My bad, I was thinking He3. As for the Drone? A Drone is also a type of Bee. But all irony aside. Why not go after the He3 on the surface of the moon with machines that can be controlled from Earth? Why does an investor want to build a sun when there are other methods that are field tested and cheaper? What is the pay off?
As far as investments go, Movies are the most riskiest. Then comes New oil drilling. Everything else is a far 3rd place. The producers problem is that Rotten Tomatoes was not alone in its critique. 'B' movies are 'B' movies for a reason.
This experiment is the stuff of middle school dreams, But the hydrogen fuel stuff is on the surface of the moon; which is cheaper? Build this really fun contraption, or send a drone to the moon to get a bucket of the fuel stuff from the surface, bring it back home, then refine it on earth?
The next industrial revolution has already begun. And is it crude! But it's working. What people need to reflect on is, "How are people going to go about their daily lives when a machine will do a task requested of them by a person or machine?"