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Bandai America Incorporated on board as Warner Bros Consumer Products signs slate of licensees.

VEGAS 2013: Godzilla master toy and apparel deals inked

Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) has signed master toy partner Bandai America Incorporated for 2014 movie Godzilla.

Bandai will release action figures and play-sets inspired by the film from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, which hits cinemas on May 16th next year.

Additional licensees include NECA with gifts and novelties; Jakks Pacific with large scale figures; Bioworld with on-trend apparel; and Sideshow Collectibles with authentic statues. 

Trevco will also release a line of T-shirts and apparel, while Rubie’s will design Godzilla costumes for children and adults. Products inspired by the film will be available at retailers worldwide, with several products also available at www.WBShop.com.

Licensees will create product in a variety of categories including toys and figures, apparel and accessories, costumes, publishing and more. 

"We believe that our new theatrical film brings a bold new take on Godzilla that will energize and mobilise fans on a worldwide basis and like never before," said Joel Chiodi, Executive Vice President, Theatrical Marketing, Legendary Entertainment. 

"This licensing programme is an augmentation of the filmed entertainment experience, and while it will rally the powerful base, Godzilla the movie will introduce a whole new generation of fans to this franchise."

Brad Globe, President, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, added: “With an impressive and long-standing legacy that is known universally across all formats and multiple generations, Godzilla is one of the most iconic monsters to ever hit the silver screen. 

“As the ‘King of Monsters’ prepares to take the world by storm, we are working with our licensing partners on behalf of Legendary to create products that bring to life the spirit of epic adventures and imagination captured by this much-anticipated film.”

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