SECTOR GUIDE: Summer Movies

The movies, products and licensing programmes to look out for this summer.
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It looks to be another bumper time at the cinema this summer, with a number of big films rolling out. Speed Racer, Iron Man and Indiana Jones have already made their mark and then there's Incredible Hulk, Prince Caspian, Wall-E, Batman:The Dark Knight and Clone Wars to come.

Samantha Loveday finds out what licensed product is and will be in stores. And with a line up from the likes of Hasbro, Lego, Mattel and Flair to mention a few, there's sure to be some 'blockbuster' toys available.

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