Disney toys for the young adult demographic are getting a makeover as part of a push to sell more toys to kids.
The company is making toys that are both more “realistic” and more “glamorous” in a bid to appeal to more boys than girls.
While the company is still pushing for boys to buy more toys, the new toys are more focused on the younger and younger generations.
Disney said its new line of toys are “a new way for the company to help us create fun, safe, and engaging experiences for kids and young adults.”
In addition, the company will be introducing a new product line called “Toy with a Purpose,” which will include dolls, books, and other products.
There are two different “Toy With a Purpose” line of products: One is a series of toy that is made to help children learn.
In this line, Disney has a line of toy called “Cookie Monster,” which is a doll that is designed to be played with and the toys are made to look cute.
Another line of the toy line is called “The Princess and the Frog,” a doll with a butterfly motif that looks like a frog, and the toy is made for kids ages 2-9.
It will be available for pre-order starting on December 1.
In an interview with CNBC, Disney CEO Bob Iger said the new line is aimed at giving the company more opportunities to reach children.
“We’re not a company that’s going to say ‘We’re going to do a $100 million, 10-year strategy,’ ” he said.
“We’re doing it for our children.”
Disney also announced plans to launch a new line called the “My Little Pony Princess and The Frog,” which looks like an original My Little Pony character with a princess motif.
Iger said Disney has been experimenting with new ways to reach the young market in order to grow its business.
He said the company would launch two new toys, “The Adventures of Tintin” and “My Magic Pony,” that look similar to Tintan and the ponies that the characters appear in.
Also in December, Disney is launching a new “My Best Friend’s World” line.
A Disney spokesperson told CNN that the new lines will feature characters from My Little Princesses.
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