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Toy Biz Sales Down Sharply
February 27, 2001
Marvel's dismal fourth quarter performance capped off a very bad year, which saw the company's net sales decline from $319 million to $231 million.
Games Workshop Grants Exclusive on Major License
February 25, 2001
Alliance Game Distributors and Diamond Comic Distributors have announced that they will jointly have the exclusive right to distribute Game Workshop's new table-top war game based on the film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Ri ngs trilogy.
Studios Change Release Dates
February 17, 2001
Two films of special interest to specialty store retailers have had their release dates changed.
First Day Overview
March 5, 2001
The year 2000 was hardly a banner year in the American toy industry; the two giants that dominate the American toy market, Mattel and Hasbro, each suffered setbacks.
Videogames Up, Toys Down
February 17, 2001
The licensing fees for the rights to the Matrix are in the $8-$10 million range, rivaling the sums Electronic Arts paid to acquire the rights to produce videogames for The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter , two of this year's most highly anticipated fantasy films.
Paper Goods Don't Fly
February 17, 2001
Public acceptance of the film will play a determining role, but right now it is safe to say that there is trouble in Pottersville .
Master Toy Licensee
February 17, 2001
Toy Biz will be the master toy licensee and is planning to unveil a multitude of LOTR toys at this year's Toy Fair.
2001 Movies with Merchandising Potential
May 1, 2001
Here's a list of what appear to be, at this moment, the best merchandising opportunities among 2001 movie releases.
DBZ Still #1
January 31, 2001
Just a week after it debuted on the Cartoon Network, the anime Outlaw Star reached #54 on the Lycos chart of computer searches for the week ending January 20, 2001.
Retail To Follow?
February 1, 2001
The Lord of the Rings movie web site ( www.LordoftheRings.net ), which launched January 12, 2001, is drawing massive traffic???forty-one million visits during its first four days.
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