As Saban Brands celebrates its fifth anniversary, the company has grown from one iconic franchise to 11 brands and approaching $1 billion in retail sales worldwide.
In anticipation of the July 10 release of Universal's Minions, Build-A-Bear Workshop has debuted a collection of customizable Minions plush, featuring Kevin, Stuart and Bob.
Character World is developing ranges of bedroom textiles and accessories for three of this summer’s biggest blockbusters Ant-Man, Inside Out and Star Wars Episode VII.
Disney Store has opened the doors of its flagship store in Shanghai, China, which, at 5,000-square-meters, is the largest retail space of any Disney Store in the world.
U.K-based company Sambro has signed two new licensing deals to create products for Moose Toys Shopkins brand and Universal's Jurassic World.
Tactic Games has been granted rights to create games based on Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures' Despicable Me film franchise, including the upcoming prequel Minions.
The WWE Studios production company has secured a revolving credit facility worth $35 million with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
VIZ Media has named Brad Woods as its chief marketing officer.
Art company Dark Hall Mansion’s latest entry in its Seminal Film Series of limited edition prints is the 1933 classic film King Kong.
Big Red soda has announced a contest tied to the upcoming release of Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions' film Terminator Genisys.
New NFLPI licensees, entertainment brands line up for Licensing Expo; and Nickelodeon's "Blaze" arrives at Toys 'R' Us ... this is the news that shaped the week of May 11.
Fans of the “Angry Birds Star Wars II” game have scanned their Telepods figures into the game more than 30 million times.
It doesn’t get much more powerful than a Marvel superhero, and the company is capitalizing on that brand strength with a new strategy.
Toys ‘R’ Us is gearing up for summer movie season with toys, deals, digital content and events for the season’s anticipated kids’ blockbusters.
Novelty candy company CandyRific has expanded its license with Disney Consumer products to include characters from the animated film Frozen.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and Village Roadshow Theme Parks are developing Korea’s first international theme park and resort destination.
Rubie’s Costume Company has partnered with Nickelodeon to create officially-licensed costumes, masks and accessories based on the film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Halloween.
For the first-time ever, Transformers character Optimus Prime visited Northern Ireland last weekend to take part in the Belfast Ultimate Strongman Giant Weekend.
Canadian retailer Le Château has partnered with actress Lauren Holly for Lauren's Closet, an exclusive apparel collection launching this fall.
Even in a non-movie year, business is flourishing for Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA, and the company has a huge amount of new content in the pipeline.
Warner Bros. laid out an aggressive content strategy aimed at increasing profits while “doubling down on outstanding content” at a Time Warner investors meeting Wednesday.
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