With Batman and Harry Potter already on tour, Warner Bros. will now send Scooby-Doo on the road, with "Scooby-Doo Live! Musical Mysteries" hitting stages in January.
When it comes to movie merchandise, retailers like to play it safe, stocking shelves with products tied to summer tentpoles like "The Avengers," "The Dark Knight Rises" and "The Amazing Spider-Man"…
At major retailers nationwide, something is missing from the toy aisles: "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" action figures. In their place, an empty space.
While merchandise associated with Marvel's and DC's superheroes and films like "Transformers" command major attention in toy aisles each year, the top-selling action figures are not movie characters…
Hollywood is super-sizing its time-honored tradition of striking exclusive deals with retailers as more stores, from brick-and-motar outlets to e-tailers, line up to partner with studios for product.
Innovative Artists is looking to push Stardoll offline and turn the collection of websites for tween and teen girls into a retail brand.
At this perilous moment for the advertising biz, the last thing Gotham would seem to need is another billboard in Times Square.
After a long illness, the groundbreaking home-entertainment format VHS has died of natural causes in the United States. The format was 30 years old.
Sources at Buena Vista Home Video indicated yesterday that consumers purchased more than 1 million copies of "Beauty and the Beast" on Tuesday, the first day it was available in stores. The rate of…
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