Disney has released the new mobile game “Disney Enchanted Tales.”
Australia-based Plox, in collaboration with Disney Australia, will launch a new levitating Death Star speaker inspired by Star Wars.
Fashion retailer Forever 21 will release a limited edition Disney-Pixar capsule collection.
Comic-Con took place last month with less participation from the major film studios than in years past. Nonetheless, Comic-Con still remains the epicenter of pop culture and the place to be in July.
Disney has launched a new YouTube series that explores the ways its characters and stories are interpreted through fashion, titled “Destination: Disney Style.”
Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., has announced its plans for a new attraction inspired by the Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy.
Disney has tapped Egmont Publishing to launch a new monthly children’s magazine inspired by its latest film, Finding Dory, which launches in U.K. theaters July 29.
Disney has partnered with U.K. toy retailer The Entertainer to offer four Saturdays of in-store activations, discounts and sweepstakes to coincide with the release of the film Finding Dory.
Character World will launch a new bedding and accessory range featuring Disney’s new film, Finding Dory, which hits U.K. theaters July 29.
Disney has launched “Disney LOL,” a new app that will allow families and children to consume Disney short-form content in a safe way.
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Disney has tapped specialty retailer Hot Topic to launch a limited edition fashion collection inspired by the upcoming film Alice Through the Looking Glass, in theaters May 27.
Bolstered by major film and television releases in 2015 and aided by a surge in collectibles, toys sales grew again last year.
Disney has partnered with OPI to launch a new collection of nail polish inspired by the upcoming movie Alice Through the Looking Glass, in theaters May 27.
Disney has tapped IMC Toys for a toy line inspired by its upcoming animated preschool series “Mickey's Roadster Racers.”
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Disney is the most desirable toy brand in China, according to new data from The NPD Group’s China Toy Usage and Attitude Study.
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