Licensee Propel unveiled its range of Star Wars quadcopters at Star Wars Celebration 2016 at London’s Excel last week.
Hasbro has returned to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with a raft of exclusive and limited edition products from My Little Pony, Transformers and G.I. Joe, as well as licensed partner’s IP from Star Wars, Marvel and “Yo-Kai Watch.”
In anticipation of the Star Wars-themed lands at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts, Disneyland has unveiled a new image revealing more about what guests will find in the new land.
If it’s July, it must be time for the first Holiday toy preview. And the world’s largest licensor delivered with a showroom of products that will hit retail shelves in the coming months.
Mattel has unveiled the new Hot Wheels Star Wars prototype armor Boba Fett character car, a European exclusive for London’s Star Wars Celebration event, taking place next month.
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Geek merchandise retailer Merchoid has unveiled its first range of officially licensed swim shorts.
Disney has unveiled a raft of retail sale promotions for its Star Wars merchandise in honor of Star Wars Day, which is celebrated annually, May 4.
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Alamo Drafthouse will air the original Star Wars trilogy in cities across the U.S. with its Return of the Trilogy roadshow program this August.
Thinkway Toys has created a new line of deluxe Animatronic interactive Star Wars action figures.
The Disney Store will release a new Star Wars Tsum Tsum collection worldwide on Feb. 16.
Turtle Beach is creating a Star Wars X-Wing Pilot headset to celebrate the upcoming theatrical release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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Characters from Minions and Star Wars will be top costume choices this Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation's annual survey.
Underground Toys will release a new collection of Star Wars and “Doctor Who” homeware products, expanded on its line of toys and other gift items, this year.
Toy Island has partnered with Jay Franco and Sons to feature popular licensed characters on its ZippySack line of zippered fleece blankets for kids.
The LEGO Star Wars product line will continue to grow as the company plans new play sets and a new cross-over animated series.
Uniqlo is planning a global collaboration with Disney Consumer Products, dubbed Magic For All, that will include new products, pop-up displays and in-store and customer experiences.
Disney Consumer Products is bringing the power of the Force to the produce aisle with new Star Wars-branded fruit and vegetable offerings.
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