Cocaine Bear has already received the Funko Pop treatment.
The latest horror star, the titular animal in cocaine beer, join the Funko family. Per Screen Rant, first look at the official Funko Pop figure of cocaine beer been detected. The reveal comes in a new teaser for cocaine beer Merchandise also includes a look at an exclusive new decal from Mondo. You can check out this teaser below to get your first official look at each of these collectibles.
The Funko Pop figure alludes to the violent nature of the R-rated movie. cocaine beer Unapologetically a bloody mess, so it’s only appropriate for the pop version of the animal to come complete with severed limbs. But while the bear is the one who does the killing in the movie, he is also a victim of circumstance. It is based on the true story of a bear who overdosed and died after consuming a large amount of cocaine that was left lying in a Georgia forest. Writer Jamie Warden said the film is a revenge story written with the fantasy of wondering what would have happened if this bear had survived.
“What I really loved about the story was the plausibility of everything. A bear ate a bunch of cocaine. It really happened,” Warden told us recently in an exclusive interview. And since the madness of what I was making started with an actual accident, he was able to root the whole thing in reality. No one can say, ‘Good title but that’s never going to happen.’ Bear, does cocaine? Psh. “Yes, it really happened! It is a great inciting incident.”
He added, “For a bear to die instantly would be a very short movie (and also very sad), so this is my wildest fantasy of what might have happened if the bear had survived.”
Cocaine Bear also has a video game
Prior to the film’s release, it was also given a promotional video game. Using 8-bit graphics reminiscent of old video games, the game has been dubbed The Cocaine Bear: The Rise of Pablo Escober. It’s in context pac man, in which players control a bear through a maze of consuming humans while boosting stacks of cocaine. The game is now free at CocaineBear.movie/game.
I directed Elizabeth Banks cocaine beer Using text by Jamie Warden. The film stars Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Christian Convery, Aldrin Ehrenreich, Margo Martindale, and the late Ray Liotta.
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