What’s the economic impact of The Lord Of The Rings movie series? That’s a question explored in the newest video by Online MBA. The video explains that New Zealand, the place where the movies were made, experienced a 40 percent jump in tourism due to the series between 2000 and 2006. Book sales have totaled $2.25 billion. The movies series is the sixth highest grossing of all time, earning just over $4 billion.
Well, I shouldn’t give away the entire video. Here it is: