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Spin Master Casts Spell as Newest Wizarding World Toy Licensee

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Spin Master will create toys for the “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” franchises.

Spin Master has entered into a global licensing agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products as the new toy licensee for the Wizarding World franchise.  

Spin Master will develop Wizarding World products based on the “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” films including dolls, figures and accessories, playsets, select vehicles, games, feature plush and role play/dress up categories.

“The Wizarding World is a fan favorite, and we are excited to be growing our relationship with Spin Master who will bring innovation to the merchandise within the franchise for the constantly growing, worldwide fan community,” says Robert Oberschelp, senior vice president, global brand product, Warner Bros. Consumer Products.

The first toys from the partnership are expected to hit shelves in fall 2021. Products would debut ahead of the release of the third entry in the “Fantastic Beats” franchise which is scheduled to hit theaters in 2022.

“Spin Master is all about creating magical experiences for kids through innovative toys, entertainment and digital platforms,” says John Blaney, senior vice president, licensing, Spin Master.  “We are thrilled to expand on our existing relationship with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and can’t wait to unveil our innovative toys, inspired by the stories and characters from the ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts’ movies, for kids and fans of all ages around the world.”

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