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ART-IFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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Chappie is not your average robot. The droid star of Neill Blomkamp’s latest sci-fi film thinks for himself, has his own sense of style, and he expresses himself through art. VIP Fan Auctions is offering a piece of Chappie’s art – the canvas sketch of a Volkswagen Beetle he created in the film (see above) – as well as his easel, set of brushes and two paint pots. Click here for photos and more information about this memorable piece of the hit film – and place your bid today. This auction is ending soon!

 

CHAPPIE FIREPOWER

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A city policed by robots may be an unnerving place to live, but the vibrantly violent criminal underground in Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie can be just as bizarre. However, there may be no better setting in which to teach a thoughtful android how to be “gangsta” – and VIP Fan Auctions is offering a sampling of this world’s eye-popping, screen-used weaponry featured in the ambitious feature film. Fans now have an opportunity to claim one of the bright yellow R4 machine guns and ammo clip featured in the film, as well as Yolandi Visser’s baby-blue stunt uzi, Hippo’s (Brandon Auret) black-and-silver Varan gun – and the handgun wielded by Chappie (played by Sharlto Copley and pictured above) in the film. Don’t wait for artificial intelligence to run amok before bidding on your piece of prop firepower today – click here to see all of the available Chappie props and wardrobe items now available!

 

CHAPPIE TOPS BOX OFFICE

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Director/writer Neill Blomkamp’s latest science-fiction tale, Chappie – about a police droid who is reprogrammed to think for itself – landed at the top of the box office during its opening weekend with $13.3 million. Chappie is the latest in a string of hits including Elysium and District 9 for the South African director and New Zealand special-effects gurus WETA Digital –  and VIP Fan Auctions is now offering screen-used Chappie props and wardrobe items! Click here to see all of the available Chappie items and claim your piece of film history from one of the most imaginative directors working today!

 

TRUNK HISTORY

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The Beauchamp family keeps many secrets and spells locked away in their enchanted steamer trunk – a mainstay on Witches of East End for the series’ two-season run. Though the box cannot be opened by anyone without magical powers, the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions will gain possession of the screen-used prop and complete access to its enchanted contents. Included in the trunk are 18 glass vials, seven spell candles, four stone orbs, assorted spell ingredients and various images and writings. Click here to see photos of the Beauchamp’s trunk and its content – and claim your magical piece of memorabilia today!

 

DARK ARTS DISCOVERED

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The journals of cult leader Archibald Browning (Matthew Del Negro) are a fascinating read. They detail his life with Ingrid Beauchamp (Rachel Boston) in the early 1900s and contain his darkest spells – some written in his own blood. Discovered and later destroyed by Dash Gardiner (Eric Winter), the warlock’s journals were eventually reconstituted and stolen from Fair Haven. Luckily for the witches, the tomes will soon fall into the hands of the Witches of East End fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The auction includes two of Archibald’s journals, an encyclopedia with a hollowed-out compartment, a stack of photos and love letters from Ingrid to Archibald – all featured in the second-season episode “Smells Like King Spirit.” Click here for photos of these enchanted props, more information and to get in on the bidding today!

 

WHOA, CANADA!

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When former Canadian pop-star Robin Scherbatsky (Cobie Smulders) sets her sights on something, she will stop at (almost) nothing to have it – including Barney Stinson (Neal Patrick Harris). Of course, Barney relies on this fact to carry out his greatest scheme – to get Robin to pursue him! In the eighth-season episode “Lobster Crawl,” Robin faces the prospect of Barney moving on with someone else, which prompts her to show up at Barney’s awesome apartment wearing nothing but her coat and negligee. The How I Met Your Mother fan who casts the winning bid on Robin’s eye-popping, screen-worn blue bustier and J. Crew coat – available at VIP Fan Auctions – will take possession of a monumental piece of wardrobe from one of the series’ most pivotal scenes (not to mention worn by an Agent of SHIELD). Click here to see photos of the outfit, find more information and to get in on the bidding today.

 

 

THAT FATEFUL NIGHT

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How I Met Your Mother fans spent years speculating about who Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) eventually married. Clues were scattered along the way – The Mother’s presence in the economics class to which Ted mistakenly tries to teach architecture, the yellow umbrella The Mother left behind at the St. Patrick’s Day party (and Ted’s inadvertent return of the umbrella to her two years later), and, of course, Ted’s classic encounter with The Mother (a.k.a. Tracy McConnell, played by Cristin Milioti) during the ninth season at the Farhampton train station. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the tan raincoat worn by The Mother during the momentous reveal – and the lucky How I Met Your Mother fan who casts the winning bid will claim this truly historic piece of TV history. Click here for photos, details – and to place your bid today!

 

SNAKESKIN BRIEFS

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If you want to make an impression at your next business meeting, stake your claim to the python-skin briefcase once carried by Lou Dorchen (Rob Corddry), a.k.a. the “Father of the Internet” in Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Exploiting time travel for personal gain certainly has its benefits – and Lou made the most of it – but in this fold of the space-time continuum, VIP Fan Auctions is offering some of the coolest – and functional – props from Hot Tub Time Machine 2, and the snakeskin case is at the top of the list. Click here to see photos of this striking attaché and to get in on the bidding for this piece of Hollywood history/future today!

 

THROWING SHADES

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Wendy Beauchamp is a good witch with a wicked edge. An outcast of Asgard and East End, cursed with the qualities of a cat – and living on borrowed time have made her tough and tender – and a powerful force to be reckoned with. She also dresses the part, and the black Yves Saint Laurents sunglasses worn on-screen by Mädchen Amick (pictured above) as the shape-shifting version of Wendy during Dash and Freya’s wedding in the first season finale “Oh, What A World” are now available for the Witches of East End fan who conjures the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t let the sun go down without checking out these screen-worn shades – click here for photos, information and to place a bid!

 

HOT TUB TIMELESS

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No matter how far into the past or future you travel in a hot-tub time machine, there are some fashion trends that never go out of style. Of course, not everyone has the swagger to pull off every style. Case in point – the slick gray Steve Harvey suit, multicolor Visconti shirt and Cole Haan shoes worn by Craig Robinson in Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (click here for details). The Versace suit, Sean John tie, Horace Hugh shirt and Aldo shoes worn on-screen by Christian Slater (above) in the film are true wardrobe classics (click here for details), and the Armani suit worn on-screen by Rob Corddry in Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is truly timeless (click here). Visit VIP Fan Auctions to see all of the amazing designer wardrobe items currently available from the comedy Hot Tub Time Machine and get on your own best-dressed list today!