Jakks Pacific has released this image of its new, massive Godzilla figure measuring over 43 inches in length. Inspired by Warner Bros.‘ and Legendary Pictures’ upcoming Godzilla, the figure is now available at Toys “R” Us stores nationwide.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) enters this year’s American International Toy Fair with an extensive lineup of global licensees in support of its entertainment properties, milestone anniversaries, and upcoming theatrical releases.
Bandai America Inc. and Jakks Pacific Inc. will each support Godzilla, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, with new toy lines. Jakks’ line of Godzilla products will include an Ultimate Large Scale Godzilla Figure with 12 points of articulation and a length of over 43 inches, making it one of the largest toys in Godzilla history. Other worldwide partners include Rubie’s Costume Co., NECA, and Sideshow Collectibles.
WBCP’s toy partners will also release toys and collectibles based on The Hobbit Trilogy. The Bridge Direct and Vivid Group will support the film series with new figures. Additional partners include Eaglemoss, Funko, Kosmos, and Ravensburger.
The Wizard of Oz will celebrate its 75th anniversary with Mattel‘s new line of dolls for The Wizard of Oz Barbie collection. Enesco, Tonner Doll, and Madame Alexander will each offer collectible figures. Warner Bros. will also continue its There’s No Place Like Home campaign in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. Gone with the Wind will also mark its 75th anniversary with new collectible figures from Madame Alexander and Tonner Doll. Mattel will offer an anniversary Barbie collection and Enesco will introduce a stone resin figure. [Read more...]
As movie-goers wait with anticipation for the epic conclusion to the Dark Knight trilogy, Sakar International, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products on behalf of DC Entertainment, has announced the debut of its new line of Batman electronics and accessories to commemorate the release of Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ The Dark Knight Rises, which hits theaters and IMAX nationwide on July 20.
Kids of all ages will love being summoned to start their day with the Batman Alarm Clock Radio that projects the Bat-Signal on the wall or ceiling. Also sure to delight, the 3-in-1 Digital Camera offers still, video, and web-cam capability with three interchangeable face plates, while the Digital Video Recorder makes it quick and easy for users to film their own action scenes. The three-piece Batman Adventure Kit includes adventure necessities, such as a 35mm camera, flashlight, and binoculars. No super hero is complete without a stealthy communication device, and Sakar’s set of two Batman Walkie Talkies keep everyone in contact with push-to-talk buttons and built-in Morse code options.
Available at Toys R Us, the Batman product line features vibrant, high-resolution graphics and durable construction to withstand any high-flying super hero adventure.
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Warner Bros. Consumer Products has awarded the worldwide master toy and game licensing rights for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: There and Back Again to The Bridge Direct, Inc. The Bridge will develop an array of products inspired by the two films, which is directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings).
The line will include action figures, play sets, and role play accessories such as basic action figures, adventure packs, beast packs, highly detailed collector figures, a basic Sting sword, a basic Orcrist sword, a Dwarven battle axe, and a Deluxe Sting sword that features a blue glow just like in the film. The line is expected to debut at retail stores in fall 2012, prior to the December 14 release of the first film.
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