Listen up, soldiers: the kitten whispers and tickle fights stop now. With one of the smallest production runs outside of its 25th Anniversary collection, Disney Store is now offering a 17″ collector’s doll version of Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun. Already equipped with the most tragic backstory ever, this faithful replica of the new character voiced by Jane Lynch as seen in the ‘Hero’s Duty’ game in Wreck-It Ralph is limited to an edition size of just 1000 pieces.
Complete in her own deluxe collector’s edition box with display stand, the Sgt. Calhoun doll comes dressed in a black bodysuit augmented by charcoal gray articulated body armor for ‘maximum mobility and protection,’ and is equipped with both a blaster rifle with shoulder strap and a hand blaster with holster.
At just 1000 pieces, chances are she may be sold out or close to it by the time you read this, so if you’re interested in purchasing the doll, you should do so as soon as possible.
Last night, Walt Disney Animation Studios held its world premiere for Wreck-It Ralph at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California, where cast and crew gathered for the event. In addition to cast such as John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Alan Tudyk and more, guests included music contributors Henry Jackman and Skrillex along with Disney Animation’s Ed Catmull, John Lasseter, Paperman director John Kahrs.
Other guests included Will Ferrell, Wayne Brady, Bella Thorne, Rachael Harris, Cameron Boyce, Skai Jackson, Peyton R. List, Ming-Na Wen, Skylar Astin, Jason Lee, Taylor Spreitler, Amy Brenneman, Jamie Lee Curtis, Davis Cleveland and many more. After enjoying the premiere, which also included meet and greets with Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz themselves, the fun continued at the after party at Sweet! Hollywood.
Below is a gallery of photos from the evening’s festivities provided to us by Walt Disney Studios. All photos by Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage.
Wreck-It Ralph debuts in theaters this Friday, November 2, 2012.
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