It was cute all the Chewbacca Mom thing but now it turns into a cooperate affair and like everything else it is all about money, I liked it because it was sincere and honest and now it seems like as money related like everything else these days. I know that a ton of people in the world are enjoying the circus, but I just don’t get it. She put on a Chewbacca mask and laughed hysterically and now she is being showered with gifts from EVERYONE! And the gifts cost about a Million dollar by now, It is huge now.
The latest thing to happen to her is that Hasbro presented her with a Chewbacca Mom action figure. Apparently Hasbro wants some piece of the action as well. I just want to know who is out there wants to buy her action figure and why?
Candace Payne, a.k.a. Chewbacca Mom, was recently invited to the Hasbro headquarters, where she was presented with the action figure, which comes complete with 13 catchphrases. A few of those include her laugh, “That’s not me making that noise, it’s the mask,” and “I am such a happy Chewbacca.”
The toy is basically her head on a Chewbacca body, and it even comes with a removable Chewbacca mask. It’s actually a pretty disturbing action figure, but she seems to be enjoying it and that’s all that matters, and hey… not everyone in the world can say they had a custom-made action figure of themselves from Hasbro and a pile of cash.
She’s going to ride this wave of fame right now and I am sure Disney exes are running around to buy the rights of the character so she be having her own motion picture in the near future.
After she was presented with the figure, she jumped on Facebook and did a live streaming video where she described the experience:
“So the weekend after this happened, I was able to go to the Facebook headquarters, and meet an incredible and integral part of this story and this journey, and I feel like today, right now, this moment, is a second divine moment that’s happening. So, I want you, if you know how to use Emoji’s, all of you out there in Facebook live world, I want you to do the handclap for these amazing people that develop stuff that your kids have…thrown at you and played with.”
She recently attended Dallas Fan Expo where she was charging fans $20 for autographs. Apparently, her booth was right next to actor Jack Gleeson, who played Joffrey on Game of Thrones. Will you spend $20 on an autograph of someone who is here for the 20 minutes of fame and no one will remember her in this fast paced world of internet next year.