McFarlane Toys Is Into Movies For 2003

by Jay Cochran
March 23, 2003
Mcfarlane Toys will be launching 3 different lines this year based on major motion pictures.

The first series of figures are based on The Matrix. The first assortment of The Matrix figures will be due out this June and include 5 figures and 1 box set.


- Neo (From the first Matrix movie)




- Trinity (From the first Matrix movie)




- Morpheus (From the upcoming Matrix Reloaded movie)




- Twin 1 (From the upcoming Matrix Reloaded movie)




- Twin 2 (From the upcoming Matrix Reloaded movie)




The bases for the 3 figures based off the Matric Reloaded movie connect together to re-create a fight scene from the movie.




- Neo in Chateu Boxset





McFarlane Toys will also be releasing a new series of figures based on the upcoming Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines movie, due out later this year. The figures are due out in July.


- T-850 TERMINATOR




- T-850 TERMINATOR With Coffin




- T-X TERMINATRIX




- T-X TERMINATRIX Endoskeleton




- 12" T-850 TERMINATOR





Finally McFarlane Toys will be rounding things out with their 6th series of Movie Maniacs figures. This series will be based on Sci-Fi classic Aliens and Predator movies from the 80's.


- Warrior Alien




- Alien Queen




- Dog Alien




- Predator




- Predator The Hunter




Look for these in stores this April 2003.

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