We told you about the controversy behind the Django Unchained Action Figures.
Rev. Al Sharpton's Nation Action Network and others condemned the dolls as racially insensitive due to their portrayal of slaves.
Despite the facts that the collectibles had cloth clothing, almost no articulation, and were retailing for the price of an XBox, Sharpton said the figures were directed at children.
Well, it seems the Weinstein Company is tired of the controversy over the Quentin Tarantino flick; they have ordered the line discontinued.
So if you wanted to relive the exciting scene where Jamie Foxx and Christophe Waltz stay in their boxes on a shelf and appreciate in value, you're out of luck.
Of course, there are still a few left out there if you have to have one- last seen nearing the $1000 price range!
[Image via Amazon.]
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