have wide popular appeal or financial success.
something or someone that is forcefully or overwhelmingly impressive, effective, or influential: The campaign was a blockbuster.
a real-estate speculator who practices blockbusting.
Blockbuster, as applied to film, theatre, and sometimes also video games,
denotes a very popular or successful, usually big budget production.
Something, such as a film or book, that sustains widespread popularity and
achieves enormous sales. 2. A large, powerful bomb used especially in air raids
Aug 12, 2012 ... The term blockbuster used to describe a movie with a production budget of at
least $100 million. A typical studio movie has a production budget ...
A blockbuster is a Hollywood movie that's made with a large budget and big stars
. A true blockbuster is extremely popular and brings in a lot of money. Typically ...
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Hollywood is interested in one thing: a script with blockbuster potential. Why?
Because the revenue from films is now global. The typical hit film makes more ...
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