Miami Dolphins legendary quarterback Dan Marino is shaking his head, as it's being reported that Marino has lost over $14 million when the company Digital Domain declared bankruptcy.
The Palm Beach Post is reporting Digital Domain, the Florida-based visual effects company that gave the world movies like Titanic, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and the hologram of rapper Tupac, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy recently.
Marino who brought 1,576,525 shares in the animation studio will become a BIG LOSER due to the bankruptcy.
At one point, Marino's investment was worth over $14 million, but now is only worth $850,000.
It's being said that when the company made the hologram of rapper Tupac, which appeared at Coachella, the stock shot up to $9.4 per share.
Marino isn't the only big loser with the company's Chapter 11 filing, as the cities of Port St. Lucie and West Palm Beach will take a hit.
Digital Domain lost $14.8 million in the first quarter.