But now it's straight up cancelled!
Ticket holders were sent the following email on Friday:
[Image via Fayesvision/WENN.]
Word on the street is 20th Century Fox is making a deal with Hasbro to make a live-action film based on one of their best products:
We guess the Lego movie was so successful, they feel they can make any toy into a movie. Wonderful. (Sarcasm.)
Though if there were one person (other than the team of Phil Lord & Chris Miller, who did the Lego movie) who could make the Play-Doh movie amazing, it'd probably be Paul Feig.
Even though Feig is super busy with the all-woman Ghostbusters reboot, we're sure he'll make time for Play-Doh.
But can Feig mold Play-Doh into an enjoyable film? Especially a live-action film??
We guess we'll have to wait and see.
Do U think Play-Doh will make a good movie?? Let us know in the comments!!
Now we're getting a good look at him!
The Jurassic World trailers have been good about hiding the true identity of Jurassic Park's newest dino, the Indominus Rex.
But the toys for the movie will be revealed at the Toy Fair 2015 in New York on Saturday, giving us a real look at the dino!
Luckily, we don't have to wait that long for a sneak peek though, because Alpha, the Indominus Rex from the flick, was revealed in part to Entertainment Weekly!
According to Jurassic World's site, the $35 toy is a battery-operated roaring, chomping, and color-changing dinosaur that's a replica of the "real" 40 foot tall genetically engineered creature that runs 30MPH.
We can't wait to see this craziness on-screen when the flick opens on June 12, 2015!
[Image via Entertainment Weekly.]
And you thought the best thing you were getting for Valentine's Day was a 50 Shades of Grey movie!
But as much as you might want to, you can't cuddle with Jamie Dornan after the flick! But you can with this guy!
The Vermont Teddy Bear Company has released a limited edition Fifty Shades Of Grey teddy bear to go along with the release of the film!
The 15" soft (WOW!) little guy comes with a grey suit, BDSM mask, and even a tiny little pair of handcuffs!
But this teddy is only for those with singular — and expensive — tastes!
The Fifty Shades teddy will cost you $89.99!
But hey, isn't telling your Valentine you want them to tie you up and beat you with a riding crop worth it?
[Image via Vermont Teddy Bear Company.]
How did no one notice this before pushing out this product?
Hasbro is famous for pumping out their famous Play-Doh products for kids! The colorful clay can be molded into any shape!
But the shape of their latest Play-Doh Cake Mountain accessory was a little too suggestive for many — and it had parents up in arms this past Christmas!
Not seeing the problem with the cake icing applicator tool? Try looking at it from this angle:
Leave it to Rihanna to one-up everyone else's Christmas tree!
The sexy singer made the classic holiday tradition her own this year by erecting a faux tree that displayed both her fashion sense AND her penchant for sparkle.
Oh, and her gifts, of course!
The "tree" looked to be made up of a series of stacked pyramids, which were completely and utterly covered in some sort of scintillating silver material. RiRi appropriately dubbed the look "black ice".
This video will warm your heart!
We reported earlier how much we loved the realistically proportioned Lammily doll, and it looks like kids agree too!
While at an Academy in Pittsburg, 2nd graders who were presented with Lammily not only loved her, they also seemed to prefer her to Barbies!
SRSLY! You'll want to watch their priceless reactions!
Ch-ch-check out the inspiring video (below)!!!
Is this the Barbie doll you've been looking for?
The long-awaited Lammily, sometimes referred to as the "Normal Barbie," is finally available to purchase online!
And just in time for the holidays!
The doll was created based on the proportions of the average 19-year-old girl, and is something that a young girl can look forward to without any fear of body issues.
But it's not just about shape!
Creator Nickolay Lamm has included something very innneresting to go along with the toy: