How insurers help make summer blockbuster movies magic

AI image of scene from Barbie/Oppenheimer crossover

Emma Ann Hughes examines how film production insurance has adapted to reflect the new risks associated with producing big summer blockbusters across several countries post-pandemic.

As summer blockbusters such as Barbie, Oppenheimer, and Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One dominate cinema screens, it is clear film studios trying to compete against a proliferation of

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