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Children run past a large commercial ad of Italian luxury tailor fashion brand Brioni brand displaying its brand ambassador the American actor Brad Pitt seen in Hong Kong. (Photo by Budrul Chukrut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River in Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River in Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River area of Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A photo shows flood damages in the Windsor and Pitt Town areas along the Hawkesbury River in Greater Sydney on March 24, 2021. (Photo by LUKAS COCH / POOL / AFP)
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A horse stands in a paddock near floods at Old Pitt Town north west of Sydney, Australia, Sunday, March 21, 2021. Australia's most populous state of New South Wales on Sunday issued more evacuation orders following the worst flooding in decades. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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Vehicles are blocked by a flooded river at Old Pitt Town north west of Sydney, Australia, Sunday, March 21, 2021. Australia's most populous state of New South Wales on Sunday issued more evacuation orders following the worst flooding in decades. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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A motorcyclist progress is blocked by a flooded road at Old Pitt Town, north west of Sydney, Australia, Sunday, March 21, 2021. Australia's most populous state of New South Wales on Sunday issued more evacuation orders following the worst flooding in decades. (AP Photo/Mark Baker), APTOPIX
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 18, 2021 view of the waiting area under construction at the Downtown Los Angeles Union Station where part of the 2021 Oscars Ceremony will take place. - Film lovers tired of tedious Zoom-based Hollywood awards shows can rejoice -- producers of the glitzy in-person Oscars this month are bringing in the big guns, with Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt and Reese Witherspoon among an A-list lineup of presenters unveiled April 12, 2021. (Photo by VALERIE MACON / AFP)
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles. The items are from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years ? including Alien, Batman, Die Hard, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, Scarface, James Bond and Harry Potter films and more ? The marquee line-up for the Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction includes museum quality props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood?s biggest stars and legends including Al Pacino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Connery, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Winona Ryder, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Alan Rickman, and more. The two-day auction kicks off with the Hollywood Legends & Luminaries Auction featuring property related to glamourous movie stars from Hollywood?s Golden Era including Marilyn Monroe, Doris Day, and Greta Garbo up to the modern era. The auctions will take place on Wednesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. Among the highlights of this event will be the rising of an extremely rare and mysterious full-size prototype Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning and revered surrealist artist and sculptor, H.R. Giger from the 1979 seminal sci-fi horror classic, Alien. Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ?Big Chap") for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film?s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film?s pre-production. Comprehensive lighting and camera tests were conducted by the pre-production team to demonstrate the potential; however, the non-translucent costume was the final result and the character development with Giger would go on to spawn one of Hollywood?s most legendary horror icons ever to come on screen. This extraordinary costume is now considered the rarest and most elusive artifact from the blockbuster film franchise and has a conservative estimate of $40,000-$60,000. "This rare and mysterious artifact from the Alien movie mythology is as much a piece of fine modern surrealist art, as it is a piece of Hollywood history" said Martin Nolan, Executive Director and CFO of Julien?s Auctions. ?It is a miracle that H.R. Giger?s designed and sculpted Alien translucent costume prototype survived. Julien's Auctions is honored to erect this legendary piece in a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at our gallery in Beverly Hills for Alien and Giger fans and collectors before its sale at auction for the first time." Other items from the Alien franchise include: a complete costume worn by Sigourney Weaver, as a??clone of her legendary