With theatrical planned and a new animated series primed for delivery, Mind Candy, creators of the Moshi Monster phenomenon, discusses what the future holds as it turn five years old.
LucasArts and Disney Mobile have teamed up with NimbleBit for the cross-over app "Star Wars: Tiny Death Star.”
Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Entertainment have named Wicked Cool Toys as master toy licensee for "Wild Kratts.”
Outfit7 is developing a TV series based on its Talking Tom and Talking Friends app properties.
Mantic Games got the $50,000 it need to create a new Mars Attacks! tabletop game after just 15 minutes on Kickstarter.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has inked a new deal with University Games for a range featuring Matt Hatter Chronicles.
Smithsonian Enterprises has partnered with Sun-Mate for a branded toy line based on the museum’s collection.
20th Century Fox Consumer Products and Burger King Worldwide have launched a new kids’ meal program that features interactive The Simpsons toys.
A Squared Entertainment has teamed up with the toy company TCG to launch two business-in-a-box kits for kids from Warren Buffett.
Feld Entertainment has signed a trio of new deals for Monster Jam that will see the brand drive into a mobile app, wall decals and stickers.
Discovery Communications has teamed up with FishBrain to launch the “River Monster+” sport fishing app.
Fox Consumer Products has partnered with K’Nex Brands for a line of Family Guy building toys.
The Topps Company and Mantic Games have joined forces to bring Mars Attacks to life as a tabletop war game.
Imports Dragon has opened the Trash Pack Play House at a Six Flags amusement park in Montreal.
The “Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. App” is helping to breath new life into the ’90s brand, with more than 2.5 million downloads.
Mattel has restructured its European consumer products team to align its strategy across the region.
Nickelodeon has named Cartwheel Kids as the master toy licensee for its animated preschool series “Peter Rabbit.”
Lotus is getting ready for the British Grand Prix June 28-30 with a new range of toys and collectibles in the U.K.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Cryptozoic Entertainment are planning an expansion to the The Lord of the Rings card game.
With the onset of 2013 comes the debut of new toy ranges from the world's largest licensors and licensees.
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