The four sequels will follow on December 18th, 2020, December 17th, 2021, December 20th, 2024 and December 19th, 2025.
As part of his new role, D’Alfonso will oversee creative advertising efforts for the studio’s worldwide theatrical releases.
As the countdown continues for the new chapter in Ridley Scott’s Alien sci-fi thriller, Alien: Covenant, fans across the globe will be celebrating the big day via a live streaming event, worldwide screenings, new product launches and more.
Dubbed Atlantis, the project is expected to focus on Williams’ younger life in Virginia Beach, with a range of songs.
Landing this month, the anew collection features three designs, including Bart and Crossbone, Springfield Character Wrap and Colour Block.
Ice Age Baby at Lidl will incorporate character favourites Scat, Sid, Peaches and Julien in their original pencil drawing form to give the range a softer look.
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A new leadership outfit will report to the recently named president of CP, Jim Fielding.
The industry veteran will oversee licensing, product development and new business opportunities in the consumer retail space.
“We’ve been having endless amounts of fun collaborating with our friends at DC Entertainment and this new crossover only ups the ante,” said BOOM! Studios editor-in-chief, Matt Gagnon.
The new licensing program Made in Springfield will launch in Europe, and will expand across the globe in 2017.
Sandra Vauthier-Cellier, senior vice president, Fox Consumer Products, EMEA, tells Licensing.biz about the licensing potential for the likes of Bob's Burgers, The Simpsons, Ice Age and Marilyn Monroe, as well as what next year's Alien: Covenant and War for the Planet of the Apes have in store for the licensing space.
Stories will work across the studio's portfolio, including Empire, Prison Break and The Simpsons.
The collection includes a flyaway cardigan with a text design that reads 'Stay Peculiar'.
The animated programme began airing on the channel this February and has since attracted up to 1.2 million viewers. ITV2 has been championed as delivering the show to a new generation of fans.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has developed a design led collection based on the portfolio of 12 Fox-owned Hollywood film titles featuring Marilyn Monroe.
“We’re huge fans of Empire and our customers love it too,” said Kate Horton, SVP, general merchandising manager at Torrid.
In the UK, Trademark Products and GB Eye are already on board for the animated series.
Fans of the TV show will be able to purchase a range of bracelets and necklaces that have been inspired by Cookie and Luscious Lyon.
Guests will journey through the Murder House from series one, the Freak Show from series four and the Hotel from series five.