The Walther PPK Pistol Used By Sean Connery In Dr. No Is Going Under The Hammer

Sir Thomas Sean Connery, arguably the best silver screen James Bond, may have left us for a better place, but fans and movie buffs can own a piece of memorabilia to remember by. An object that is as recognizable as the MI6 agent himself as the phrase “shaken, not stirred.”

11-foot Nostromo Principal Filming Model From 1979 Alien Can Be Yours To Own

Fans collect toys, models and such. But true hardcore fans collect movie props – specifically those that used to make the film itself, such as the 11-foot Nostromo Principal Filming Model from Ridley Scott’s 1979 Alien.

Death Star II Model Made Entirely Out Of Cardboard Is The Next Level Of Cardboard Art

Cardboard. It can be used to make a bunch of amazing things ranging from weapon models to tents to costume. But we just learned that it could be used to make even more amazing stuff like Death Star II from Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (Lucasfilm, 1983). Yes. Believe it.

First Images Of Robert Pattinson’s Batmobile Revealed, Feels Like 60s Batmobile All Over

Since the 1980s, silver screen Batmobiles had been largely non-car like. They were designed from the ground up rides unlike where in the early days, Batmobiles appeared to be merely modified regular automobiles.

Original Moon Buggy Used In Bond Movie, Diamonds Are Forever, To Go Under The Hammer

Here’s a chance for fans of James Bond to get a piece of history of the famous silver screen MI6 secret agent. Up for grab later this month in a Hollywood memorabilia auction organized by Profiles In History is the Moon Buggy straight out of the movie the 7th James Bond movie, Diamonds Are Forever …

Do You Know, One Of The 7 DeLoreans Used In BTTF Was Actually A VW Beetle?

Yup. It sure was and still survives to this day as one of the three left in the world (and the only screen-used DeLorean in private hands). Also, it was pretty damn expensive too. How expensive, you ask? It costs car collector duo, father and son, Bill and Patrick Shea of North Central Massachusetts a …

Did Disney Did A Bad Job In Trying To Hide The Millennium Falcon?

What you see here is a Millennium Falcon and nope, it wasn’t parked among the wastes of the desert planet Jakku. Neither was it in Rub al Khali desert near Abu Dhabi, or Hollywood backlot. No, wait. It was actually on a backlot, just not in stateside. In fact, it was uncovered to be parked …

Original Pulse Rifle Used In Aliens And Aliens 3 To Go On The Block

Good news, movie props collectors and fans of the Aliens franchise. The Colonial Marine M41-A Pulse Rifle originally constructed and used in horror, sci-fi flick Aliens, and subsequently, rebuilt for Aliens 3 will be going under the hammer on eBay. Designated LOT 1339, the Aliens Colonial Marine M41-A Pulse Rifle movie prop is part of …

Artificial Human Teeth-covered Suit Is Truly A Stuff Of Nightmares

We have seen our fair share of ‘disgusting’ costumes, but for some reason, this purported prop from Syfy’s Channel Zero TV series, a suit covered in its entirety with artificial human teeth, is unexplainably nauseating. It far surpasses the grotesque level which the William Birkin Stage 1 Transformation cosplay suit has set. Well, at least, …

Batpod From The Dark Knight Trilogy Is Set To Go Under The Hammer

If you are still in the process of cobbling together a real working The Dark Knight’s motorcycle AKA Batpod, well, we have news for you. You can put away your tools cos’ the real deal is going under the hammer. Which means, if you have piles of cash to burn, you may have shot at …