“The world’s largest media company will insist films that cost more than about $100 million must demonstrate that their characters can be sold around the world as merchandise. Analysts say the decision is part of a Hollywood-wide trend to safeguard profits and could lead to the production of fewer non-commercial films.”
July 26, 2010
Disney To Downsize Its Movie Business
The Australian 07/22/10
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