Disney Investors, Rejoice: Iron Man Is Slowly Destroying the Zombie Apocalypse
Iron Man 3 just can't stop making money for Walt Disney , says Fool contributor Tim Beyers says in the following video.
Days before the House of Mouse unveiled plans to bring the "Iron Man Experience" ride to its Hong Kong theme park, Iron Man 3 topped the video sales charts, beating the likes of World War Z and Star Trek Into Darkness. The film that earned $409 million at the U.S. box office and $1.2 billion worldwide is now showing signs of an extended rush of DVD and Blu-ray sales, Tim says.
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