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FARGO SCORES 18 EMMY NOMS

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TInseltown loves Fargo. The new FX series set in the same world as the classic Cohen Brothers dark comedy, scored 18 Emmy nominations (second only to HBO’s Game of Thrones, which received 19 noms), including Best Miniseries and acting nominations for Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman, Colin Hanks and Allison Tolman. VIP Fan Auctions is currently offering wardrobe worn on-screen by Fargo‘s Emmy-nominated lead actors (and others), including a jacket, sweater and shirt worn on-screen by Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thronton) or a sports coat, shirt and tie ensemble worn on-screen by Lester Nygaard (Martin Freeman). Click here to see all of the available Fargo auctions!

 

A DARK DAY IN DALLAS

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Nearly 50 years ago, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, turned a sunny Dallas afternoon into one of the darkest days in America. The intriguing new film Parkland, starring Zac Efron, Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Giamatti, offers a glimpse into the events at Parkland Memorial Hospital, where Kennedy was rushed after the shooting – and VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans an opportunity to own some of the amazing screen-worn wardrobe from this period piece. Click here for details on the iconic pink blazer, skirt and hat worn by Kat Steffens as First Lady Jackie Kennedy, the president’s suit worn by Brett Stimely as JFK, doctor uniforms worn by Zac Efron and Colin Hanks and much more. Click here to see all of the period costumes and place your bid today!

 

DEXTER’S LAMB AND LION

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In the pulse-pounding sixth-season Dexter finale, “This is the Way the World Ends,” Dexter’s (Michael C. Hall) son Harrison is abducted by Travis (Colin Hanks) to serve as a sacrifice to bring about Doomsday. Before he was targeted as a sacrificial lamb, however, Travis was a lion (pictured above) for his Noah’s Ark play – and now VIP Fan Auctions is offering the lion mask he wore on-screen in the episode. Created by the Dexter props department, it’s a phenomenal piece of Dexter history from what leads to a defining moment in the series. Click here to see photos and additional information about the prop – and claim your piece of Dexter today!

 

Four New ‘Parkland’ Clips

Watch 4 New Clips From JFK Drama ‘Parkland’ Starring Paul Giamatti & Billy Bob Thornton. Parkland hits theaters October 14, 2013.

Clip 1 – Features Billy Bob Thorton and Paul Giamatti

Clip 2 – Her Husband Killed The President

Clip 3 – My Story Too

Clip 4 – We Had Him

Parkland hits theaters October 4th.

 

DEXTER’S ‘RIGHT HAND’ MAN

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The series finale of Dexter is upon us, but there is still time to collect a piece of this groundbreaking series – and in keeping with the spirit of the show, VIP Fan Auctions is offering the fan who casts the winning bid the screen-used right hand of Professor James Gellar (played by Edward James Olmos) from season 6 and 7! Though Gellar was murdered by his protégé Travis, the Doomsday Killer (Colin Hanks), his disembodied rubber prop hand lives on! The auction also includes a slide with a blood sample, which was also featured on-screen. Click here for photos and more information – and place your bid today!

For more screen-used Dexter props and wardrobe items, click here!

 

THOSE KINDS OF CLOTHES

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The sixth-season premiere of Dexter finds the title character (Michael C. Hall) faking an injury to lure a pair of evil paramedics who traffic human organs into his clutches. It’s a (literally) shocking start to another pulse-pounding season that introduces the Doomsday Killer (Colin Hanks) and Professor Gellar (Edward James Olmos). Fans of Dexter have an opportunity to own a piece of the groundbreaking series by bidding on Dexter’s screen-worn wardrobe – a Perry Ellis linen shirt (pictured above) and pants (click here for photos and more information) worn by the world’s most sympathetic serial killer in the episode, titled “Those Kinds of Things.” Best of all, there are no blood splatters! Place your bid on this piece of Dexter history today!