character Ripley in the film Alien Resurrection, as well as a costume worn by Winona Ryder from the movie. The films? wardrobe (estimate each lot: $10,000-$20,000) was designed by Academy Award winner Bob Ringwood and inspired by fashion iconoclast Jean Paul Gaultier. Another piece of celluloid history is a deep blue, original pinstripe gangster style three-piece suit, worn by six-time Academy Award-winning legend Al Pacino (photo left) as Miami drug lord Tony Montana in the memorable and climactic final act of Brian DePalma?s popular 1983 crime drama, Scarface. The suit is possibly the only remaining original Scarface pin-stripe gangster suit costume from the film?s climax in existence and can be screen-matched to the sequences wherein Tony Montana nose dives into a mountain of cocaine in the office of his fortress-like mansion. One of the most controversial and notoriously received films at its time due to its depiction of drugs, profanity and violence, Scarface has experienced a resurgence and appreciation from film critics and viewers in the past recent years, whose status has gone from cult classic to one of the best crime genre films of all time. The movie is also revered among Hip Hop & Rap musicians, producers and record industry moguls who have spoken about the film?s impact and Tony Montana's resilience and struggle for success as a testament to perseverance. This instantly recognizable and historic costume has an estimate of $60,000-$80,000. Following Julien's historic sale of the Walther PP used by legendary actor Sean Connery as James Bond in the 1962 film debut of his most famous role in Dr. No this past December for $256,000, the auction house will be offering Connery's hero Walther P5 from his last Bond film, 1983?s Never Say Never Again with a starting estimate of $80,000-$100,000. In one of the most renowned collection of Bond weapons brought to auction in years, the auction will also offer an M16 prop rifle used in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker; the hero .38 Smith and Wesson used by Pierce Brosnan in 2002?s Die Another Day and the very first Walther P99 used by the character in a James Bond film by Pierce Brosnan in 1997?s Tomorrow Never Dies. The estimate range of these lots are $10,000-$60,000. From the blockbuster Batman film franchise, comes an assortment of exemplary original pieces from the movies including screen-used production artifacts from the first four Batman movies: 1989?s Batman, 1992?s Batman Returns and 1997?s Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. Highlights with starting estimates include: an original Batman bodysuit with cape worn by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever ($40,000-$60,000), a utility belt worn by Michael Keaton in Batman accompanied with a note on the film director Tim Burton?s stationary ($5,000-$7,000); a cowl worn by George Clooney for his turn in the suit in Batman and Robin ($10,000-$20,000); an original cowl worn by Catwoman portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the climactic final scenes of Batman Returns ($8,000-$12,000) (photo left) as well as a massive light-up prop rifle brandished by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin ($20,000-$30,000). ?Yippee ki-yay!? Die Hard, one of the biggest action movie franchises of all time which turned actor Bruce Willis into an international superstar in his role as New York police officer John McClane, returns with a vengeance in the sale of his iconic screen-used Zippo lighter (photo right) famously used throughout the original film that started it all. The Zippo (estimate: $10,000-$20,000) is accompanied by a letter from the Property Master stating that this is the only Zippo used throughout the 1988 film production. Also on offer (with starting estimates): McClane's NYPD badge and ID ($5,000-$7,000) and Hans Gruber's screen-matched Yamaha radio ($5,000-$7,000) that the character, played by Alan Rickman, used throughout the movie to communicate with McClane in the first film; a studio distressed tank top with dual leather holster rig and City Of New York prop metal badge with neck ball chain (photo left) from Die Hard With A Vengeance ($20,000-$30,000), and one of three hero Beretta 92FS blank fire pistols ($5,000-$7,000) used by Willis throughout the 1995 film, the third installment in the franchise. Props from another blockbuster film franchise that sky-rocketed the action spectacle genre as well as Will Smith?s career to box office superstar lands on the auction block with the appearance of Smith?s original complete full-length, U.S. Air Force fighter jet pilot flight suit in his role as Captain Steven "Eagle" Hiller in Independence Day. The authentic ID-4 flight suit (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) boasts military style custom patches worn by the jet pilots seen in the epic 1996 sci-fi action