Hollywood is known for its remarkable ability to convey all types of emotions, including realizing the dreams of the viewer. Whether you dream of winning a progressive jackpot, big on sports betting or the lottery, there are quite a few films based on the lucky ones.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

The director of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was one of the cleverest the film is excellent for children viewing as it tells the tale of a lucky boy. Parents watch such movies with their children and the golden ticket inspire dreams of winning cash.

Winning means placing a few sports bets to support your team, registering and playing at an online casino or purchasing a lottery ticket. The whole concept is that everyone has a golden chance to win.

At the same time the film shows how someone who can hardly afford anything gets the ticket, it opens up an opportunity, and it is a dream come true. For Warner Brothers, the film is the golden ticket as it collected over $475 million from movie fans around the globe.

Live is Sweeter Than Ever Before

What can be better than enjoying a film starring Johnny Depp in the leading role, he is brilliant and always make the character feel real. Apart from superstar Depp other actors include David Kelly, James Fox, Noah Taylor, Freddie Highmore and Helena Bonham.

The tale is about little Charlie; his dream is to enjoy the sweet taste of chocolate, something entirely out of rich due to his poor parents. His dreams come true when he finds a golden ticket. The ticket gives him a tour of a lifetime inside the chocolate factory of none other than Willy Wonka.

Winnings Awarded by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Johnny Depp wins massive amounts of cash every time he agrees to take the lead role. In 2017 his spending’s per month came to $2 million of which $30,000 was spend on wine. He enjoys a lavish lifestyle, and he paid just over $75 million for 14 houses on islands in the Bahamas. When Hunter Thompson died, he paid $3 million for the cannon to blast the ashes into the air.

When you take all the spending into account, you have to also look at how many times Johnny Depp did win the jackpot. In 1987 to 1990 he won big when he landed a part in 21 Jump Street, he became a teen idol, and it was the start of great riches.

Edward Scissorhands places Depp in a modern-day fantasy and at the same time turns his life into a fairytale. 1984 he wins another jackpot with A Nightmare on Elm Street, in 1986 with Platoon, 1990 it is Cry-Baby and in 1993, What is Eating Gilbert Grape.

In 1997 he starred in Donnie Brasco, from 2003 up to 2011 it is Pirates of the Caribbean that keeps him going. In 2007 he earned an Oscar for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.