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Kurt Russell’s Ego Gets an Exclusive GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Action Figure From Entertainment Earth

Kurt Russell’s Ego Gets an Exclusive GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Action Figure From Entertainment Earth

Does your ego have its own action figure? No. It does not. Kurt Russell‘s ego, however, just so happens to be Ego the Living Planet in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2…and he’s Star-Lord’s dad.

When we revealed the first wave of Guardians of the Galaxy sequel figures from Hasbro, we did wonder when we’d see more movie characters. A Baby Groot has to be coming, we figured, but will there be a Kurt Russell? Indeed there will. And we’re delighted to debut the first images here, as he will come with two different heads–angry face, and “Welp, guess you’re my kid!” resignation. Ego will be available in a two-pack with Star-Lord, but if you’re wondering whether that means you need to buy two Star-Lord figures, fear not: Peter Quill is the one figure in the basic wave to not come with a build-a-figure part.

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Entertainment Earth will be receiving these $39.99 two-packs first, and you can preorder one now if you don’t wish for Russell to play “Escape From Your Collection.” Figures should be in stock at EE as early as August, with other retailers receiving them later. Kurt Rusell is no stranger to plastic immortality, having reached it before as Snake Plissken, Jack Burton, Col. O’Neill, and John Ruth, but how often do you get made into a toy planet? Even Disney’s Pluto can’t make that claim, with Pluto having been downgraded and all.

Are you Groot enough to handle a world of Kurt Russell in one toy? Lord it over our comments section with your reaction, and be a star.

Images: Entertainment Earth/Hasbro


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