It’s not 2015 yet, but let’s be real, hoverboards probably aren’t in the cards. That doesn’t mean we can’t have the one flying around in Back to the Future Part II. It just means it won’t be flying.
Iron Man 2 Arc Light Lets Kids Imagine They’re Tony Stark
The new Iron Man 2 movie is just a hop, skip and jump away from landing in movie theaters. And that means that your child will be nipping at your heels for Iron Man 2 toys. Perhaps the best Iron Man 2 toy to come out of the movie is the Iron Man 2 Movie Circle ARC Light. It’s essentially a replica of the ARC light that Tony Stark uses in the movie. The ARC light is designed to hang from your chest and it measures about 3 1/2-inches in diameter x 1 1/2-inches deep. You can pick up the Iron Man 2 Arc Light now for just $7.59.
Yoostar Entertainment System Makes You the Star of Movie Classics
Have you ever dreamed of being in the movies? Hey, we all have! Now you really can be apart of your favorite movies. The Yoostar Entertainment System provides you with a green screen, video camera, remote control, and Yoostar software to record your performances. Using all the tech that the Yoostar system provides, you’ll be able to insert yourself into classic movie clips. The system comes with a total of 14 clips for $169.95. There are also also additional clips that you can buy on their site, including a big selection of Sesame Street clips for kids. This all adds up to silly fun, but it’s something that the whole…
G-Force Toys and Action Figures Start Piling Out
We’re crazy about Disney’s new G-Force movie, even more so than most other animated films. Sure, the adorable guinea pig stars are part of the reason why we love the film so much, but really what excites us most is the fact that these are super high tech, gadget-laden guinea pigs. The Disney Store now has a whole bunch of new G-Force toys to play with. That includes several plush toys for around $15 each, as well as action figures retailing from $8 to $13. We are a little disappointed that these toys don’t have any real electronic functions, but we’re sure that more will be on their way soon…