Monday, February 13, 2006

You'll Truly Believe A Man Can Fly

The Toy Fair is in high gear in NYC and parents with kids can expect to be deluged with requests for toys from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Cars (the animated Pixar movie -- I'm still not bowled over by the trailers for that one) and more. And I know toy airplanes have been available for decades but this tie-in still sounds really cool:
Warner Bros. Pictures' Superman Returns, opening in theaters June 30, created enormous excitement among toy retailers with its own share of electronic role-play toys like a flying radio remote-controlled Superman that can soar up to 300 feet in the air for two minutes of non-stop flying. "It's the first time ever kids can make Superman fly," said Geoff Walker, vp of entertainment marketing for master toy licensee Mattel.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If it looks like the new Superman, Brandon Routh, count me in.