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Merchandising and Licensing
Paradox Entertainment Inc., manages and develops global entertainment character franchises by generating licensing revenue from its assets for all forms of media including motion picture, television, gaming, publishing and toy industries.
Their portfolio consists of unverified claims to brands as Conan the Barbarian (by the purchase of Conan Properties Incorporated in 2002), Kull of Atlantis, Solomon Kane, and Mutant Chronicles. Paradox owns the library of Robert E. Howard, a prolific American storyteller who is best known for creating the Conan character.
Paradox has a proven track record in developing media and building intellectual properties.
Paradox Studios specializes in the production and financing of independent films. Paradox works together with writers and directors to create both original and property based content. In addition to their owned intellectual properties, Paradox develops and produces content based on short stories, novels, comic books, video games and original scripts.
- Reasonable Doubt (2014)
- The Frozen Ground (2013)
- Ain't Them Bodies Saints (2013)
- Fire with Fire (2012)
- Freelancers (2012)
- Setup (2011)
- Conan the Barbarian (2011)
- Solomon Kane (2009)
- Mutant Chronicles (2008)
Films in Production
- Reclaim – Post Production
- The movie follows an American couple, Steven and Shannon, who are mourning the death of their unborn child in a car accident. The couple visits Puerto Rico to adopt an orphan Haitian girl, who mysteriously vanishes from their hotel room.
- Starring: John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, Rachelle Lefevre, Jacki Weaver
The parent company, Paradox Entertainment AB, is a publicly traded on the Swedish First North Premier list (PDXE, SE0000598054), run by NASDAQ OMX.
- Nielson (2006, p. 20)
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