Disney’s decision to release “Mulan” digitally for $30 is another blow for movie exhibitors struggling in the face of theater closures and consumer health anxieties.
Tune in to the next episode of the Licensing Mixtape to hear about the current state of cinema and what might come next for the movie business.
Swarovski, Mattel and Reebok among multiple companies that have signed on to make “Wonder Woman 1984” products.
This is the film’s first-ever licensed board game for the classic horror film franchise.
Universal and AMC have agreed to a new deal that will allow films to hit PVOD after being in theaters for just 17 days.
This is the latest collection in Unique Vintage’s slate of Warner Bros. collaborations.
From upcoming debuts to virtual production, the movie industry is beginning to re-open in the face of national uncertainty.
The streaming media leader has shared the list of its most popular original titles for the first time.
ZAG and On Kids & Family have inked a deal to stream a pair of animated TV movies for the “Miraculous” franchise on Disney Plus.
Multiple themed games have been released by The Op.