Hasbro (Nasdaq: HAS) shares rose 12,2% yesterday, the most intraday since March 2020, after the toy and entertainment company reported second-quarter net sales and EPS that topped even the highest analyst estimates. Movies are back in theaters after the industry faced a yearlong disruption. Hasbro, with Paramount Pictures, released “Snake Eyes: G.I. Jones Origins” over the weekend, likely to drive sales of the action figure. During the quarter, the entertainment division saw revenue increase 48%. Hasbro’s shares have significant room to run as their previous highs are at $126,87.