Finally! Toy Snobs Is Making ‘Face/Off’ Merchandise!

Released in 1997, John Woo’s Face/Off pitted Nic Cage and John Travolta against each other in a high-concept thriller. It saw both actors go balls-to-the-wall with their performances, but there was a severe lack of merchandise released since the film hit theatres.

That all changed thanks to Toy Snobs. The company behind oddities like Freddy Krueger and Michael Myers TMNT figures is taking a stab at bringing Face/Off products to the market. However, they’re going about it in an unusual fashion.

First up is the Face/Off Buddy. This double-sided retro-inspired stuffed toy features Nic Cage’s and John Travolta’s likenesses on both sides.

The Face-Off Buddy is priced at $54.99, and pre-orders end today. Production of the odd collectible will start soon, but it will take between 6-8 weeks for these stuffed Sean Archer and Castor Troy toys to ship.

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  • Approx 22″
  • Soft Touch Print
  • Polly Filled
  • Woven Tag
  • Double Sided

The second Face/Off product is shorts. Yes. You can get the faces of Nic Cage and John Travolta right on your crotch. The $39.99 piece of clothing isn’t underwear. They appear to be gym shorts complete with a sport zipper pocket and drawstring.

However, Toy Snobs does not list what material is used. Regardless, you’ll be the envy of all the other gym bros if you show up wearing these bad boys.

Photo Credit: Toy Snobs

As with the Buddies, the shorts will take between 6-8 weeks to be produced and shipped. Pre-orders end today!

Face/Off‘s significant selling feature was that the main stars swapped literal faces. Cage got to play Travolta’s character, and Travolta got to play Cage’s character. It is just as weird as it sounds, but holy crap, did it work.

What did you think of Face/Off when it hit theatres in 1997? Let us know in the comments section below.

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