After a string of successes — “Transformers,” “G.I. Joe” and most recently “Ouija” — Hasbro has promoted its filmed entertainment chief Stephen Davis to the newly created role of executive VP, chief…
After spending the past seven years launching film franchises based on its toys and games like Transformers and G.I. Joe, and setting up other movies like "Monopoly," "Candy Land" and "Risk," Hasbro…
Hasbro Studios’ upcoming animated series “Transformers: Robots in Disguise” has a new home: Cartoon Network. The series had originally been set to debut on Discovery Family, formerly The Hub, in…
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A worthy but faintly dull civics/history lesson directed by Stephen Frears at his most televisual.
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Netflix is getting more kids' stuff through expanded pact with toymaker Hasbro, as Internet streaming player stands to steal away even more viewers from traditional children's cable nets like…
With Hasbro increasing exposure for its toys through films, TV and online shorts, the company is putting oversight of its various entertainment divisions under Hasbro Studios president Stephen Davis.
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