How Funko Moved From a Family Garage to a Hollywood Studio Lot

“We’re excited; we’re nervous; we’re cautious,” CEO Brian Mariotti tells TheWrap

It was a big year for Funko, the company known for those small collectible vinyl bobbleheads from everyone’s favorite film, TV series, band, athlete or pop culture icon.

The company has capitalized on some impressive growth in 2019, opening its second brick-and-mortar store, a 40,00-square-feet monument to pop culture collectibles in Hollywood, and inking a deal with Warner Bros. to bring stories based on the brand to the big screen.

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Trey Williams

Trey Williams

Film Reporter covering the biz • trey.williams@thewrap.com • Twitter: @trey3williams