Liam Neeson has one of the most diverse and impressive bodies of work of any actor working today. From historical dramas like Schindler’s List and Michael Collins, to blockbuster franchises like Batman, Star Wars and Taken – and under-the-radar turns in movies like The Lego Movie and Anchorman 2 – Neeson is an A-list superstar with the talent to back it up. Now fans have an opportunity to claim a piece of his storied career – VIP Fan Auctions is offering the six pieces of cowboy gear he wore on-screen as Clinch in the Seth MacFarlane comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. The wardrobe includes the hat, boots and coat Neeson wore in the film, as well as his pants, scarf and shirt. Don’t let this opportunity get away – click here for more information, photos and to place your bid today! The auction ends soon!
Judging by the increased levels of zombie activity in our popular culture, this may be the most important auction of your life. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the zombie-survival kit used on-screen in the FX hit Fargo. The kit features two machetes, a knife, baton, rope, compass and more – featured in the episode “A Muddy Road.” If you’re a Fargo fan, zombie fanatic – or if you happen to be one of the survivors on The Walking Dead, click here for more information, photos and to place your bid today!
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Thomas Jeffries was a 19th century Australian cannibal, serial killer and all-around nasty dirtbag. Jeffries’ boomerang is just as relentless as the man who tossed it – when thrown, it will circle endlessly until its target is wounded, dead or caught. Now a Warehouse 13 artifact featured on-screen in the fourth-season episode “The Ones You Love,” the boomerang was used by Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek) against himself – and now VIP Fan Auctions is offering the 26-in. weapon (one wood version, one foam version) to the Warehouse 13 fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding today. Unlike Jeffries’ boomerang, this opportunity will not be circling forever!
There is a little-known secret about the legend of King Arthur and Excalibur that was revealed in the second-season Warehouse 13 episode “Age Before Beauty.” It turns out that Arthur was able to pull the sword from the stone thanks to a mysterious property of the blade – when it comes into contact with a stone laced with the same mystery metal, the blade temporarily loses its solid form and will pass through solid matter (which allowed Arthur to extract Camelot’s legendary sword). Agents Lattimer and Bering demonstrated this – just in time – when Pete (Eddie McClintock) tossed the special stone to Myka (Joanne Kelly), which saved her from getting sliced in a sword fight. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering this stone to the Warehouse 13 fan who casts the winning bid! Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding for this highly classified piece of Camelot today!
Californication’s Marcy Runkle, played by the phenomenal Pamela Adlon (Louie), is ballsy and brash with a sense of style almost as sharp as her tongue. VIP Fan Auctions is offering one of her screen-worn outfits – the black leather Rag & Bone zip-front dress she wore in the fifth-season episode “The Party” (pictured above). Click here for additional photos and more information – and to complete the outfit, fans can bid on Marcy’s designer Audemars Piguet watch, bracelet and ring she wore In the fifth-season premiere “JFK to LAX.” Click here for more information on this screen-worn jewelry from Showtime’s Californication.
The nerve center of the Omnicorp EM-208 cyborg is a miracle of modern engineering – and it will soon belong to the civilian Robocop fan who places the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The screen-used EM-208 head and torso offers an up-close look at the detail the visual effects masterminds painstakingly created to bring these cyborgs to life. Click here to see photos of these incredible pieces of movie magic and for more details about each – and claim your piece of Robocop today! But don’t wait – this auction is ending soon!
Charlize Theron owns a Best Actress statuette, world-class beauty status – and a reputation as a great comedic actress. During filming on the Seth MacFarlane comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West, the actress – who played Anna in the film – kept comfortable between takes with a pair of gray, sheepskin Uggs boots – which are now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The movies-and-TV auction site is also offering a blouse and dress Theron wore in the film. To see photos and more information about these unique piece of wardrobe, click here – and get in on the bidding today! For more wardrobe items from A Million Ways to Die in the West, click here!
In the fifth-season Warehouse 13 episode “A Faire To Remember,” Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) and Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) don knight armor as they search for an artifact that keep animating inanimate objects at a Renaissance Faire. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the torso plates and guards worn on-screen in the episode by Pete. Composed of metal with leather straps, this armor is a phenomenal – and wearable – piece of Warehouse 13 history. Click here for photos and more information – and place your bid today!
After dominating animated TV comedy for years, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane brought his twisted brand of hilarity to the big screen with the 2012 blockbuster Ted. This summer, he unleashed more cinematic laughs with A Million Ways to Die in the West as the hapless Albert – a sheep farmer who chickens out of a gunfight (he’s never actually fired a gun) and, as a result, loses his girlfriend (Amanda Seyfried) to a gloriously mustachioed jerk (Neil Patrick Harries) and suddenly finds himself in the sights of a legendary gunslinger (Liam Neeson). VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans an opportunity to own writer/director/star Seth MacFarlane’s screen-worn wardrobe, including Albert’s vest, pants and shirt. Click here to see photos of the entire costume and to place your bid on a piece of Hollywood history today! And click here for more wardrobe featured on-screen in A Million Ways to Die in the West!
If you’ve been too bashful to get in on the bidding for a screen-used Warehouse 13 prop from VIP Fan Auctions, the artifact pictured above might be exactly what you need. The mystical box was discovered in the warehouse stacks by Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) to give Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek) a little confidence boost to talk to Vanessa Calder (Lindsay Wagner) during the second-season episode “For the Team.” The colorful wooden box is imbued with the power to reduce shyness, and it has a metal clasp and Chinese lettering printed inside of it. Click here to see photos, dimensions and other information – and place your bid today!