CLC to develop licensing roster for Black Hawk Down, Pet Detective and more

Revolution Studios has signed Creative Licensing Corporation as its worldwide merchandise licensing agent across it film and TV library.

Titles in the library include properties produced by the studio such as xXx, Black Hawk Down, White Chicks and Daddy Day care.

It also covers titles recently acquired by Revolution Studios, such as Morgan Creek International’s Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Major League and GK’s The Tourist.

“This relationship allows us to continue to develop and exploit our film and television titles so they’ll reach an even larger audience worldwide,” said Revolution Studios CEO Vince Totino.

“This is the perfect way to bring even more exposure to the Revolution Studios Library.”

CLC will now develop worldwide licensing programmes for Revolution Studio’s large library of films and TV series, with categories expected to cross apparel, art posters, accessories, collectable figures, games, gaming graphic novels, live events, publishing and more.

“Revolution Studios has a vast array of iconic, award-winning films that are a natural fit in our portfolio,” said CLC’s Rand Marlis.

“The initial interest has already proven strong and we are looking forward to our burgeoning partnership with the Revolution team.”

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