Jada Toys Releases ‘Wednesday-’ Inspired Remote Control

Thing R/C hand features movements and USB technology.

License Global

June 7, 2024

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The Thing R/C toy, Jada Toys
The Thing R/C toyJada Toys

Jada Toys, a manufacturer of premium collectibles, has announced a one-of-a-kind Thing R/C, produced under license from Amazon MGM Studios.

Following the launch of the MGM Television produced series, “Wednesday,” on Netflix, Jada is bringing fans of the series this new R/C inspired by Wednesday’s trusty sidekick, Thing. Jada’s Thing R/C is easy to use with a remote-control toggle that allows it to crawl forward, backward, left and right, and includes USB technology for easy recharging.

“The Thing R/C is the perfect addition to our innovative pop-culture R/C collection,” says Bill Simons, chief executive officer, Jada Toys. “As we continue to grow and deliver unstoppable opportunities of imaginative play for Jada fans and collectors alike, we remain true to the Jada roots with meticulous attention to detail and mastery.”

Suitable for fans ages 8 and up, The Thing R/C is available for presale at Amazon, Entertainment Earth and Big Bad Toy Store. The Thing R/C is the first item to be released under Jada’s newest license from Amazon MGM Studios. Additional “Wednesday” collectibles will be announced later.

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