Pity Playmobil. Sure the German toy company has been going strong for decades, first introduced in 1974.
But it'll always end up being compared to a certain Danish toy company that also has plastic figurines.
Now even moviegoers are ignoring "Playmobil." What's that? You didn't know there was a "Playmobil" movie? You're not alone.
In its opening weekend in the U.S., "Playmobil" sold an estimated $668,000 in tickets. Worldwide it has sold about $12 million since August, according to CNBC. The movie cost an estimated $75 million to make.
By comparison, "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" has earned about $200 million this year.