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Warner Bros. wants Wonder Woman on TV or in a movie
According to ComicBookMovie.com on Oct. 5, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara said they ... Women – whether it is on TV or in the movies. It seems like outside of Superman and Batman, and a possible Justice League movie, DC Comics is concentrating on ...
Toy Fair 2012: Wrap-up, celebrity, movie toy pics (Photos)
Stars from the upcoming summer action adventures "G.I. Joe Retaliation" and "Battleship" were among the celebrities who went on a mission to help promote toys from ... Dark Knight Rises" Movie Masters line, including the pivotal characters of Bane (Tom ...
History of the Rubik’s Cube: Madness, Fun and One Man’s Obsession
Nichols assigned his patent to his employer, Moleculon Research Corporation, and they later sued Ideal Toys who bought it from ... between different move notations. Many movies and TV shows have featured characters that solve Rubik’s Cubes quickly ...
Ebooks answer common and not-so-common pet behavior questions
If your pets are hitting the brakes at nearly the same place in your home each time, I wonder if previous ... peanut butter from a Kong toy or sterilized bone, she won't be paying attention to your choice in TV programming.
‘Winnie the Pooh’ Fun Facts, Character Model Sheets, Concept Art and More!
A STAR IS BORN — Many years ago, Wolfgang “Woolie” Reitherman, the director of the classic featurettes and subsequent feature, commissioned toy versions of the ... Kristen Anderson-Lopez (TV’s “The Wonder Pets,” Off Broadway’s “In Transit ...
The Marketing Genius Strikes Back
Get one thing straight: Kenn Viselman used to be The Guy, the guy who could make everything stop in the toy business. If it hadn't been for Viselman, American toddlers might never have known the likes of the Teletubbies or Thomas the Tank Engine.