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DCP launches Inside Out CP program

Disney Consumer Products has rolled out a wide range of consumer products to tie in with the June 19 theatrical release of Inside Out, the latest animated comedy-adventure pic to come out of Disney Pixar.
May 29, 2015

Disney Consumer Products has rolled out a wide range of consumer products to tie in with the June 19 theatrical release of Inside Out, the latest animated comedy-adventure pic to come out of Disney Pixar.

Directed by Oscar-winner Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc) and featuring Saturday Night Live alums Bill Hader and Amy Poehler, the film is about an 11-year-old girl whose emotions, HQ’d all together in her brain, are plunged into chaos when she’s uprooted to move to a new home.

A product assortment bringing to life the various emotions featured in the film—joy, sadness, anger, disgust, fear—from top-tier licensees including Tomy, Freeze, Mighty Fine, KIDdesigns, UGG, Jay Franco, Random House and Chronicle Books is now available at US retail, Disney Store and DisneyStore.com.

On the toy front, master toy partner Tomy has created light-up figures (US$8.99) and an Inside Out headquarters playset (US$39.99), and Disney Store is offering light-up deluxe talking dolls (US$19.95, pictured) and a Tsum Tsum collection (US$4.95).

In the apparel and accessories category, meanwhile, there’s footwear from UGG (US$69.95 to US$144.95), caps by Concept One (US$12.99) and a sock set available at Disney Store (US$16.95).

Key merch in the novelties and tech space are scented pens from Scentco (US$3.99) and LED color-changing headphones by KIDdesigns (US$34.99), as well as a reversible bag (US$26.95), journal (US$16.95) and iPhone 5/5S case (US$19.95) from Disney Store.

Jay Franco is the key driver in home décor, with bed sets and window drapes (US$19.88 to US$199.00) and pillow buddies (US$31.92). MZB is also on board with an Inside Out alarm clock (US$19.99).

As for publishing, Disney Publishing Worldwide leads the way with a storybook set (US$12.99), a deluxe storybook and coloring books, while Random House is selling novels, novelty and activity and eBooks (US5.99 to US$9.99). 

 

 

 

 

 

About The Author
Patrick Callan is a senior writer at Kidscreen. He reports on the licensing and consumer products side of the global children's entertainment industry via daily news coverage and in-depth features. Contact Patrick at pcallan@brunico.com.

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