As the major Hollywood studios prepare to release their 2004 holiday season blockbuster titles to the video market, supermarkets are strategically rearranging their stores to make room for the hot new flicks that will be out for the end-of-year gift-giving season. Several highly anticipated movies will take center stage in stores. "We expect 'Shrek 2' and 'Spider-Man 2' to be really big hits this year," said Joe Ramirez, spokesman for Penn Traffic Co., the 216-store chain based in Syracuse, ...

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