NFT & metaverse trademarks filed for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Slime & Mean Girls


  • Viacom International filed trademarks for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • Viacom International filed trademarks for Nickelodeon SLIME too.
  • Paramount Pictures filed trademarks for the comeback of Mean Girls in the form of crypto-collectibles and NFTs.

Popular teen comedy Mean Girls is prepared for a web3 comeback upon filing trademarks. The trademarks are filed by Paramount Pictures with plans to take the brand ahead into crypto-collectibles.

As shared on Twitter by trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis, two applications have been filed by Paramount on September 7. 

The filings applications cover downloadable multimedia files featuring artwork validated by NFTs and downloadable virtual goods along with NFTs and crypto-collectibles. Transferring as well as accessing NFTs, crypto-collectibles and application tokens are also covered in the application. 

A day before, Viacom International, a mass media conglomerate, also filed two almost same trademark applications to outgrow the The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand in the virtual world.

Mike Kondoudis took to Twitter to share the news.

On the same day, Viacom International filed two other similar trademark applications for Nickelodeon SLIME. 

Today NFT News reported in July when Nickelodeon announced 12 NFTs drop on OpenSea

Recently, we also covered how trademark applications for NFTs, crypto and metaverse spiked in 2022 as compared to 2021. The reason behind the massive increase is more and more companies being in a hurry to acquire a part of the web3 and join the innovative space. Coming to other recent trademarks in the metaverse and NFT world, they range from brands like Hermes, Sony Music Entertainment, Ford to Formula One and more.