What holiday toys generate the best social media buzz? To find out, Brand Chorus analyzed the biggest sellers from online retailers Amazon, Toys "R" Us and Target to create a […]
Disney's Frozen is coming to messaging apps in sticker form. The animated blockbuster has been merchandised, advertised, digitized—and now there's a licensing deal to bring the characters to apps like BlackBerry Messenger and Kik.
Like many parents, I've been seeing (or at least hearing) a lot of Frozen lately. And while I enjoyed it enough the first time around, the film's odd logic doesn't always hold up under multiple viewings.
The animated hit Frozen was a blockbuster in theaters, and that translates into views for anything Disney princess-related online. Two Frozen-themed videos were at the top of last week’s digital video charts, according to VidIQ’s numbers. The No. 1 online video, with 3.8 million views, featured a slew of real-life Disney princesses singing Frozen songs.
Until recently, your kid’s brain has been the best place to stage battles between Spider-Man and Skeletor. But technology has made this a brave new world, and digital architects have built a whole new arena. Gaming has come to toy town.
Kids TV and movie brands have a tricky relationship with YouTube. And generally, studios are very careful not to release too much content on the Web from current in-release movies.
As Hunger Games: Catching Fire lights up the box office this weekend, recall 2007's The Golden Compass.