Updated from 10:48 a.m. EDT

When you think of high yields, you don't normally think of entertainment-related stocks. But surprisingly, there are a couple of dozen show-business stocks with yields of more than 2.5%.

Stockpickr has assembled a list of the

top yielding entertainment stocks

, all of which pay more than 5.5%.

One of the highest-yielding stocks on the list is

World Wrestling Entertainment

(WWE) - Get Report

, the small entertainment conglomerate that encompasses live and televised events featuring their World Wrestling Entertainment brand. WWE has a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 20 and a P/E-to-growth ratio of 0.6.

World Wrestling stock is owned by

Eaglerock Capital Management

, a New York-based event-driven hedge fund founded by Nader Tavakoli in 2001. Eaglerock also owns shares of

StealthGas

(GASS) - Get Report

, which yields 4.8%,

Movado Group

(MOV) - Get Report

, which yields 1.6%, and

Libbey

(LBY) - Get Report

, which pays a yield of 0.6%.

Another high-yielding entertainment stock is movie theater owner

Regal Entertainment Group

(RGC)

, which has a yield of 6.1%. The company recently signed a joint venture agreement with

Imax

(IMAX) - Get Report

to place 31 Imax digital systems in 20 of Regal's U.S. theater complexes. The stock has a trailing P/E of 9 and a PEG of 1.8.

Regal is part of the

WisdomTree SmallCap Dividend ETF

, which has a goal of tracking the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the WisdomTree SmallCap Dividend Index. Also part of the portfolio are

Nationwide Health Properties

( NHP), which has a yield of 5%,

Newcastle Investment Corp.

(NCT)

, with an 11.8% yield, and cigarette company

Vector Group

(VGR) - Get Report

, which sports a 9.3% yield.

Cinemark Holdings

(CNK) - Get Report

is another high-yielding theater chain owner, with an international exposure as it operates in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico and other Latin American countries. The stock has a trailing P/E of 15, a PEG of 1.4 and pays a yield of 5.4%.

Cinemark is held by

Royce Opportunity Fund

, a long-term capital growth fund with a average annual return of 19.42% over the last five years. Royce also holds shares of

McClatchy

(MNI) - Get Report

, with a 6.6% yield, and

Circor

(CIR) - Get Report

, with a 0.3% yield.

For more dividend-payers in the sector, check out the

Top-Yielding Entertainment Stocks

at Stockpickr.com.

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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