picture, who attempt to take on a massive alien invasion force hellbent on the total obliteration of humankind. In a galaxy, far, far away from the most iconic movie franchise of all comes an original Imperial scout trooper ("biker scout") blaster (estimate: $20,000-$30,000) from the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi hurtling toward the auction block with provenance from the film?s acclaimed Art Director, James Schoppe. Also, from the Star Wars history books comes one of the most surprising new discoveries in recent years: the original costume illustrations by legendary designer, Bob Mackie, for the Star Wars Holiday Special. The 1978 television special was considered the most controversial Star Wars release of all time and was broadcast only once on television with the special still not made available today via streaming or DVD.?? For the first time ever, this collection of eight one of a kind original hand illustrated costume designs by the Emmy Award-winning designer, which has been held in Mackie?s personal archives for over 40 years, will be offered at auction. Items from Hollywood?s most legendary leading men used in their most outstanding performances are up for consideration (with starting estimates). Leonardo DiCaprio?s spectacular hand-tailored, period studio wardrobe worn by the Academy Award-winning actor in his role as King Louis XIV/Philippe in 1988?s The Man With The Iron Mask based on the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, makes a swashbuckling turn ($10,000-$20,000). An authentic stunt bowie knife prop used by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt in his memorable role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglourious Basterds in the climactic scene when Raine uses the knife ($5,000-$7,000) to make a distinct mark on the nefarious German Colonel Hans Landa?s forehead (played by actor Christoph Waltz, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this role) is considered one of the most iconic prop knives in film history (photo right). Another prop considered one of the most iconic relics in cinema is a pair of original, screen used ?scissorhand? wardrobe glove props (photo bottom right), worn by actor Johnny Depp in his early star marking role as Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton?s 1900 horror, fantasy and romance cult classic. The prop ($30,000-$50,000) was custom-designed at the legendary Stan Winston Studios, under the supervision of the brilliant, four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston. Jim Carrey?s most versatile and acclaimed performances will be celebrated with the appearances of Carrey's original screen used Hawaiian style shirt and striped pants film worn in his iconic role as pet detective Ace Ventura in 1995?s Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls ($10,000-$20,000), his oversized wooden mallet from 1994?s The Mask ($3,000-$5,000), and an array of original production artifacts from Carrey's acclaimed appearance as Batman's nemesis, The Riddler, in 1995?s Batman Forever, including his iconic costume ($20,000-$30,000), his skull canes ($20,000-$30,000), and three of his "Bat Bombs" ($1,000-$3,000). A piece of sports and live action/animated Hollywood history will score on the auction floor with the entrance of an original pair of Nike brand Air Jordan 2 sneakers worn by icon Bill Murray in the 1996 film Space Jam starring NBA legend Michael Jordan. The size 11 shoes (photo left) are depicted in the scene where Murray joins the final basketball game and makes the crucial pass to Jordan for the game-winning shot. The lot (estimate: $5,000-$7,000) is accompanied by their original box and insert sheets as well as a pair of white socks and a red Acme Clothing brand Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil T-shirt, worn by Murray beneath his basketball uniform. The T-shirt bears an original costume tag that reads "Bill Murray, Sc. 155, Underjerseys - (Actor Took Uniform!).? The highly anticipated sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy starring NBA superstar LeBron James with the return of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes gang will be released this summer 2021. Other exceptional highlights include (with estimates): a complete Xenomorph costume from Alien3 built onto a display ($40,000-$60,000); a massive full-scale ?Scar? Predator costume built onto a display from Aliens vs Predator (estimate $40,000-$60,000) (photo left) as well as the film?s original star Arnold Schwarzenegger?s ?Dutch? leather utility vest from the original Predator film ($5,000-$7,000) and from Predator 2 and the creature prop predator spear or combi-stick used as the advanced alien weapon ($8,000-$10,000); the original space dock with lights from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (estimate $30,000-$50,000), whose size could