Interesting Stats About Fictional Worlds

A list of interesting stats on "fictional worlds" includes...

June 13, 2019

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We rarely stop to think about the reality behind our fiction, but if we applied real-world standards to the land of make believe, we'd come up with some pretty interesting stats...

1.  Forrest Gump ran a total of 15,248 miles.

2.  Jack Bauer killed 309 people during his time on "24".  That comes out to one kill every 40 MINUTES.

3.  Recreating "The Lego Movie" with real Lego pieces would require more than 15 million blocks.  A tower made with that many would be 90 miles high.

4.  MICHAEL KEATON's Batman killed 20 people whis is three more than Jeffrey Dahmer.

5.  The amount of damage done to Manhattan in the original "Avengers" has been estimated at $160 billion which is more than 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, or the 2011 tsunami in Japan.

6.  If you owned 101 Dalmatians, you'd be cleaning up 76 pounds of poop EVERY DAY.

7.  In the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, Frodo and Sam walk 1,779 miles from Hobbiton to Mt. Doom.  That's a little more than the distance from Chicago to L.A.

8.  The main cast of "Seinfeld" dated 212 people over the course of the series.  Jerry had the most, with 73, followed by George (62), Elaine (50), and Kramer (27).

9.  A website called WhatCulture.com claims that BILL MURRAY spent 12,395 days stuck in "Groundhog Day".  That's almost 34 years!

10.  The total surface area in "Minecraft" is over 9 million Earths.

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