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Rubie’s Costume Company is planning a raft of new costumes, accessories, wigs and masks inspired by Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, which hits theaters May 1.
Breakthrough Entertainment has appointed Antares Licensing to spearhead worldwide licensing efforts for its live-action kids' comedy "Max and Shred."
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has partnered with Global Experience Specialists to develop a touring exhibition based on the film Avatar.
DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation, Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Mattel have joined forces to launch a new superhero brand aimed at girls.
The first-ever flagship Nickelodeon Store will open to the public in London’s Leicester Square May 30 with a large array of exclusive products.
SpongeBob SquarePants is on his way to the Galeveston, Texas, educational theme park Moody Gardens in a new 4D attraction that will debut in May.
The NFL Players Association's top-selling player, Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, will host the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards.
AT&T U-verse is bringing the Disney subscription-video-on-demand service, Disney Story Central, to TV screens across the country.
Tohokushinsha Film Corporation has taken the Japanese television and distribution rights for ITVS GE's "Thunderbirds Are Go" in Japan.
MarVista Entertainment has acquired the Latin American distribution rights to Dentsu Entertainment USA's animated series "Little Battlers eXperience."
Saban Brands’ animated preschool series “Julius Jr.” has been picked up by Nick Jr. for a second season in the U.S.
Nickelodeon has teamed up with Insight Editions for a new book that tells the complete, never-before-told story of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Cartoon Network Enterprises has announced plans for the third installment in the mathematical “Adventure Time” video game series.
Nickelodeon has made a slew of sales to free-to-air broadcasters in Latin America.
Zodiak Kids and game developer Cupcake Digital have released a new Tickety Toc app based on the preschool series.
Nickelodeon has announced the nominees and categories for the inaugural Kids' Choice Sports awards show.
Cupcake Digital and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment have released a new app based on “Tree Fu Tom.”
Rocket Licensing has tapped C&M Licensing to develop a range of Q Pootle 5 apparel in the U.K. and Ireland.
NBCUniversal has signed four new licensees for “The Biggest Loser” for a variety of products designed to reinforce the healthy living franchise.
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