Ahead of the release of “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” later this year, License Global exclusively reveals Lucasfilm’s licensees and product categories related to the movie.

Ian Hart, Senior Digital Editor U.K. & EMEA

January 11, 2023

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Lucasfilm has announced a list of licensees that it will be working with for the forthcoming “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” movie, the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, which is slated for release in June. 

 Retailers and consumers can expect products across a variety of categories including toys, plush, collectibles, costumes, stationery, consumables, consumer electronics, apparel, accessories, footwear, home and more, with all product lines set to further the Indiana Jones story for fans of all ages. 

The news follows last year’s announcement that Hasbro had extended its relationship with Lucasfilm to develop products based on the Indiana Jones franchise.

Confirmed Licensee categories for “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny”:


  • Hasbro, Funko


  • Loungefly, Dorfman Pacific, Bioworld, Monogram, Sales One, RockLove Jewelry


  • RSVLTS, Reyn Spooner, Costumes, Jazwares


  • Build-a- Bear


  • New Zealand Mint, Gentle Giant, Regal Robot, ACME Archives

In addition, licensees are yet to be confirmed in the consumer electronics, consumables, stationery, footwear, apparel and home categories. 

“Our products are a tangible extension of the stories fans know and love,” says Paul Southern, senior vice president, franchise and licensing, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Studios, Disney Consumer Products, Games and Publishing. “With this product assortment, we endeavored to celebrate both the classic Indiana Jones films, with those iconic characters and environments that have engaged fans for over 40 years, while also carving out space to introduce the new characters, vehicles and places fans will discover in ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’ this summer.” 

Two of 2022’s most successful movies, “Jurassic World Dominion” and “Top Gun: Maverick” were deeply rooted in nostalgia and the Indiana Jones franchise, which began with “Raiders of the Lost Ark” in 1981, is no different.  

“For fans of classic Indiana Jones, the range of categories and licensees mentioned will largely honor classic Indiana Jones content with an assortment of goods,” adds Southern. “However, this is the first Indiana Jones installment in 15 years, so we know there is an appetite from existing fans for new and different merch to refresh their collections. But it’s also a chance to bring in new fans and introduce a new generation to the franchise. We hope the assortment of offerings ranging from adult to kids’ items will allow fans to relive and/or make their own Indiana Jones adventures at home.” 

There will be an array of “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” products across categories, which are set to be revealed closer to the film’s release. 

However, License Global can also exclusively reveal the first range of Hasbro products related to the movie. Click here for more.

About the Author(s)

Ian Hart

Senior Digital Editor U.K. & EMEA, License Global

Ian joined the License Global editorial team in May 2022 as digital editor for the U.K. and EMEA, becoming Senior Digital Editor in April 2023.

Ian is a huge fan of sports and entertainment brands and, as a father, toys and kids' brands are a large part of his life!

He has been at Informa (formerly UBM) since 2018, where he was previously the editor of SHP, a B2B digital publication aimed at health & safety professionals.

Ian studied journalism at university before spending seven years in online fantasy gaming. Prior to moving to Informa, Ian worked in B2B trade print media, in the automotive sector, working on various publications aimed at independent automotive technicians and parts distributors.

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