Whether he’s playing the Incredible Hulk or a quirky character in a little indie film, actor/filmmaker Mark Ruffalo is one of Hollywood’s most compelling actors. In his latest film, Begin Again, Ruffalo plays a disgraced record executive who discovers Keira Knightley’s Greta – a lovelorn singer-songwriter looking for a break. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the jacket, pants, shirt and shoes Ruffalo wears in the film (click here for photos and more information) as well as the dress, slip, sandals and necklaces Knightley wears in the film (click here for photos and information). For all of the available wardrobe auctions from Begin Again, which is currently in theaters and also stars Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, click here – and  place your bid on a piece of Hollywood history today!




Is there nothing Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine can’t do? In addition to leading one of the most popular bands making music today, he has a role on network hit show The Voice, he was named People’s sexiest man alive – and now he’s making his mark on Hollywood  on the silver screen in Begin Again. Fans of the man who “Moves Like Jagger” now have an amazing opportunity to own a piece of this superstar’s career by placing the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions on the jacket, shirt, shoes and pants he wore on-screen in Begin Again. Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding today!




Comedic actor Harvey Korman always had a knack for being himself – even when a sketch called for him to be someone else. During his years on The Carol Burnett Show from 1967-77, Korman could rarely keep a straight face, especially when working with partner in comedy Tim Conway. In the world of Warehouse 13, Korman’s ability to break character has been preserved in his monogram cufflinks – featured on-screen in the fifth-season episode “Savage Seduction” when Artie and Pete used them to stay themselves when they were whisked into a telenovella. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the Harvey Korman cufflinks to the lucky Warehouse 13 fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and information about this artifact – and wear your piece of television history with dignity, style and pride (and without fear of losing yourself in a television series).




One of the most influential horror writers in American history, the reclusive H.P. Lovecraft is the literary link between Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King. A prolific writer whose well-deserved fame came largely after his death, one of his short stories, The Silver Key – published in Weird Tales in 1929 – is about a man, Randolph Carter, who retrieves a mysterious silver key that allows him to return to his youth while retaining imagery from his adulthood. In Warehouse 13, Lovecraft’s silver key allows whoever holds it to be seen by others as a monster for a brief time. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering this screen-used artifact – as well as a Boa Vista Plantation Token, which features a palm tree that turns into a spider when someone gets near it and “bites” whomever holds it with deadly venom. Click here for photos and more information – but if you are the winning bidder, handle these artifacts with care! Bid now because this auction ends soon.




With a hard-partying father like Hank Moody (David Duchovny), the L.A .Times noted in 2011 that it should come as no surprise that his daughter, Becca (Madeline Martin), would join a rock band. While playing on the Venice boardwalk, Becca gets recruited by Zoë Kravitz’s Pearl to join her punk band, Queens of Dogtown – and now the Fender Squier Bullet Strat she played in Californication’s fourth season premiere, “Exile on Main St.” is available to one lucky fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The guitar has a ivory-colored wooden body and appears to be in working condition. Click here to see photos and read more about the Californication ax – and get in on the bidding today!




Perhaps the only thing more impressive than Lorne Malvo’s (played by Billy Bob Thornton) adeptness at his job is the Fargo hit man’s sense of style. Case in point: the double-breasted Hugo Boss Colombo coat that Malvo wore on-screen in the series premiere of Fargo is as bold and distinctive as the character – and currently available online at VIP Fan Auctions.  Made of virgin and angora wool, the coat (pictured above) is available to the winning bidder. Click here for more information and photos, and to get in on the bidding for this signature piece of the hit series Fargo wardrobe today. But do it quickly – this auction ends soon!




Those Who Kill was violent, intriguing – and it didn’t last as long as it should have on A&E. Even the show’s toughest critics, however, regarded star Chloe Sevigny, who played detective Catherine Jensen, as a reason to watch. It’s should come as no surprise considering Sevigny has turned in memorable performances in essentially everything she’s done on the big screen or small. Fans of the actress now have an opportunity to claim a piece of her Those Who Kill wardrobe – now available at VIP Fan Auctions. The site is offering the Joie sweater (pictured above), Vince pants and Stuart Weitzman boots she wore in the second episode of the series. Click here for photos and more information – and place your bid today!




More diabolical than The Joker, Dr. Doom and Lex Luthor combined, psychiatrist Fredric Wertham is the greatest villain comic books have ever known! Wertham waged a notorious campaign to paint comic books as harmful to children – but in the world of Warehouse 13, comic book readers had good reason to be afraid: Wertham’s spinner rack had the ability to create a force of energy that drew anyone near it into the comic books it held – and the only way out is for someone else to come along and spin the rack. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering a pair of “The City of Ghouls” No. 23 comic books that were featured on Wertham’s spinner rack in Warehouse 13. Don’t miss your chance to own these rare comics – featured in one of television’s most original series! Click here for photos and more information – and place your bid today!




It’s no secret that the Brothers Grimm fairytales tend to be much darker than their animated-movie counterparts, but the true tale of Cinderella featured more knife-wielding girl power than shoe-obsessed love connection. As legend goes, the original tale was changed to keep Cinderella’s glass knife – which will turn to glass anyone impaled by it – a secret (did you really think anyone could dance all night in glass slippers?). Featured on-screen in the second-season Warehouse 13 episode “Where and When,” Cinderella’s glass knife is now being made available at VIP Fan Auctions to the lucky fan who casts the winning bid. Click here to see photos and more information about this amazing artifact, and place your bid today.




The set of juggling balls used by legendary comedian, actor – and juggler – W.C. Fields offer more than a simple party trick. Fields, who often joked about booze in his act (he once advised, “Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small snake”), died in 1946, but his juggling balls were kept as a Warehouse 13 artifact. They induce blackout drunkenness to whoever holds them (with no hangover the next day), as evidence in the third-season episode “Love Sick,” in which Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) begin to pick up the balls after they are knocked off of a shelf – and wake up the next day naked in Artie’s (Saul Rubinek) bed (with Artie’s toothbrush) and Myka’s hair turned blonde (Marilyn Monroe’s hairbrush had something to do with this) – all with no memory of what happened the night before. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering this historic artifact to Warehouse 13 fans – click here for more information about these juggling balls – and place your bid today. Just be ready for some wild, unexplainable nights in your future!