Investing more than $37.5 million in British Columbia, Paramount's 'Sonic the Hedgehog' spent over $15.5 million on production-related goods and services; supporting hundreds of community businesses across the province. In just 53 days of filming, this live-action adventure comedy spent more than $22 million on B.C. labour and created over 1,450 jobs for local cast and crew.
Paramount Pictures' PLAYING WITH FIRE sparked over $19.5 million in production spending in the province of BC, boosting the local economy, and creating jobs for more than 630 local cast and crew. The production also benefited community businesses with over $7.5 million in spending on BC goods and services.
In just two seasons of production, Star Trek: Discovery boosted Ontario's economy with over $257 million in spending, and created jobs for over 4,199 local crew and other labour. Each season of production also supported well over 100 community businesses through the purchase of production-related goods and services.
Warner Bros. Entertainment’s IT Chapter Two scared up a hair-raising $56.4 million for Ontario’s economy. In just 86 days of shooting, the production hired over 1,800 Ontario cast and crew and spent more than $30 million on local payroll and labour alone.
The follow up to the massive worldwide box office hit IT , supported over 500 Ontario-based businesses from more than 80 communities across the province and spent over $25.9 million on the purchase of local goods and services.