For the 3rd year in a row, ODEON are partnering with Prop Store to hold the UK's biggest auction of entertainment memorabilia at London's BFI IMAX this September.
A chance for hardcore fans and collectors to get their hands on a part of cinematic and popular culture history!
Over 600 iconic lots of original props, costumes and rare production material will be sold on the 26th of September at the BFI IMAX, proudly presented by ODEON, in London, Waterloo. The spectacular live auction will also be live-streamed online with an interactive webcast for fans to track the bidding.
A free museum worthy preview exhibition will be open to the public in the run up to the auction, showcasing over 250 lots from the upcoming auction.
Dates exhibition: 7th September - 26th September.
Timings : open every day from 10am.
Both the Auction and Exhibition take place at BFI IMAX in London, Waterloo.
Entry to both the Exhibition and Auction is free and there is no need for a ticket to enter the BFI IMAX.
You can watch other people spend huge amounts of cash, whilst you soak up the atmoshpere and marvel at the decades of cinematic history in front of your very eyes.
You can bid online, on the telephone, or in person. Online pre-bids can be made, as well as absentee bidding.
STAR ITEM - ILM Y-wing Model Miniature from STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983) £100,000 – 200,000
A Y-wing model miniature from Richard Marquand's Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Y-wing miniatures were used during the filming of the battle above the moon of Endor, as the Rebel fleet sought to destroy the second Death Star.
Made by the team at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), this particular model was crafted for use in the film’s visual effects sequences and was rigged with lights in the nacelles to simulate the appearance of burning ion jet engines. The model was mounted on a rod for use in the extensive motion-controlled filming sequences the film required.
The Y-wing is made of resin, with an array of metal and plastic detailing components running across the fuselage. An astromech droid is situated to the rear of the fighter’s canopy. Many of the components attached to the body of the starfighter are acquired from other model kits, with model engine blocks, radiators, traffic lights and street lights used to imply detail across the surface. Lightbulbs for illumination are situated at the rear of the nacelles, and contact posts for electrical wires are present on the top of the fuselage, but the bulbs no longer function. A panel at the rear of the fighter is removable, revealing a motion-control mounting point within.
The model features an elaborate painted finish, giving the fighter a battle-scarred look that was a staple of ILM's models throughout the original Star Wars trilogy. The model displays intentional production distressing, with laser fire and smoke damage applied throughout.
Alien Creature Costume from ALIENS (1986) £20k-£30k
An Alien warrior costume from James Cameron’s action sci-fi sequel Aliens. Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and the Colonial Marines battled Alien warriors throughout the film during their doomed rescue mission to the LV-426 colony.
The creatures were portrayed by stunt actors and dancers to achieve the convincing dynamic movement of the revised warrior designs.
Marty McFlys Light-up 2015 Nike Shoes (Michael J. Fox) from BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II (1989) £25k-£35k
Marty McFly's (Michael J. Fox) light-up 2015 Nike shoes from Robert Zemeckis’ sci-fi sequel Back to the Future Part II. Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) gave Marty self-lacing shoes when they time-travelled to the futuristic Hill Valley.
Designed by Nike shoe veteran Tinker Hatfield, these shoes represented a futuristic take on the classic Nike brand.
The Jokers Costume (Jack Nicholson) from BATMAN (1989) £20k-£30k
The Joker’s (Jack Nicholson) costume from Tim Burton’s superhero film Batman. This complete costume comprises components from various scenes throughout the film, including Joker’s meeting with the mobsters after killing Carl Grissom (Jack Palance), and the Gotham street parade.
Buddys Costume (Will Ferrell) from ELF (2003) £8k-£10k
Buddy’s (Will Ferrell) costume from Jon Favreau’s holiday classic Elf. Buddy wore his elf uniform throughout the film while he befriends his father and helps save Christmas.
