The executive shuffle among top entertainment licensors continued yesterday with yet another high-profile licensing executive changing positions.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel have tapped The Araca Group to bring branded pop-up retail locations and merchandise to 88 movie theaters showing Captain America: Civil War.
Marvel is gearing up to reinvigorate its evergreen Spider-Man character with new films, animation and new products.
Disney Consumer Products has partnered with beauty retailer Sephora to launch a limited edition assortment of cosmetics and accessories featuring Minnie Mouse.
Disney Consumer Products has partnered with designer Trina Turk to launch a Finding Dory-inspired beach collection.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel Entertainment have partnered with the Campbell Soup Company to bring Spider-Man to the soup aisle.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel Entertainment have partnered with Her Universe, a fangirl fashion company, for a range of superhero-themed women’s activewear.
Disney Consumer Products has tapped Kate Spade New York for a range of Minnie Mouse-inspired products.
Marvel has unveiled the licensing lineup for its superhero Black Panther in honor of his 50th anniversary, first Marvel cinematic appearance and new comic book.
Licensed fashion is exploding, from entertainment property collaborations with well-known designers and high-end retailers to brands entertaining new categories to even more celebrity ranges.
It’s time to listen to a new tune that will impact the licensing business over the next several months. Let’s call it “Changes in Licensing” and it’s already being played at seven of the top 10 multi-billion dollar global licensors.
Disney Consumer Products has launched the new product line for the upcoming Disney/Pixar movie Inside Out, arriving in theaters June 19.
Disney Consumer Products is unveiling the new product collection inspired by next month’s The Good Dinosaur in North America.
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Disney Consumer Products is bringing the power of the Force to the produce aisle with new Star Wars-branded fruit and vegetable offerings.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled details of the merchandising programs for Marvel’s comic book event Secret Wars.
Disney Consumer Products and Bloomingdale's have joined forces with a group of designers for the fashion-meets-fundraising initiative Force 4 Fashion.
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