Licensing

Star Wars: The Last Jedi writer-director Rian Johnson offered a new trilogy “blank canvas”.

The Jim Henson Company to develop a series based on IAmElemental female action figures.

Sinco toys to produce plush, figurines, playsets, vehicles, games and puzzles alongside arts and crafts products for family brands Shaun the Sheep, and Timmy Time.

Hasbro confirms fan event will return in September 2018.

The new season will be a ten-week run of 50-minute episodes, kicking off with an hour-long show for its opener.

The Hey Duggee Cinema Experience will feature brand new episodes and exclusive never-before-seen content sure to have the small fry to dancing, singing and grooving along.

Teenage Dora the Explorer to move to the city to live with her cousin Diego.

Lego Dimensions has become the latest casualty in the toys-to-life category, a once-burning-brightly sector that is rapidly going dark.

Melbourne-based agency is now the new home for enduring family favourites, Enid Blyton and Aardman.

Cityneon to open the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. experience at Federation Square in Melbourne.

Spanning categories like digital, factual, preschool and animation, this year’s 28 nominees hail from 16 countries.

Merchantwise Licensing agency to represent Molang; Ugly Dolls; and leverage Popeye the Sailorman's staying power.

Children’s shows with international appeal have accelerated growth in viewership.

Toy & Hobby Retailer rounds up the deals announced at Brand Licensing Europe 2017.

Mattel has sealed a multi-territory deal with the Simba Dickie Group as its new master toy partner for Bob the Builder products.