Jules Winnfields Bad Mother F**ker Wallet (Samuel L. Jackson) from PULP FICTION (1993) £20k-£30k
Jules Winnfield's (Samuel L. Jackson) “Bad Mother Fucker” wallet from Quentin Tarantino’s Academy Award®-winning crime film Pulp Fiction. Hitman Jules Winnfield turned over his wallet to Pumpkin (Tim Roth) before he took control of a restaurant robbery.
Dr. Peter Venkmans Jumpsuit (Bill Murray) from GHOSTBUSTERS (1984) £6k-£8k
Dr. Peter Venkman's (Bill Murray) jumpsuit from Ivan Reitman’s supernatural comedy Ghostbusters. Venkman wore his Ghostbusters jumpsuit during numerous ghost-catching scenes throughout the film.
Peter Star-Lord Quills Hero Helmet (Chris Pratt) from GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2014) £30k-£50k
Peter ‘Star-Lord’ Quill’s (Chris Pratt) hero helmet from James Gunn’s space adventure Guardians of the Galaxy. Star-Lord used his helmet throughout the film for protection in battle, and in the vacuum of space. The two-piece light-up helmet is made of cast resin with a variety of different finishes mimicking metals. The helmet has been lightly distressed by production to simulate use.
James Bonds Royal Navy Cap (Roger Moore) from THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977) £5k-£7k
James Bond’s (Roger Moore) Royal Navy cap from Lewis Gilbert’s spy film The Spy Who Loved Me. Bond wore his hat at the beginning of the film when he received his mission briefing to investigate the missing submarines.
Jack Torrances Jacket (Jack Nicholson) from THE SHINING (1980) £30k-£50k
Jack Torrance’s (Jack Nicholson) jacket from Stanley Kubrick’s horror film The Shining. Torrance wore his jacket throughout much of the film, as he slowly descended into madness during the long winter spent with his family at the Overlook Hotel.
Indiana Jones Bullwhip (Harrison Ford) from INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE (1989) £50k-£70k
Indiana Jones’ (Harrison Ford) bullwhip from Steven Spielberg’s adventure sequel Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Synonymous with his character, Jones carried his bullwhip throughout his adventures in all four Indiana Jones films. This particular whip was created for various scenes including the rescue at Castle Brunwald, where Jones swings from electric cables to reach the room holding his father, Henry Jones Sr. (Sean Connery).
Supermans Flying Tunic (Christopher Reeve) from SUPERMAN IV: THE QUEST FOR PEACE (1987) £8k-£10k
Superman's (Christopher Reeve) flying tunic from Sidney J. Furie’s Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. This tunic was created for use in flying sequences.
C-3PO Special Effects Head from STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980) £60k-£80k
An injection-moulded C-3PO special effects head from Irvin Kershner’s Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Following the success of Star Wars and after feedback from Anthony Daniels, the decision was taken to overhaul the C-3PO costumes for The Empire Strikes Back. As part of the upgrade, the helmet was crafted from injection-moulded plastic, making it more comfortable than the previous fibreglass design. However, when the helmets arrived after manufacture, the plastic was found to have shrunk, making them too small for wear. Not to let them go to waste, some were turned over to the special effects department.
Thor's Mjölnir Hammer (Chris Hemsworth) from THOR (2011) £20k-£30k
Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) Mjölnir hammer from the character’s debut movie Thor. Gifted to him by his father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins), Thor carried Mjölnir until it was taken from him and sent to Earth, where Thor had to prove himself worthy enough to wield the weapon again
Pete Maverick Mitchells Flight Suit (Tom Cruise) from TOP GUN (1986) £20k-£30k
Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell's (Tom Cruise) flight suit from Tony Scott's action film Top Gun. Maverick wore his flight suit during aerial operations with the US Navy's Fighter Weapons School and on board the carrier USS Enterprise.
The Terminators Costume (Arnold Schwarzenegger) from TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES (2003) £10k-£15k
The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) costume from Jonathan Mostow’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. The Terminator wore his signature costume throughout the film. The garments became steadily more distressed as the story progressed, notably after the police shoot-out sequence in the cemetery, during which the Terminator carried John Connor (Nick Stahl) to safety in a coffin.