As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has lined up a roster of domestic and international licensees for The Mortal Instruments film.
Entertainment One has unveiled a raft of U.K. partners for its upcoming feature, Justin and the Knights of Valour.
CBS Consumer Products has tapped Rubie’s Costume Company for Star Trek Into Darkness costumes.
Marvel Entertainment has signed a trio of new apparal partners for next summer’s film Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy.
Walt Disney Studios unveiled new details about its upcoming animation and live-action slate last weekend at the D23 fan Expo.
Knockout Licensing has been appointed by the production company The Asylum to launch a licensing program for its movies.
General Media Communications, publisher of Penthouse, is planning its first adult nightclub under its Caligula brand.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has created a mobile game for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
Winning Moves U.K. has released licensed Monsters University editions of Top Trumps and Monopoly Junior.
Disney hosted its bi-annual fan event, D23, this past weekend in Anaheim, Calif., with a full schedule of events.
Disney Consumer Products has rolled out an extensive product collection for Monsters University.
French retailer FNAC is featuring Despicable Me 2 at its Paris store today, in a live event coordinated by CPLG France.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Cryptozoic Entertainment are planning an expansion to the The Lord of the Rings card game.
Disney/Pixar’s Monster University toys are already coming in as the fifth largest toy license in the U.K. after the film's July 12 release.
The Topps Company has announced an addition to its upcoming Mars Attacks: Invasion card set.
One Direction: This is Us ousted Lee Daniel’s The Butler for the top spot at the U.S. box office over Labor Day weekend.
Rovio Entertainment released the sequel app “Angry Birds Star Wars II” Wednesday alongside a range of interactive figures from Hasbro.
LucasArts and Disney Mobile have teamed up with NimbleBit for the cross-over app "Star Wars: Tiny Death Star.”
Activision Publishing and Marvel Entertainment are planning a follow-up Spider-Man video game for spring 2015.
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