Finally, I also like the theater business more now than I have in years past. More films are going digital, and theater conversions are well under way. Licensing deals with the likes of RealD and IMAX allow for higher ticket prices. And, of course, the comic book movie boom means bigger crowds paying more per ticket. All of it should add up to the 15% average earnings growth analysts are expecting, and possibly much more.
The article 1 More Surprising Way to Profit From the Comic-Book Movie Boom originally appeared on Fool.com and is written by Tim Beyers.
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