A handful of people have had their hands on recreating the iconic Batmobile from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman movie. The example you see here is NOT one of them. In fact, this is the real deal. Well, the real deal as in it was a prop car which also means it is close as anyone …
No Ultraman collection is complete without the Transformation Item, Beta Capsule. The Beta Capsule is a physical object the protagonist, Shin Hayata, uses to transform into the giant alien superhero. That said, being an ultra fan of Ultraman, you probably have a collection of the Beta Capsules and now, there is one more to add …
What do you know? Hasbro’s HasLab has not two, but three HasLab projects going on right now. In addition to the G.I. Joe Skystriker and Star Wars The Black Series Rancor figure, there’s a Ghostbusters Plasma Series Spengler’s Proton Pack too.
There is no lack of Jurassic Park merchandise. It ranges from dino toys to games like a pinball machine, and more recently a Transformers crossover toy set. Even so, there are no prop-worthy pieces other than maybe Jeff Goldblum’s shirtless statue (maybe?). But thankfully, there’s AWOLReplicaProps.
In addition to the awesome Gene Simmons’ Axe bass guitar, there is another very noteworthy movie memorabilia, especially for fans of Batman, going under the hammer at the upcoming Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction #7241.
Nothing feels as good as spending a night at the movies. And if you’re a car enthusiast like us, a movie that involves cars. Some years ago, a genius found a way to merge the two by coming up with the drive-in movie theater, but that’s almost obsolete now.
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.”
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.
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.