Fans of comedic actor Jay Baruchel – star of Judd Apatow’s “Undeclared” and the apocalypse comedy This is the End (and the underrated hockey film Goon) – are not accustomed to seeing him suited up as a corporate shill. As Omnicorps’s director of marketing in the Robocop reboot currently blasting its way across the big screen, Baruchel shows a slick side. “I am just, like, decked out to the nines every day in super, super fashion-ey stuff that I wouldn’t be caught dead wearing but I know it looks nice,” Baruchel admitted in an interview with TrailerAddict. VIP Fan Auctions is offering one of his sharpest wardrobe pieces – a Lavin suit (pictured above) and striped shirt – he wore on-screen in Robocop. Click here for photos and additional information – and stake your claim to a piece of sci-fi history today!
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Though Omnicorp has fused man and machine into the next evolution of law enforcement in 2028 Detroit, heavyweight fashion designers like Prada and Burberry maintain classic styles for the near future. That’s good news for 2014 fans of Robocop because VIP Fan Auctions is offering some of the key pieces of wardrobe worn on-screen in the film by some of its top stars. Currently available from the Robocop collection is a Burberry trench coat worn by Jay Baruchel (who plays Omnicorp marketing guru Tom Pope), a Prada sweater worn by Michael Keaton (as Omnicorp CEO Raymond Sellars) – and an Omnicorp Security uniform worn by Jackie Earle Haley (above, as Rick Mattox). Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of the new Robocop – click here to see all of the available auctions.
The samurai armor on display in 47 Ronin represents an amazing feat of wardrobe design. Created by legendary designer Penny Rose, the 400 elaborate samurai costumes crafted for the fantasy film come in a vast array of colors, materials and styles – including an intimidating set of boar-inspired armor featured in the Keanu Reeves film. All pieces of this elaborate costume have been custom made, including a helmet, kimono with obi, arm guards and apron, armor, pants and shoes. Click here for photos and more information on this amazing piece of film artisanship – and visit VIP Fan Auctions to see all of the available 47 Ronin costumes!
Bones fans celebrated the recent announcement by Fox that the network has renewed the series for a 10th (and final) season. A follow-up statement that Bones would also be returning to Monday nights made the news even sweeter. “Over the course of nine seasons, Bones has grown from a hit crime procedural into a beloved pillar of our lineup that resonates with fans in a way that only the best of shows can,” said Fox Chairman Kevin Reilly. “Our viewers have embraced Emily, David and the entire cast and characters of Bones as their very own, and I think they are going to love what Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan have planned for Season 10!” Fans don’t have to wait until Season 10, however, to start claiming their own pieces of the hit series. VIP Fan Auctions has raided the closet of Temperance “Bones” Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and is currently offering more than a dozen of her screen-worn blazers, dresses and other wardrobe items. Click here to see all of the available Bones auctions – and place your bid on a piece to television history today!
Steve Carell is one of the biggest movie stars in the world – and his place in television history is equally as legendary. From his heartfelt-yet-zany leadership techniques as Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch manager to his endless cache of “That’s What She Said” quips, the character is a pop culture icon. VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of The Office an opportunity to own a stylish piece of this classic comedy (and character) by placing the winning bid on Michael Scott’s screen-worn tuxedo as well as one of his jacket, tie and shirt combinations, a suit; and the sweatshirt, hat and pants (pictured above) Steve Carell wore in the sixth-season episode “The Banker.” Check out all of these wardrobe items – and more at The Office auction page today!
The samurai armor featured in 47 Ronin is almost as fantastical as the film itself. Created by costume designer Penny Rose, who reportedly made 400 elaborate samurai costumes for the film, the Tiger Elite samurai warrior costume is currently available at VIP Fan Auctions. All pieces of this elaborate costume have been custom made, including a tiger-head helmet, kimono with obi, arm guards and greaves, armor, pants and shoes. Click here for photos and more information on this amazing piece of film artistry – and click here to see all of the available 47 Ronin costumes available to the wining bidder!
Style and opulence are on fill display in the Miami-based Starz series Magic City, and as boss of the posh Miramar Playa, Ike Evans (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) exudes confidence and success with every detail. Fans of the series now have an amazing opportunity to claim a key piece of his wardrobe – actually two pieces – by placing the winning bid on either of his designer, screen-worn timepieces. VIP Fan Auctions is offering his white gold watch (appraised at $2,800) and his gold Jaeger Le Coultre (appraised at $12,000). Don’t miss your chance to own one of these stunning watches – and other wardrobe items – featured on Magic City!
As Terry Gannon’s (Maggie Lawson) fabulously wealthy best friend in Back in the Game, Lulu Lovette (Lenora Crichlow) is the chief benefactor of the Angles – as well as birthday parties and girls’ nights out. For fans of the series – or high fashion – VIP Fan Auctions is opening Lulu’s closet to the public, offering her dresses, shoes and other screen-worn wardrobe – worth thousands of dollars – to the winning bidders. Currently available is a stunning Donna Karan dress (pictured above, original retail price: $1,956.55), a pair of stylish Brian Atwood shoes (original retail price: $381.50), Elie Tahari jacket (original retail price: $498) and a Dolce & Gabbana floral-print dress (original retail price: $2,306.44). Click here to see all of the available Back in the Game auctions – and more phenomenal designer wardrobe opportunities – click here.
Few rebels – or gladiators, for that matter – were as deft with a sword as Gannicus (Dustin Clare). Certainly, his skill was fueled by a love for the fight, but it was as if the blades he wielded throughout the Spartacus epic were imbued with a power of their own. VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of the series an opportunity to learn for themselves what it’s like to hold the sword of Gannicus by offering one of the warrior’s screen-used weapons – as well as a visual-effects version used to safely impale talented actors – in multiple episodes of Vengeance and War of the Damned. Click here for photos and more information – and place your bid on a piece of one of the bloodiest (and best) shows in television history!
The fantasy element of 47 Ronin is brought to life in large part through its amazing samurai costumes. Designer Penny Rose reportedly created 400 suits of samurai armor for the film, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering several of the most distinctive – including the red armor of Lord Asano, former master of the Ronin (pictured above). Click here for photos and more information about this amazing costume, and visit all of the 47 Ronin auctions to view all of the available screen-worn wardrobe from the film – and claim your piece of this Japanese film fable today!
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