The anime series ‘Yo-Kai Watch’ has taken Japan by storm. Now the brand is looking west, with plans to launch across Europe, the Americas and Australia/New Zealand.
DreamWorks Animation has extended its relationship with The Leomil Group to include apparel and accessories. for the upcoming feature film Trolls.
Mark Caplan has been promoted to senior vice president of global consumer products for Sony Pictures Consumer Products.
Entertainment One has appointed the first licensing partners for Steven Spielberg’s big-screen adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl novel The BFG.
The force of reading will be strong at thousands of regional and international storytelling events Saturday for Star Wars Reads Day.
Men’s accessories company Cufflinks has collaborated with Lucasfilm and DC Comics to create a boys' neckwear collection.
In a move to expand its current output of content for kids and families, Universal Pictures created the Universal Kids Productions group.
Former Warner Bros., Sony Pictures and FremantleMedia executive Sander Schwartz will serve as president of the kids' social media network Grom Social.
DRi Licensing is gearing up for the Roald Dahl Centenary in 2016 with plans for events next year and an array of new licensed products.
CBS has teamed with Genera Games to release a new 'Star Trek' puzzle adventure game for iOS and Android devices.
King Features Syndicate is readying comic book hero Flash Gordon for takeoff with a lineup of new international and domestic licensing partners.
Haim Saban, founder of Saban Brands, writer and director Chris Columbus, and Jeremy Zag have joined forces to launch Zag Animation Studios.
Textiles company Dreamtex has created a line of bedding inspired by Paddington Bear to coincide with the feature film, which hits theaters Nov. 28.
This holiday season the TV special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is celebrating its 50th with a number of activations both on and off the TV screen.
DreamWorks Animation has appointed two veteran producers, Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria, as co-presidents of its feature animation division.
Walmart will be the official retail destination of Nickelodeon's upcoming movie, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water, which opens in theaters Feb. 6.
Fox Animation, the studio behind the Ice Age and Rio franchises, has secured the motion pictures rights to the iconic Mr. Men Little Miss characters.
To celebrate the release of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, Nickelodeon is launching an exclusive collection of apparel at retailer Forever 21.
Imangi Studios has teamed up with the daughter of Bruce Lee, to introduce the martial artist and film star as a playable character in the game app "Temple Run 2."
DreamWorks Animation will promote its upcoming new film Home at all 15 Intu shopping centers in the U.K. with a brand immersion campaign.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products and LAFIG Belgium, the official licensor of the Smurfs brand, have renewed Jakks Pacific's as the master toy licensee for the franchise.
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