Star Wars Rebels interactive figures, R/C toys and die cast cars on the way

Disney partners with Thinkway Toys and Mattel on the new lines.
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Star Wars Rebels interactive figures, radio-controlled products and die-cast cars and track sets are set to hit shelves later this year and in 2015.

Disney has signed a deal with Thinkway for a line of Star Wars Rebels interactive figures, available in stores across Europe from autumn 2015.

The range includes 41cm tall Kanan, The Inquisitor and Zeb figures, each boasting original voice, movement, SFX and lights features. The line also includes a radio-controlled version of the key ship in Star Wars Rebels, the Ghost.

The Star Wars Hot Wheels line from Mattel includes eight basic die-cast cars, 18 iconic character cars, a commemorative classic Death Star track set and gift packs.

The products feature characters from Star Wars Rebels and the entire Star Wars saga.

The new Hot Wheels Star Wars Starships introduces 30 authentic Star Wars spaceships, a handheld deluxe flyer and assorted portable starship play sets.

Star Wars Hot Wheels and Star Wars Starships will be available at retail across Europe starting in autumn 2014.

“Star Wars Rebels is one of our most highly-anticipated series in recent years, and will explore an exciting, largely undocumented time period of Star Wars history when the oppressive Empire has ignited the spark of a rebellion,” said Simon Philips,executive vice president and general manager, Consumer Products, The Walt Disney Company EMEA.

“The fantastic level of detail and high-quality tech of the Star Wars Rebels interactive figures and radio-controlled products will ensure they become another ‘must have’ for Star Wars fans of all ages. We are also delighted to introduce fans to the unique and never-before-seen cars and track sets, allowing fans to play out epic stories with their favourite Star Wars characters.”

Star Wars Rebels debuts on Disney XD on Monday, October 13th in 33 languages across 163 countries in over 400 million households.

These new Star Wars figures, diecast cars and track sets from Thinkway Toys and Mattel make a great addition to the fantastic range of Star Wars products available.


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