The Disney Store will release a new Star Wars Tsum Tsum collection worldwide on Feb. 16.
Ten licensing trends that need to be on your radar in 2016.
Petco has expanded its line of Star Wars-branded pet products to include bedding and home accessories as well as new toys for both cats and dogs.
License! Global takes a look at trends in the global toy market that will influence retail sales and how children play in 2016.
Fast fashion retailer Forever 21 has debuted a limited edition apparel line inspired by the classic Star Wars films.
Disney Publishing Worldwide has partnered with Little Golden Books to retell the stories of the first six Star Wars films in children's book form.
After losing her crown to Disney’s Frozen characters in 2014, Barbie is back at No. 1 on the National Retail Federation’s Top Toys list for the 2015 holiday season.
Lucasfilm and Dice, an Electronic Arts studio, have released the new video game "Star Wars Battlefront," which was named Best of Show at E3 earlier this year.
Hot Topic has launched an all-new Star Wars fashion collection from fangirl fashion company Her Universe.
Disney and Lucasfilm have teamed with Code.org to create a Star Wars-themed computer science tutorial that will kick off the third annual Hour of Code campaign.
Vandor has introduced its first-ever line of licensed shopper totes featuring five of its top licenses–Marilyn Monroe, My Little Pony, Hello Kitty, Marvel Comics and Star Wars.
Licensees provide the backbone for some of the most successful licensed apparel collaborations. Here is a round-up of recent top news from leading apparel licensees.
The Walt Disney Studios, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox are planning to release the first six Star Wars films on Digital HD for the first time.
Licensed toys are continuing to sell strongly, with Disney properties leading the charge.
To celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the U.K. Dec. 17, Selfridges is offering aspiring Padawans the chance to train with a Jedi Master.
As a new Episode VII: The Force Awakens trailer swept the Internet Thursday, Twitter launched a collection of Star Wars emojis.
Accessories company Roxo is launching a new licensed night light featuring imagery from Disney and Lucasfilm.
Toys R' Us stores across the U.S. and online are gearing up to bring fans to a galaxy far, far away with a year-long celebration in honor of the Star Wars saga.
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