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AVENGERS 2: Disney Provides an Update

Although Disney is coping with the painful $200 million right-off of John Carter, no doubt alleviating some of the pain is the success of The Avengers (over $700 million so far). Now there's a slight update on the sequel.
Offers the Star, "Merchandise related to the Marvel movie was sold out in many locations following its April 25 release overseas, the company said. The movie shattered U.S. opening weekend records after it opened on Friday. 'We are hard at work replenishing stuff on our shelves,' Chief Executive Bob Iger said.... The company plans an Avengers sequel sometime after the release of Iron Man 3 and Thor 2 next year and Captain America 2 in 2014. The company has been working for a year to develop Avengers attractions at theme parks, although a prior arrangement with Universal prevents such attractions at its parks in Orlando, Fla., Iger said. 'We fully intend to continue to fuel the marketplace with Marvel's `Avengers'-related stories and characters so that the momentum continues,' Iger said."
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