As Warehouse 13 agent H.G. Wells (that’s Helena G. Wells), actress Jaime Murray has one of the richest back-stories on television. The sister of the famed science fiction writer (whose stories were largely based on Helena’s ideas), an apprentice at London’s Warehouse 12,an accomplished inventor – and recently returned to physical form from life as a hologram. VIP Fan Auctions is offering a piece of Helena’s physical second life – the trench coat, tank top, shorts and belt she wore on-screen during the second-season episode “Buried.” Click here for photos, sizing and other information – and get in the bidding today!
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There are a lot of rumors flying around right now about Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Possibilities of the cast heading down to Miami. John Cusack coming back despite earlier reports. Maybe even Rob C doing a little writing. Who really knows at this point? But check out this video and maybe draw some conclusions of your own!
The otherworldly guitar prowess of the late, great Jimi Hendrix is explained in Warehouse 13 – the electrical discharges that come out of it are enough to crash the eastern power grid and allow the instrument to play on its own. Featured in Warehouse 13′s third-season premiere, “The New Guy,” Hendrix’s electric guitar looks ready to play and is being offered to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Click here to see photos and additional information about this amazing artifact – and get in on the bidding today!
Warehouse 13 was designed by Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and MC Escher (with a little help from Albert Einstein) as a secure and secret place to hide important artifacts ranging from enchanted juggling balls used by W.C. Fields to a mantle clock that belonged by Sigmund Freud. VIP Fan Auctions has removed a number of the artifacts from Warehouse 13 and are offering them to the fans who cast the winning bid. Currently available are Freud’s aforementioned clock (featured in the fourth season), which allows the user to enter the subconscious of another; Viking prince Godfrid Haraldsso’s Spoon (season two), which was used to give his warrior’s strength in battle; and Shiro Ishii’s medal (season three), which is used for interrogations. Claim your piece of history today – click here to check out all of the available Warehouse 13 artifacts and wardrobe items!
The epic samurai fantasy 47 Ronin is packed with amazing costumes created by designer Penny Rose. None are more distinctive than Lord Asano’s elite red armor (pictured above), which is now available to the winning bidder at VIP Fan Auctions. This dazzling costume was worn on-screen and features a helmet with facemask, body armor with epaulettes, kimono with obi, hakama pants, arm guards and greaves. Click here to see photos of the individual pieces – and get in on the bidding before this auction comes to an end!
The Omnicorp EM-208 cyborg has a distinct headpiece that is embodies (or is it disembodies?) the signature look of Robocop. It is simultaneously menacing and ultra cool – a piece of futuristic technology designed to maintain order on the mean streets of Detroit. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering fans an opportunity to own a screen-used EM-208 headpiece created by the Robocop props department. Click here for photos of and more information about this amazing piece of Omnicorp craftsmanship.
The Office’s Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) is a true original. A diabolical mastermind with a heart of gold, Dwight is an entrepreneur, cunning salesman and irresistible ladies’ man – due, no doubt, in no small part to his awesome Firebird and beet farm. Perhaps the most admirable aspect of Dwight, however, is that he does not compromise his beliefs – or sense of style – for anyone. VIP Fan Auctions is offering an unmistakable piece of Dwight’s wardrobe in the form of his trademark short-sleeve dress shirt and tie (actually two of Dwight’s screen-worn shirts and ties) – to the fan who casts the winning bid. Click here to stake a claim to your piece of Schrute memorabilia today – and view all of the available props and wardrobe items available from The Office.
In typical fashion as one season comes to an end everyone starts scrambling to find out what the next season will bring. Thus far in the hunt for American Horror Story season 4 there’s not much past bits and pieces crudely jammed together.
Some things are confirmed, or at least have a enough credibility for us to write about it. The season will be based in the 1950s as well as the present. Co-creator Ryan Murphy told E Weekly to look at the historical context of the 50s to find clues about what will drive the plot. That’s kind of a broad clue and it certainly allows our imagination to wander. Nuclear bombs, genetic mutations and cookie cutter neighborhoods are a few things that come to mind right off the bat.
Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson and Jessica Lange are all signed on for at least another round so we can definitely expect a few familiar faces. While there’s no official date yet filming for the new season will be starting sooner rather than later.
What are your Season 4 predictions?
As if owning the U.S. Army ring worn by Robocop media mogul Pat Novak wasn’t cool enough, the fact that it was worn on-screen by legendary actor Samuel L. Jackson – whose stellar body of work includes The Avengers, Pulp Fiction, Unbreakable, Goodfellas, Star Wars (episodes I, II and III) and many, many more – gives this movie prop an added level of sheer awesomeness. VIP Fan Auctions is offering this amazing piece of Robocop to the fan who places the winning bid. Click here to see photos of the ring’s design as well as sizing information. Don’t let this piece of film history – worn by one of Hollywood’s biggest stars and finest actors – slip through your fingers. Click here to get in on the bidding today!
The war hammer is not a weapon for the faint of heart. Once it is swung at full force, there is no pulling it back – and in the fists of Lugo (Barry Duffield) it will deliver a deathblow. VIP Fan Auctions is offering this instrument of brutality used by Lugo throughout Vengeance and War of the Damned. Designed and built by the Spartacus props department out of wood and hard foam – Lugo’s hammer appears every bit as menacing in real life as it does on the Starz epic. For photos, additional information – and to get in on the bidding for the destructive piece of Spartacus history, aim your cursor here and pound the button on your mouse today!
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