Midsommar Bear in a Cage Toy Commercial: Find Out How You Can Buy Your Own

Midsommar is terrifying audiences across the country as it continues its summer rollout. And one of the most captivating and talked about scenes in the entire horror show is the Bear in a Cage. Now, you can own your very own Bear in a Cage, which is quickly becoming the toy of summer. To celebrate Midsommar's box office success this past weekend, A24 is now offering you the chance to own your very own Bear in a Cage. And they have their very own infomercial for it.[embedded content]Introducing the latest toy from A24. The Midsommar Bear in a Cage! It's a bear. You all remember the infamous quote from the end of the Midsommar trailer. There is a large brown bear in a cage just hanging out at a summer festival. And as it's pointed out, one of the American tourists asks, 'So are we just going to ignore the bear there?' A24's answer to that is a resounding, 'No!'Related: Midsommar Trailer #2 Turns a Swedish Festival Into a Sunlit Nightmare from HellStarting July 10, which is tomorrow, fans of Midsommar and toy collectors alike will be able to get their very own limited edition Bear in a Cage when it drops this Wednesday, only at the A24 Films shop. You'll want to jump on this once-in-a-lifetime offer if you're serious about owning your very own Bear in a Cage, though.Bear in a Cage costs $32, which is a steal considering there weren't very many of these made, and if you manage to get your hands on one, it is sure to skyrocket in price on the secondary Ebay market. There is no guarantee that this will become the most coveted movie collectible of 2019. But there's a chance. As A24 is only making a limited run. There will only be 75 Bears in a Cage produced. And then that's it. Here are the finer details about what you will actually be getting."6" x 3" x 4" hand-stained pinewood cage with Midsommar engraving. Resin grizzly figurine trapped inside. Comes wearing a custom hand-stitched flower garland and mini bell (thanks Judy!)."Midsommar is in select theaters right now with more screens coming this weekend. Dani (Florence Pugh) and Christian (Jack Reynor) are a young American couple with a relationship on the brink of falling apart. But after a family tragedy keeps them together, a grieving Dani invites herself to join Christian and his friends on a trip to a once-in-a-lifetime midsummer festival in a remote Swedish village. What begins as a carefree summer holiday in a land of eternal sunlight takes a sinister turn when the insular villagers invite their guests to partake in festivities that render the pastoral paradise increasingly unnerving and viscerally disturbing. From the visionary mind of Ari Aster comes a dread-soaked cinematic fairytale where a world of darkness unfolds in broad daylight.Shop A24 to get your very own Bear in a Cage right now.#Midsommar Battery Park invasion. Härgans always come bearing gifts for the children @swedennewyork 🇸🇪 #HappyMidsummerpic.twitter.com/ETaEqRcO0E— A24 (@A24) June 25, 2019 Topics: MidsommarContributing writer for Movieweb since 2001. Owns a dog who loves watching Milo and Otis on repeat.

Stranger Things’ Devastating Death: Three Theories That Could Keep [Spoiler] Alive After All

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Season 3 of Stranger Things. If you’ve yet to finish your binge, you might want to watch now, read later. There’s no way, right? No freakin’ way could Stranger Things really have killed off David Harbour‘s beloved Chief Hopper in its Season 3 finale. That’s as unthinkable as Steve Harrington having a bad hair day! That being the case, I’ve come up with a way — three ways, actually — that Hop could’ve survived the blast that destroyed the Russians’ interdimensional gate opener. I know — maybe I’m grasping at straws here. But if they’re straws that let me — all of us — imagine Hop pulling through to finally get to have dinner with Joyce at Enzo’s, I’m gonna grasp away. My theories: 1. Since neither we nor Joyce saw Hop blown to smithereens — you’ll recall, she shut her eyes and turned away as she turned the keys to set off the explosion — there’s a chance that he went from tearfully gazing at her to lying flat on the ground fast enough to avoid the full brunt of the blast. If he did, that all but guarantees that he’s “the American” that the Russkies have locked up in Kamchatka, does it not? 2. If Hop isn’t “the American,” perhaps the explosion knocked him through the gate to the Upside Down before it slammed shut. I know it seems like the detonation would have sent him flying in the opposite direction, but this is the Upside Down we’re talking about. If up is down and down, up, who’s to say that forward isn’t backwards? This would also explain why, as far as we know, his body was never recovered. Stranger Things Season 3 Photos Launch Gallery 3. Hopper’s vanishing act is part of some plan that he and Owens concocted on the sly so that they could ensure that the Russians’ operation overseas is shut down without endangering El and Joyce. If the Russkies believed that Hop was a goner, they’d have no reason to go after his crush or his daughter to discourage his attempts to thwart them. And that sad smile that he flashed Joyce before the explosion did suggest that he might know something she didn’t — or it could have, anyway! What do you think? Hop has to be alive, right? Do you have a better idea about how he could have cheated death? Hit the comments — I’m dying for extra straws to grasp!

Big Little Lies: Season Two Viewer Votes

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Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Producer Thinks Fans Will Be Pleased with Redesign

Sonic the Hedgehog producer Tim Miller thinks fans will like the upcoming redesign. Before the first footage was even unveiled, fans of the little blue hedgehog were worried about the big screen adaptation. Things took a negative turn when a teaser poster was released to movie theaters, featuring Sonic's new lengthy blue legs with buff calf muscles. From there, it was all downhill. When the first trailer dropped earlier this year, fans were appalled by what they saw when the cartoonish video game character had two human eyes and teeth.Tim Miller is currently out promoting his upcoming San Diego Comic-Con appearance for Terminator: Dark Fate and he was asked for a Sonic the Hedgehog update. Miller serves as producer on the project, while Jeff Fowler is on board as director. "This is a franchise, and it has to be great," says Miller when talking about how important bringing Sonic to the big screen is. Miller had this to say."Look, I was with fans and so was Jeff. When the sh*t hit the fan, went over there and said, 'The most important thing to do, man, is say, I f*cked up.' He'd already sent a tweet out an hour before I got there. He's a good man. It was exactly the right way to handle that. The fans have a voice in this too. There's a right way to listen."When asked if he had seen the new Sonic redesigns, Tim Miller said, "in fact I have. And I think the fans will be pleased." Even Sonic creator Yuji Naka was not happy with the original design and thought the character needed more "balance." Before the full look was released, Miller prepared fans by stating the idea behind the movie was always to give the character a realistic look. With that being said, this is the first positive update we've had about the movie in quite some time.The realistic look was not what Sonic the Hedgehog fans wanted to see at all and they let the world know. The trailer created, and is still creating, memes that have been spread far and wide. It's going to be very interesting to see how fans react to the redesign after witnessing the original version Jeff Fowler and crew came up with. The Sonic movie was originally set to hit theaters this November, but it will instead debut in February, thanks to the redesign.Related: Detective Pikachu Cinematographer Slams Sonic the Hedgehog Movie in the Worst WayParamount is going to have to get creative when looking to market Sonic the Hedgehog again when the time comes. It's going to be hard to reboot the promotional campaign, but if the redesign is as good as Tim Miller thinks it is, the studio should have no problem getting the project to become a box office success upon its Valentine's Day 2020 release date. Sonic is one of the most beloved video game characters of all time and the upcoming movie has the potential to spawn sequels and spin-offs, if everything is handled correctly. The interview with Tim Miller was originally conducted by Variety. Topics: Sonic the HedgehogWriter for Movieweb since 2017. Enjoys playing Catan when not writing about superheroes and Star Wars.

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