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Rocket Licensing scouting toy partners for 2018 blockbuster Pacific Rim Uprising

Pacific Rim Uprising is the 2018 follow up to the blockbuster movie Pacific Rim and is scheduled for release in March next year. The title features the likes of John Boyega, Scott Eastwood and Charlie Day.
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Independent licensing firm, Rocket Licensing is looking to secure toy partners for Legendary Entertainment’s Pacific Rim Uprising and Lost in Space.

Pacific Rim Uprising is the 2018 follow up to the blockbuster movie Pacific Rim and is scheduled for release in March next year. The title features the likes of John Boyega, Scott Eastwood and Charlie Day.

Meanwhile, Lost in Space is a modern day remake of the 1960s science fiction series of the same name.

A Marquee Netflix original title with a planned release date of June 2018, the show updates the 1960s concept for a modern audience.

Rocket Licensing is looking to secure toy, poster and apparel partners for both new properties.

Charlie Donaldson, joint managing director of Rocket Licensing, said: “Legendary Entertainment has already made a major impact in the entertainment industry with a strong portfolio of exciting, inventive and memorable creations for TV, film, digital media and comics.

“The licensing potential of proven hits like Pacific Rim and future favourites like Lost in Space is exceptionally strong. We are looking forward enormously to working with this dynamic and innovative company and its thrilling brands.”

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