Film & TV
Vize’s Adam Colp and James Oddy discuss working on classic horror brands like Universal Monsters, American Psycho and Stranger Things…
“We are passionate about tabletop gaming, and we wanted to create something that immerses you in the world of SAW – while also being a game you’ll want to regularly bring to the table,” said Luke Melia, designer of SAW: The Jigsaw Trials.
“In Tobias, we have found not only an outstanding business leader, but also someone who understands tonies’ vision, shares our values, and understands the importance of the tonies culture,” said tonies co-founder Marcus Stahl.
“YouTube is the ideal stage to bring everyone’s favourite Smashlings to life and connect with the younger digital generation,” said Mellany Welsh, VP of Nelvana Enterprises & Kids Can Press.
Germany’s Peppa Pig Park Günzburg – opening in 2024 – to boast five attractions and seven playgrounds
“We couldn‘t be happier to add this park as another meaningful way for families to create lifelong memories with Peppa and her friends,” said Matt Proulx, VP of Global Experiences, Partnerships and Music at Hasbro.
“We’ve got a lot more collectibles planned for launch during the first half of 2024, including classic vehicles from other shows,” said Anderson Entertainment MD Jamie Anderson.
As we preview a brand-new card from the upcoming Disney Lorcana: Rise of the Floodborn, artist Matthew Robert Davies discusses illustrating for Ravensburger’s acclaimed TCG.
“Creating Monster High versions of these beloved characters is a scream come true,” said Mattel’s Rebecca Shipman.
Funko Games’ Matt Christianson on bringing terror to the tabletop with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Slaughterhouse
Matt Christianson – Games Category Lead for Prospero Hall/Funko Games – discusses designing a game to make pulses pound.
From Universal Monsters to M3GAN: Paul Bufton on the year-round appeal of Universal’s horror portfolio
Paul Bufton – VP EMEA at Universal Products & Experiences – reveals what gives a scary movie brand potential.