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I watched Alita Battle Angel yesterday in a movie theater and I waited until the end of the end credits to leave the theater. At the very end of it, after the Special thanks part, a sentence caught my eyes (approximative quote):
15,000 jobs were supported by the production of this movie.
If memory serves, it is the first time for me to see this part of the end credits.
Is Alita Battle Angel the first movie to show this sentence (or a similar one) in its end credits? If so, why? If not, what is the first movie doing this?
I usually quit the movie theater after the music credits, and ignore the Special thanks and production logos that appear at the very end of the credits.
Edit: while trying to find more information for my answer, I found out that my question is a duplicate of that one.