DreamWorks Studios and Paramount Pictures have signed My Idolpops to make The Adventures of Tintin lollipops to support the film's Dec. 21 release.
My Idolpops uses custom designed proprietary molds to create pops in the shape of licensed brands, characters or logos.
"My Idolpops' U.S.-made products are gaining ground in an increasing number of channels as retailers learn about the Company's unique products," says Steven Liberman, who heads business development efforts for My Idolpops. "We are seeing healthy sell-through in an increasing number of locations ranging from dedicated candy retailers like It'sugar, including its F.A.O. Schwarz and Toys 'R' Us locations in Times Square, to mass convenience outlets like 7-Eleven."