Comic-Con came again, and with it the total transformation of San Diego, Calif., into a pop culture wonderland.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Tonner Doll Company have unveiled the dolls created by high-end fashion and costume designers for The Wizard of Oz's 75th.
SEGA has unveiled a star-studded lineup for the Sonic Boom fan event, which will be held in New York City Oct. 4.
After more than five years leading the company, Mikael Hed will step down as chief executive officer of Rovio Jan. 1.
"Toyze," an app for creating 3D-printed customizable character toys, has signed a licensing agreement with the developers of the popular app pet Pou.
Digital games company Miniclip and American Greetings Properties have co-created a mobile game based on Strawberry Shortcake titled “Berry Rush.”
ITV Studios Global Entertainment and its master toy partner Vivid have appointed Headstart International as the local toy distributor in Australia for “Thunderbirds Are Go.”
Mattel is re-launching its line of BeForever historical American Girls dolls with a little help from the Lifetime fashion competition series "Project Runway."
DC Thomson has launched a new monthly children’s magazine that focuses on multi-platform gaming and entertainment.
Magic Light Pictures has launched the first game app for the classic picture book The Gruffalo.
StoryToys has released 3D pop-up activity app based on the Poppy Cat franchise and developed in collaboration with Coolabi and The Kindly Ones Productions.
Big Idea Entertainment has tapped Cupcake Digital to develop a series of apps featuring characters from VeggieTales.
Ubisoft has announced plans for two new titles in its Assassin’s Creed gaming franchise.
Electronic Arts has teamed up with 10 National Red Cross Societies from around the world to feature the aide organization in “SimCity.”
Feld Entertainment has expanded its Monster Jam licensing program with the signing of five new toy partners.
Gund has unveiled its new Grumpy Cat plush, which will arrive in stores beginning Nov. 1.
LucasArts and Disney Mobile have teamed up with NimbleBit for the cross-over app "Star Wars: Tiny Death Star.”
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe returns to BLE this year with a portfolio featuring some of the world’s hottest gaming brands.
Mind Candy, the entertainment firm behind Moshi Monsters, and Carte Blanche Group are teaming for a range of plush and gifting collectibles.
Activision Publishing and Marvel Entertainment are planning a follow-up Spider-Man video game for spring 2015.
The Penguin Children’s imprint Puffin is planning a range of books for Disney’s new Infinity gaming platform.
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