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Mattel has unveiled its holiday toy list, featuring a slate of new products for brands including Barbie, DC Super Hero Girls, Hot Wheels and more.
Entertainment One has partnered with a three licensees to create new products inspired by the animated series “Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom” in Brazil.
Viacom has tapped Source3 to launch a set of 3D printed “South Park” characters, celebrating the series’ 20th anniversary.
Saban Brands has tapped The Wish Factory to develop and manufacture an exclusive line of merchandise inspired by the TV series “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.”
ITV Studios has partnered up with a slate of licensees to launch its merchandising program for the series “Thunderbirds Are Go” in France, Benelux and the Nordics.
Activision Publishing has unveiled a number of new characters and content for its video game, “Skylanders Imaginators.”
HBO has tapped Threezero to launch the fifth 1/6th-scale collectible figure featuring characters from its series “Game of Thrones.”
Disney Consumer Products and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have tapped 2 Blue Ducks to create and distribute Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse plush figures donning RCMP uniforms.
The Wish Factory, under license from CBS Consumer Products, will develop and manufacture an exclusive line of merchandise inspired by "Star Trek."
DreamWorks Animation has tapped PlayWheels to develop a range of outdoor toys featuring its new movie, Trolls.
Mattel is planning two new video games for its Barbie and Monster High franchises.
MGA Entertainment has created an app for its newly re-launched doll brand Bratz.
The Chicago Toy & Game Group has announced the nominees for the eighth annual Toy & Game Inventor of the Year Awards,
Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media and Hasbro launched Playmation Marvel’s Avengers Sunday, a new system of connected toys and wearables.
Disney has tapped IMC Toys for a toy line inspired by its upcoming animated preschool series “Mickey's Roadster Racers.”
The LEGO Group has announced a series of major expansions to its production facilities following higher than expected demand in recent years.
Toy sales in the U.K. have grown by 5 percent compared to the same period last year, according to the NPD Group.
The newly re-launched fashion doll franchise Bratz has teamed with the creative community VFiles to produce an apparel line and doll for the holiday season.
Mattel is collaborating with Tynker to teach children computer science and programming with the help of brands such as Hot Wheels and Monster High.
Mobile-connected, wireless entertainment technology company Spiral Toys has entered into a global licensing deal with language and literacy education system Rosetta Stone to develop a co-branded range of products.
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