This excerpt taken from the HAS 10-K filed Mar 9, 2005.
Payments due by Fiscal Year
Included in 2005 future minimum guaranteed contractual payments is $35,000 related to the Company's royalty contract with Lucas for STAR WARS licensing rights. The contract requires guaranteed royalties totaling $505,000 of which $470,000 has been paid in prior years. At December 26, 2004, the Company has prepaid royalties related to this license of approximately $143,200, of which the long-term portion of $87,200 is included in other assets in the consolidated balance sheet. The Company also has remaining product rights of approximately $114,400, which is included in other intangibles, net in the consolidated balance sheet. These amounts are expected to be recovered from anticipated revenues related to the STAR WARS brand in the years 2005 through 2018.
Included in the thereafter column above is $250,000 in principal amount of senior convertible debt due 2021. The holders of these debentures may put the notes back to the Company in December 2005, December 2011, and December 2016 at the principal amount. At that time, the purchase price may be paid in cash, shares of common stock or a combination of the two. The Company's current intent is to settle in cash any puts exercised. Certain of the future minimum guaranteed contractual royalty payments are contingent upon the theatrical release of the related entertainment property.
In addition to the above, the Company has certain warrants outstanding at December 26, 2004 that contain a put option that would require the Company to repurchase the warrants for a price to be paid, at the Company's election, of either $100,000 in cash or $110,000 in shares of the Company's common stock, such stock being valued at the time of the exercise of the option. The Company's current intent is to settle this put option in cash if exercised. In accordance with SFAS 150, these warrants are recorded as an accrued liability at fair value at December 26, 2004. In addition, the Company expects to make contributions totaling approximately $13,000 to its pension plans in 2005. The Company also has letters of credit of approximately $13,300 at December 26, 2004.