Sony Pictures Consumer Products to Unveil Slate of Products

In tandem with forthcoming film and television launches, Sony Pictures Consumer Products will unveil a lineup of licensees and product launches designed to bring key properties to life.
License Global Logo
License Global

June 15, 2023

Sony Pictures Entertainment booth at Licensing Expo
Sony Pictures Entertainment booth at Licensing ExpoLicense Global

Sony Pictures Consumer Products

returned to

Licensing Expo 2023

to celebrate a roster of new content from IPs such as Ghostbusters and Gran Turismo, and new IPs with continually growing followings such as Cobra Kai, The Boys and Gen V. In celebration, the consumer product division will unveil fresh collaborations and product launches for its flagship portfolio of film, television, entertainment and video gaming franchises; it will also gear up for a milestone 40th anniversary year for not one – but two – of its most iconic properties, Ghostbusters and The Karate Kid.

In 2023, Sony Pictures Consumer Products continues to lay the framework for fan engagement through strategic collaborations and by reimagining its breadth of franchises, many of which are set to come to life on the big screen through feature films and renewed television series in 2023 and 2024.

Ghostbusters, from Sony Pictures Entertainment, approaches an incredibly exciting chapter, with an upcoming milestone 40-year anniversary

in 2024. The lead-up will include all new content, including a sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and two new offerings from Sony Pictures Animation – the first-ever Ghostbusters animated movie and a Ghostbusters animated series – both currently in development. The sequel will return the franchise back to New York City where the first 1984 movie took place.

Following suit, 2024 will also mark the 40th anniversary of the beloved The Karate Kid franchise. A new feature film will be released in June of 2024.

And next year, Sony Pictures will unveil a program commemorating the 40th anniversaries of the iconic The Karate Kid and Ghostbusters franchises.

Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry.

Join 62,000+ members. Yes, it’s completely free.

You May Also Like




This site uses cookies to provide you with the best user experience possible. By using License Global, you accept our use of cookies.