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One Direction To Open Their First US Pop-Up Store!

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One Direction Pop Up Store

UK Directioners might be getting One Direction popsicles and ice cream cakes, but don’t worry, US fans!

The Brit boyband still has something special just for you!

1D is planning on opening up a pop-up store in

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Target Goes High-End With Hunger Games Merch!

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May the odds be ever in your favor, Hunger Games!

And we truly mean that because Target is about to sell some VERY limited edition items based on The Hunger Games.

If you attended Comic-Con this year, you may have noticed Mockingjay pins being worn by attendees.

Well, now you can get one for yourself without the hassle of bumping into sweaty nerds and standing in ridiculously long lines.

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The Amazing Spider-Man Has Webbed Up Some Merchandise!

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Marvel is looking to ca$$$h in on The Amazing Spider-Man both on and off screen.

The comic book company has teamed up with Target to develop some super cool superhero gear like toys, clothing, bedding, decor, and party supplies.

The goods are just missing one minor detail! We didn't hear anything about Emma Stone's character, Gwen Stacy products!

Either way, we'll still swing on by to check the merch out. Will U???

[Image courtesy of Columbia Pictures.]

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Fifty Shades Of Grey Lingerie, Scent & Adult Products In The Works!

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Why are we not surprised?

Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James is taking a cue from Twilight and turning her best-selling book into a money making product machine!

The author has signed

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Star Wars Doesn't Want To Make Money Off Of Everything, Rejects Merchandise Ideas

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Star Wars salt and pepper shakers?! Someone MUST already have these! Then again…

We've come to learn that Star Wars creators rejected merchandise ideas similar to the salt and pepper shakers.

Jason Geyer and his buddies tried to package some merch ideas, including a R2-D2 wet bar and Yoda bottle cappers for Pepsi products. You know, the kind of some fans EAT UP as swag at Comic-Con and dig through 30 boxes of cereal to find.

But the Star Wars execs weren't buying it…at all…

And who could blame them? The franchise is the second highest grossing series, behind Harry Potter, and they've made a lot of dough doing it.

The franchise has made $1.6 billion in video games, $9B in toys, and a whopping $20B in licensing fees!

Sorry Jason and Co., Star Wars will be just fine with their own merchandise.

Check out the pics below to see their ideas. Would U buy any of these?

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Come Getcha Hunger Games Water! Come Getcha Hunger Games Nail Polish! Come Getcha!!!

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Wow! WoW! WOW!!!

We don't even think Twilight was this merchandise crazy before the first film even released!

NOW, not only can you don your Hunger Games apparel from H&M, but you can drink your Hunger Games water and werk your Hunger Games nail polish!

LOL, what's next?? Hunger Games air fresheners??

Well what the haul are you waiting for?? Go get some h2O and China Glaze!

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NFL TV Rights Worth Over $3.2 Billion Per Year

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Football is a pretty good business to be in these days because analysts say the National Football League's television profits are about to go up 60%!

An 8-year extension of the league's TV rights deal with broadcast partners CBS, Fox and NBC is promising the NFL $3.2 billion a year until 2021. That's more than double what they are raking in with their current contract.

But wait, there's more money to be had from the sport that every network wants a piece of. Sources report that previous deals with ESPN and DirecTV are expected to lock in another $6 billion in media fees for the NFL.

That's A LOT of money and it's only from the TV rights! Now imagine how much money the NFL is making with merchandise and ticket sales…

Can someone say, "CHA-CHING!"

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