An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Sony Pictures Entertainment and Mattel are teaming up to give Barbie her first-ever live-action feature film.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has collected a full slate of partners for the upcoming feature film Godzilla.
DreamWorks Animation is expanding its partnership with licensing agency Compañía Panamericana de Licencias to Brazil.
Dylan’s Candy Bar has launched a limited edition candy collection to celebrate the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has partnered with Shout! Factory and Screenvision for a new feature film based on its TV series, “Slugterra.”
PGS Entertainment has sold the animated series “Chaplin & Co” to more than 100 territories worldwide.
Disney Interactive and Disney Channel have teamed with Little Orbit to develop video games based on Planes: Fire & Rescue and the tween telenovela “Violetta.”
Disney Publishing Worldwide is planning four new books based on the original Star Wars film trilogy in anticipation of Star Wars: Episode VII.
Kellogg Company is getting in on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 action with a new game app that let’s players step into the world of the upcoming
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has opened its first dedicated office in Asia and appointed Pinky David as vice president, Asia Pacific.
Brooks Brothers has released a capsule collection of apparel and accessories inspired by Warner Bros.’ The Great Gatsby.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has announced a full lineup of licensees in support of the upcoming sequel, The Smurfs 2.
Disney Channel has unveiled plans for its new original movie Teen Beach Movie, including a full product program.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has signed a slate of global licensees for its upcoming film Godzilla.
Disney Consumer Products is releasing an assortment of products in support of the Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer Films The Lone Ranger, which hits theaters July 3.
The LEGO Group has unveiled a full lineup up of licensing partners for the upcoming The LEGO Movie.
DreamWorks Animation has named Marjorie Cohn as its first-ever head of television as the studio expands its TV efforts.
Knockout Licensing has been appointed by the production company The Asylum to launch a licensing program for its movies.
The Hallmark Channel will debut a new original movie based on Scholastic’s book series, Dear Dumb Diary, Sept. 6.
Canadian fashion brand RW&CO. has teamed up with actor Hayden Christensen for a menswear capsule collection.
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