What is the most expensive explosion sequence in a movie in the world?
Making movies with explosions is
known to be an expensive endeavor and with all the action-packed movies around
you may wonder which one had the most expensive explosion sequence.
The answer is Pearl Harbor released in 2001.
Remember at the end of the movie with the destruction of the six ships during
the bombing scene. Well, there you have the scene and the movie. Each one of
those ships measured 400 to 600 feet in length, it took 12 camera teams, the
explosion took one entire month to rig, required 700 sticks of dynamite, 2,000
feet of primer cord and 4,000 gallons of gasoline. The price tag was a whopping
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