Fifteen years after its TV debut on Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants remains an international pop culture icon with expanded merchandise lines and new collaborations.
The first trailer for the upcoming Peanuts was released Tuesday, leaked online by Iconix.
Bulldog Licensing has announced a new collaboration with Iconic Images, an international photography owner and distributor in publishing and the contemporary art market.
Cartamundi has announced the debut of three new Shuffle games: Disney's Frozen, Pixar Cars and a Monopoly Deal Disney Edition.
Textiles company Dreamtex has created a line of bedding inspired by Paddington Bear to coincide with the feature film, which hits theaters Nov. 28.
Fangirl fashion company Her Universe has released a collection of Darth Vader jewelry.
There are a multitude of reasons why a Hasbro/DreamWorks merger makes sense, not only from a financial viewpoint, but also from a practical business and synergistic perspective. Here are 10.
Netflix announced that episodes of the upcoming kids' series "All Hail King Julien," a spin-off of DreamWorks Animations' Madagascar, will be released in installments.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA has appointed Pizzatoon as its first-ever licensing representative in North Africa.
DHX Media has partnered with China National Television to launch a new streaming service featuring DHX children’s content across multiple platforms nationally in China.
Lionsgate is bringing the blockbuster Hunger Games franchise to the stage in partnership with Dutch media company Imagine Nation and the U.S.-based Triangular Entertainment.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have announced the newest addition to the LEGO video game series–“LEGO The Hobbit.”
Zak Designs is getting ready for Marvel Entertainment’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with a line of mealtime products for kids.
Kidz Bop is teaming with Universal Studios Hollywood to launch its 25th album today with a national contest to celebrate the upcoming Despicable Me ride.
PGS Entertainment has made its first international sale for the first installation of the TV movie trilogy Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 to ABC TV in Australia.
Centerstage Brands International has tapped Univision Communications to license the late Latin American movie star Pedro Infante in the U.S.
Paramount Pictures and Gary Sanchez Productions are planning a theatrical re-release of an all-new cut of Anchorman 2.
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix are adding to the slate of original series that will be available exclusively on the Internet TV streaming service.
C3 Entertainment licensee RRParks Cards is planning an extensive Three Stooges trading card set.
HarperCollins Children's Books has acquired global English-language rights to a new book from 1958’s A Bear Called Paddington author, Michael Bond.
Harley-Davidson and Marvel Entertainment are holding a contest to find the star of a brand-new digital franchise.
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