Hitting Netflix September 1, the next chapter in Mattel’s storied franchise finds Barbie embarking on a musical summer adventure in the Big Apple, where she meets her new best friend, Barbie!
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The next chapter in Mattel’s storied franchise finds Barbie embarking on a musical summer adventure in the Big Apple, where she meets her new best friend, Barbie!; coming to Netflix in September.
New projects based on the popular franchise include an animated series and live-action musical set to hit Nick platforms in 2022.
Mattel’s timeless, iconic character is back again with a message that helps kids focus on empowerment, self-discovery and finding their voice in the age of social media.
New television programs in development based on Mattel’s beloved portfolio of franchises and characters as well as new IP across a range of genres.
In one of the biggest global licensing deals of its kind, IMG Worlds of Legends will include characters from global brands from Nickelodeon, Ubisoft, Saban Brands, Mattel, Toei Animation, Cartoon Network, and more.
Exclusive SVOD deal which encompassing the rights of the Barbie movie catalogue for the next seven years is announced at MIPCOM 2016.
Ahead of MIPCOM, Mattel Creations presents new kids content slate including a special and two new series for Barbie and brand-new show ‘Enchantimals.’
Mattel Creations takes off in advance of MIPTV with greenlight of ‘WellieWishers’ animated series from American Girl and new broadcast deals for Barbie ‘Dreamtopia’ TV movie.
Iconic portfolio includes ‘Barbie,’ ‘Hot Wheels,’ ‘Fireman Sam,’ ‘Monster High,’ ‘Thomas & Friends,’ ‘Bob the Builder,’ and Fisher-Price brands including the new first series of ‘Little People.’
Paul Feig's ‘Ghostbusters’ remake is moved up one week to July 15, 2016; Stephen King adaptation ‘The Dark Tower’ is set for January 13, 2017.
Turner’s premier kids channels to air more than 800 minutes of Mattel content including movies, features and short-form content for Barbie, Monster High, Hot Wheels and Max Steel across Latin America.
Projects in development include live-action comedy feature at Sony based on toymaker Mattel’s popular doll, Barbie.