Making a film or TV show looks impossibly glamourous to those of us on the outside looking in. But this process comes with delays, complications and risks, just like any other project. So how does a production ever move forward? It’s often up to insurance companies to keep things going, covering everything from injured knees to digital animation costs to set delays. Let’s take a look at some of the numbers and learn more about the real star behind the scenes.

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