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MLGPC confirms first-look deal with The Nacelle Company

Published on: 5th November 2020

MLGPC is a toy and entertainment licensing agency best known for bringing Fugglers to market with the help of Spin Master.

MLGPC Nacelle

Toronto based licensing agency, MLGPC has inked a one-year, first-look deal with The Nacelle Company that will see MLGPC identifying toy properties for Nacelle’s development and production slate.

MLGPC founder and CEO, Michael Goodman, commented: “After I watched the first season of The Toys That Made Us I knew we had to work with Nacelle. It doesn’t hurt that their CEO, Brian Volk Weiss, is an absolute visionary leading the charge of bringing some truly beloved toy lines back into the spotlight. We’re honoured to be included in Nacelle’s expansion in this direction and feel lucky to have the opportunity to work with Brian and his incredible team on helping to identify some classic toy lines for television, film and streamers.”

MLGPC is a toy and entertainment licensing agency best known for bringing Fugglers to market with the help of Spin Master and currently represents a slew of new and classic toy lines like Werepups, Weird Ohs, Big Wheel, Robo Force, Power Lords, Great Garloo, Marx Toys and several others. In addition, MLGPC currently handles the licensing for Troma Entertainment (The Toxic Avenger, Toxic Crusaders & Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.).

The Nacelle Company is behind such projects such as Netflix’s Down to Earth with Zac Efron, The Toys That Made Us, The Movies That Made Us, BET+’s All the Way Black as well as Behind the Attraction on Disney +.

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