fill a small office; Sylvester Stallone?s stiletto knife from Rambo: First Blood Part 2 with leather sheath and belt loop ($10,000-$20,000); Jodie Foster?s Clarice Starling prototype FBI badge and credentials (photo right) from Silence of the Lambs ($5,000-$7,000); Denise Richards? flight suit from Starship Troopers ($4,000-$6,000); Nicole Kidman?s Batman Forever clinical psychological evaluation file ($5,000-$7,000); John Travolta?s stunt 1911 Beretta pistol from Face/Off ($2,000-$3,000); yellow Superlab Hazmat suits and boots worn by characters Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul from the hit television series Breaking Bad and much more. In celebration of this year?s 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movies, Julien?s Auctions will offer a fine collection of props from the enchanting film franchise, including a wand from Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe from 2005?s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($8,000-$10,000) (photo left), one of Snape?s wands ($6,000-$8,000), the license plate and badge from the Flying Ford Anglia car used in 2002?s Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($3,000-$5,000), Hogwart's Wax Seal Acceptance Letter Envelope from 2001?s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ($8,000-$10,000) and more. ?Julien's Auctions is proud to unveil the lineup of our annual Hollywood memorabilia event ?our biggest one to date ?comprising of the most coveted pop culture relics from the past half century,? said Darren Julien, CEO/President of Julien?s Auctions. ?As Julien's continues to consistently shatter Hollywood memorabilia, music and celebrity estate records at auction, we are positioned to expand and offer this tremendous selection of over 800 investment quality and museum exhibition worthy cinematic treasures from the popular genres of Science Fiction, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, and beyond.? Fans and collectors will be able to peruse the history and provenance of these extraordinary items from their favorite films in Julien?s special limited-edition Hollywood Legends catalogues with four different catalogue covers specially designed for this exclusive event featuring Alien, Batman, Scarface and Edward Scissorhands. CAPTION: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. 11 Mar 2021 Pictured: More than 800 items from the world of Sci-Fi, action and fantasy films are set to hit the auction block in Los Angeles on April 28 and 29, 2021, for Julien?s Auctions Hollywood Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy and More Auction. Photo credit: Julien's Auctions/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Brad Pitt keeps it safe with a mask on while out about in Beverly Hills. 24 Feb 2021 Pictured: Brad Pitt. Photo credit: P&P / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Brad Pitt keeps it safe with a mask on while out about in Beverly Hills. 24 Feb 2021 Pictured: Brad Pitt. Photo credit: P&P / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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FILE - Actor Christopher Plummer is helped by attendants as he puts his footprints in cement during a ceremony outside the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on March 27, 2015, in Los Angeles. Plummer, the dashing award-winning actor who played Captain von Trapp in the film "The Sound of Music" and at 82 became the oldest Academy Award winner in history, has died. He was 91. Plummer died Friday morning, Feb. 5, 2021, at his home in Connecticut with his wife, Elaine Taylor, by his side, said Lou Pitt, his longtime friend and manager. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
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FILE - Actor Christopher Plummer seen at the press conference for "The Forger" during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 12, 2014, in Toronto. Plummer, the dashing award-winning actor who played Captain von Trapp in the film "The Sound of Music" and at 82 became the oldest Academy Award winner in history, has died. He was 91. Plummer died Friday morning, Feb. 5, 2021, at his home in Connecticut with his wife, Elaine Taylor, by his side, said Lou Pitt, his longtime friend and manager. (Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP, File)
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FILE - The hand and footprints of actor Christopher Plummer are seen following a ceremony for him outside the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on March 27, 2015, in Los Angeles. Plummer, the dashing award-winning actor who played Captain von Trapp in the film "The Sound of Music" and at 82 became the oldest Academy Award winner in history, has died. He was 91. Plummer died Friday morning, Feb. 5, 2021, at his home in Connecticut with his wife, Elaine Taylor, by his side, said Lou Pitt, his longtime friend and manager. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
