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Reading into this on Wikipedia, it seems that Formics is the correct 'scientific' name of the species, and a term that is increasingly used as the book series progresses. Buggers as you say is a 'nickname', a pejorative term for the species. As for the movie adaptation, I can imagine that they received advice that for British English (and perhaps other ...
Don't know how you define widely available or whether you differentiate between a program and a magazine (usually longer), but there was a program produced for Shrek 2 in 2004. There was a 65-page Spiderman Official Movie Souvenir Magazine in 2002. The Fantasia 2000 premiere had a program. Before that was a 12-page book for The Thin Red Line (1998) with Sean ...
The Internet Movie Database lists the budget on the main page of a movie under the heading Box Office. I haven't yet found a resource for television budgets. It seems accountability is less. The reasons I've found so far are Many actors want their salaries secret. Since tickets are not sold, "weekend profits" is less a marketing tool. Advertisers do ...
In most of Tokyo's big cinemas you can usually buy souvenirs for the main stream movies that are currently playing (magazines, postcards, toys.. it depends on the movie). So there definitely still are cinemas in the world where you can get a souvenir program for the movie you just watched.
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