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Bell Curve

1
5%

You can't even convince anyone to give you 50 cents for a pack of gum. Good luck getting your "zombie Western" made.

2
25%

You managed to get a low-budget science fiction movie financed, but you couldn't land a name actor. Your actors do, in fact, have names, but none that anyone finds interesting.

3
50%

You financed a film that has gained a little interest. If you can convince an actor that people have actually heard of to be in it, it might get picked up.

4
75%

Two of a Kind, your buddy cop movie, just turned a profit in Poland! Now maybe you can get your investors to stop toilet papering your house.

5
95%

You just had to fire Adam Sandler from your new movie but that's okay. The new actor's not bad, and advance buzz guarantees that this thing will make $200 million easy. Now, where to buy that third house….

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