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Trivia: Cyborg
  • Sleeper Hit: The budget was of roughly $500,000. The gross revenue was $29,866,459. Even if one takes in account the two million dollars spent on Prop Recycling, those are healthy numbers.
  • Troubled Production: And how!

    Back on the early and late 80's, Cannon Films was planning on making both a Spider-Man film and a sequel to Masters of the Universe. Albert Pyun was at the helm of both projects, with plans of filming them back to back. However, after more than a dozen re-writes and an investment of two million in pre-production and very early production, Cannon Films began to lose money fast. It eventually lost the rights for both franchises.

    Wanting to recuperate some of the money and time invested, Albert Pyun was tasked to come with a project that could use the production assets like sets and costumes of both failed projects. Pyun came up with the story in a weekend. $500,000 dollars and 24 days of frenetic shooting and editing later, Cyborg was released.
  • What Could Have Been: The script was written with the idea of Chuck Norris playing the lead, but co-producer Menahem Golan cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead for still unknown reasons.

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