Paul Feig Pop! Coming Soon!

Entertainment Weekly have reported that Paul Feig – the director of the upcoming Ghostbusters movie – will be getting his very own Pop! figure! To celebrate the release of the movie, the Pop! will be going on sale this coming Friday via Will you be trying to add one to your collection? Do you think we will see more directors get the Pop! treatment in the future? Let us know in the comments!


22 thoughts on “Paul Feig Pop! Coming Soon!

  1. Out of aNY famous director, for your frist one you choose Paul Freig? I mean Steven Spielburg, Hitchcock, Geroge Lucus, so many others. Oh well its nice a director Is getting some love.

    1. If it makes you feel better, you could consider Kevin Smith to be the first, since he was made into a Pop as Silent Bob.

  2. He directed some Arrested Development and some Freaks And Geeks so he gets points from me lol

  3. I remember when Peter Jackson had his own Hobbit action figure. It’s like anything else; it’s cool if you like like the person, or their works.

  4. OMG this is absolutely amazing!!!
    funko just have to start a new pop series od directors, sounds amazing, if that will ever happen im share going to collect them all

  5. A Tim Burton pop would be cool and very unique. A Spielburg pop would be equally awesome too.

  6. IF the new GB movie is good (and that’s a big if), I may end up collecting the line. Would probably get this as an extension of that. So, cool idea, hope they do more.

  7. Great idea for a line. I guess Paul Feig was the first director to agree to have his image used on a Pop. I’m hoping Funko can work out a deal with the estates of Stanley Kubrick, Akira Kurosawa, and Orson Welles to have Pops made for them.

  8. Stanly Kubrick would be awesome too. And Alfred Hitchcock. Both are great directors and have a very unique and recognizable look.

  9. Got email from Funko at 12:01. Tried to order at 12:04. Sold out. Limited to 200 Pieces.

  10. Limited to 200, sold out in 45 seconds. So it will go from 14.99 to 200+ on ebay. Congratulations if you were one of the lucky few who got one.

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