Google's 2019 Year in Search video features quite a few appearances from the biggest pop culture heroes of the year.
After watching the first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984, Captain Marvel star Brie Larson shared her excitement about it on social media.
Jeff Kinney, creator of the young adult series Diary of Wimpy Kid, was awarded a prestigious French literary award.
Iceman, an original member of the X-Men, gets the Funko Pop! treatment in Flocked form.
Wonder Woman: 1984 director Patty Jenkins gets her very own Funko Pop! treatment as part of the directors collection.
To celebrate 80 years of Batman, Funko is releasing a Pop! Heroes vinyl figure based on George Clooney's Batman from Batman & Robin.
WWE legend Shawn Michaels gave a clip of Joaquin Phoenix's Joker dancing to his theme music the HBK seal of approval.
Hot Toys has unveiled an incredibly detailed new Iron Spider figure inspired by the popular PS4 video game Marvel's Spider-Man.
Ryan Reynolds poked fun at the Peloton bike ad controversy in his new commercial for Aviation Gin, recruiting the same actress.
The figure captures the look and terror many viewers felt while watching the film in theaters.
Rapper and actor Ice Cube gets two Funko Pop!s, including one from his hit "Today Was a Good Day."
Saks Fifth Avenue and Roberto Coin's super-limited, $30K Anna and Elsa doll set also includes Frozen's biggest star - Olaf.
Daisy Ridley, star of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker doesn't take selfies with fans, citing concerns for her own safety.
Aquaman star and environmental activist Jason Momoa called out Chris Pratt after the Guardians of the Galaxy star used a disposable water bottle.
Funko unveiled figures inspired by The Amazing Spider-Man #2, released in May 1963, including Spider-Man and the Vulture.