An in-depth look at how this toy-driven company continues to evolve into an entertainment, content and licensing powerhouse worldwide.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has tapped a slate of global licensees to support its upcoming movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, in theaters Nov. 18.
Entertainment One is expanding its consumer products offerings for the animated series “PJ Masks” with a host of new licensees.
Imperial War Museums has tapped two new licensees–The Lagoon Group and The Monster Factory–for a new line of toys, games and inflatables.
Moose Toys has partnered with UPHE Content Group, an entity of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, to distribute the first ever, full-length Shopkins movie.
Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media has released “Disney Princess: Charmed Adventures” for iOS and Android devices.
SEGA has released “Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice” in North America exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.
MGA Entertainment has signed a raft of licensing partners across Europe for its collectible toy line Num Noms.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has expanded the U.K. licensing program for the TV series “Family Guy” with a host of product partners following its new broadcast partnership with ITV2 in the U.K.
Nitro Circus has teamed up with K’Nex to create a range of building toys inspired by the global action sports entertainment brand.
Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media, in partnership with Star Wars super fans, has launched the fourth and final installment of its fan-created “Go Rogue” YouTube series.
Mattel has tapped Toy State to develop Barbie-branded remote control vehicles, under Toy State’s Nikko brand.
Activision and Tag Games have released the new hidden object mobile game “Downton Abbey: Mysteries of the Manor,” based on the British TV series.
Rising Star Games will launch three new Hello Kitty titles for Nintendo platforms in November in the U.K.
Rovio Entertainment is building a blockbuster consumer products program for the upcoming Angry Birds movie, which will hit the big screen in May 2016.
Girls’ fashion brand Flowers by Zoe has created a new apparel collection featuring Mattel's Barbie brand.
Toys 'R' Us annual gift guide and holiday catalog, the Great Big Toys 'R' Us Book of Awesome, will come to life through augmented reality for the first time ever this year.
Toy sales in the U.K. have grown by 5 percent compared to the same period last year, according to the NPD Group.
The Los Angeles-based private equity fund Balmoral Funds has acquired gift, plush toy, and home and garden décor manufacturer Enesco.
Koko Rose Media has launched the first app for its Deer Little Forest brand.
Cartoon Network has launched its new "Anything" mobile TV network in Southeast Asia.
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