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Up next from McDonald’s Happy Meal, collectible cups inspired from the upcoming LEGO Movie characters. McDonald’s Happy Meal LEGO MOVIE features 9 collectible character cups that included LEGO Batman, Uni Kitty, Badcop, Emmet, Wildstyle, Metal Beard, Vitruvius and Lord Business. Make sure you collect all 9 cups! The LEGO Movie hits theaters February 7, 2014. Check out Warner Bros. The LEGO Movie “Man of Plastic” newest featurette below.
The latest McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys for September feature the new hit Cartoon Network, animated series Beware the Batman! The new Beware the Batman Happy Meal Toys include at total of 8 collectible Batman figures and accessories. 1. Batman on Batcycle, 2. Wearable Batman eye mask, 4. Flying Batman figure, 5. Batman with Batclaw, and 6. A posable Beware of Batman figurine. Cartoon Network’s Beware the Batman is set in the earlier years of Bruce Wayne as the Batman. Butler, Alfred Pennyworth teaches Batman the robes of being a crime fighting assassin along with his god-daughter, Tatsu Yamashiro, Batman’s first partner in crime. You can catch Beware the Batman Saturdays at 10/9c on Cartoon Network DC Nation block. Which out of the new Beware the Batman Happy Meal Toys are you hoping to get your claws on?
Leave it up to McDonald’s to also be on the forefront of movie collaborations. McDonald’s latest Happy Meal Toys are collectible toys inspired by non-other than Sony Animation’s The Smurfs 2 animated feature film. And wow you thought the Despicable Me 2 toys were cool check out how many Smurfs there are to collect! The Smurfs 2 McDonald’s Happy Meal toys feature 14 Smurfs. 1/2. two variations of Smurfette (Katy Perry), 3. Papa Smurf (Jonathan Winters), 4. Brainy Smurf (Fred Armisen), 5. Gutsy Smurf (Alan Cumming), 6. Clumsy Smurf (Anton Yelchin), 7. Grouchy Smurf (George Lopez), 8. Vanity Smurf (John Oliver), 9. Party Planner Smurf (Kevin Lee), 10. Social Smurf (Mario Lopez), 11. Passive Aggressive Smurf (Jimmy Kimmel), and two “Naughty” Smurfs Vexy (Christina Ricci as Vexy) and Hackus (J. B. Smoove). Am I missing a Smurf? what? which one is number 14? is there a repeat? hm let me know! McDonald’s Smurfs 2 Happy Meal Toys will be hitting boxes starting July 31, 2013. The same date as the release of Smurfs 2. I do kinda wish they have a mini Gargamel and Azrael. Check more Smurfs below.
So happy to see that the Minion Madness will spilling over to McDonald’s Happy Meals with Despicable Me 2 toys starting July 2013. Collect all 9 minions! Purple Minion Babbler, Purple Minion Giggling, Tim Giggle Grabber, Dave Gadget Grabber, Phil Jelly Whistle, Tom Googly Eyes Grabber, Jerry Breakdancing, Stuart Light Up Grabber and Tim Giggling. I could be slightly off with the description since the minions vary based on country! some places are getting 12 variations! I used the McDonald’s commercial below as my guide.
Earlier this month I wrote about the latest McDonald’s Happy Toys featuring the latest characters from Blue Sky Studio’s Epic animated adventure film which dropped into theaters today. McDonald’s has released a commercial promoting the new Epic Happy Meal Toys check it out below. Get your Happy Meal of EPIC proportions now!
Blue Sky Studios animated movie Epic is coming to McDonald’s Happy Meal this June 2013. Epic is an upcoming 3D computer animated fantasy-adventure drama film based on William Joyce’s children book The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs. Watch for McDonald’s Epic Happy Meal Toys later this month and Make sure you see Epic the movie May 24, 2013.
Italian artist Roberto Vergati Santos takes superhero inspiration from DC and Marvel artist Admira Wijaya, Jim Lee, David Finch, Alex Ross, Derek Laufman, Ryan Meinerding, Alex Maleev, Gabriele Dell’Otto, Carlo Pagulayan, Jorge Pepelife, Adi Granov, Phil Noto…one step further. By rebranding these classic heroes he gives us a peek into the not so far future (give or take a superhero). There might be a day when our armed forces will be sponsored by are local gas station or grocery stores. We have seen sponsorship on athletes so it could just be a matter of time before our real life protectors are adorn in iconic branding logos. If you have ever seen the Japanese anime Tiger and Bunny, in the series each of the city’s superheroes work for a sponsor company and their uniforms also contain advertising for real-life companies (Like Pepsi and Softbank). Check out all of Santo’s rebranding below.