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German mini-major Constantin Media had a rough year. The combination of costly, underperforming acquisitions – including Enders Game and Walking With Dinosaurs and the major in-house flop The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, which Constantin produced – together with problems at its sports division - resulted in a $8.4 million (€6.1 million) loss for the Munich-based group last year. Revenue for 2013 plunged 12 percent to $632 million (€458.3 million). Story: T-Wreck: Why Fox's 'Walking With Dinosaurs' Went Extinct Profits at Constantin's film division fell nearly 50 percent to $6.5 million (€4.7

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