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Tearing Up Overseas Box Office
Meanwhile, in the U.S., Shrek remains the highest grossing film of the year, with receipts totaling $240 million.
Tomb Raider Ride
Here is Paramount Kings Island's official description of the adventure:
into the ancient tomb of the illuminati guarded by the Warrior Goddess
Durga, just as the planets align - and become enmeshed in an epic test
of fire and ice! Hurtling through the darkness, you'll come face-to-face
with glistening, razor-sharp stalactites and roiling, red-hot lava pits,
twisting and turning as you struggle against the fury of nature's polar
opposites in a desperate effort to escape! So suit up and strap yourself
in. The ride of you life is coming in 2002!"
Animated, Anime, and FX DVDs
News Link of the
Day - Disney Hopes to Revive Magic by Selling More Stuff
According to the LA Times:
"In an effort to re-energize its gold-plated brand, Walt Disney Co. is launching a product blitz that will put Mickey Mouse and the gang on toothbrushes, cereal boxes, juice cartons and even bottles of plain water.
Though two recent
studies show the Disney brand remains strong, operating income for the
company's Consumer Products division has fallen by $438 million over the
last three years, a nearly 50% decline
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