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Brad Pitt looks laid back and relaxed in a new campaign for Miraval Rose to mark the winehouse?s 2020 vintage. The 57-year-old actor is seen in the new visual campaign with the tag ?Spirit of the Riviera?. A true icon for the arts, MIRAVAL is constantly searching for new ways to explore the art of creating and the art of doing. For this campaign, the estate has turned to the celebrated Australian artist Lachlan Bailey, known for his highly cinematographic photos that are at once sophisticated and intimate, and always subtle. The photographer has captured the unique feel of the Riviera with Brad Pitt in a chill out mood beside a swimming pool& in Los Angeles. Because, just like summer, MIRAVAL is ?all about relaxing and unwinding?. ?Bursting with the Provence sun, the new 2020 MIRAVAL vintage is also very tempting with its elegant, pale pink color, reminiscent of rose petals,? a spokesperson explained. ?On the nose MIRAVAL Ros?? is all in elegance, with superb freshness, exuding aromas of fresh fruit, redcurrants, and fresh roses, lifted by lemon zest. The refinement continues in the mouth with a stunning vivacity and rich aromas that subtly balance the mineral and saline notes. An irresistible wine that finishes on persistent lemony notes. ?MIRAVAL Ros?? 2020 is a true reflection of the magnificent Ch??teau in Provence and its legendary recording studio. Each of its creations, forged out of a passion of working the vine, asserts itself as an unexpected masterpiece. Inspired by color, matter and light, MIRAVAL reinvents the rules and our way of appreciating ros??. MIRAVAL?s Art of Ros?? becomes an Art of Living.?. 13 Jan 2021 Pictured: Brad Pitt is seen in a new campaign for his wine brand Miraval Rose to mark the release of the brand?s 2020 vintage on January 13, 2020. Photo credit: MIRAVAL/ Lachlan Bailey/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Brad Pitt looks laid back and relaxed in a new campaign for Miraval Rose to mark the winehouse?s 2020 vintage. The 57-year-old actor is seen in the new visual campaign with the tag ?Spirit of the Riviera?. A true icon for the arts, MIRAVAL is constantly searching for new ways to explore the art of creating and the art of doing. For this campaign, the estate has turned to the celebrated Australian artist Lachlan Bailey, known for his highly cinematographic photos that are at once sophisticated and intimate, and always subtle. The photographer has captured the unique feel of the Riviera with Brad Pitt in a chill out mood beside a swimming pool& in Los Angeles. Because, just like summer, MIRAVAL is ?all about relaxing and unwinding?. ?Bursting with the Provence sun, the new 2020 MIRAVAL vintage is also very tempting with its elegant, pale pink color, reminiscent of rose petals,? a spokesperson explained. ?On the nose MIRAVAL Ros?? is all in elegance, with superb freshness, exuding aromas of fresh fruit, redcurrants, and fresh roses, lifted by lemon zest. The refinement continues in the mouth with a stunning vivacity and rich aromas that subtly balance the mineral and saline notes. An irresistible wine that finishes on persistent lemony notes. ?MIRAVAL Ros?? 2020 is a true reflection of the magnificent Ch??teau in Provence and its legendary recording studio. Each of its creations, forged out of a passion of working the vine, asserts itself as an unexpected masterpiece. Inspired by color, matter and light, MIRAVAL reinvents the rules and our way of appreciating ros??. MIRAVAL?s Art of Ros?? becomes an Art of Living.?. 13 Jan 2021 Pictured: Brad Pitt is seen in a new campaign for his wine brand Miraval Rose to mark the release of the brand?s 2020 vintage on January 13, 2020. Photo credit: MIRAVAL/ Lachlan Bailey/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie was spotted shopping at an Ethiopian Boutique store with her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne in Los Angeles, CA. The Mother daughter trio were seen walking through the aisles as they checked out the various Ethiopian Garb and clothing on the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World RightsINTERNET+100%
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World RightsINTERNET+100%
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World RightsINTERNET+100%
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. 08 Jan 2021 Pictured: Angelina Jolie looked radiant in a white dress as she takes her two daughters Zahara and Vivienne on a shopping trip on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, CA. The trio were seen arriving at Sorella and picking out some clothes off the racks. Photo credit: Marksman / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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