A huge Hollywood memorabilia auction selling some of Tinseltown's most iconic props will drive classic movie fans crazy.
Iconic items like Tom Cruise's Top Gun bomber jacket and Julia Roberts' Pretty Woman boots will all go under the hammer.
In total, more than 900 Prop Store movie and TV memorabilia will be sold at a huge Hollywood auction that will be held in December.
Impressive! A massive Hollywood memorabilia auction, selling props valued at £ 4.4 million, will drive classic movie fans crazy in December
Icon: One of the items going under the hammer is Tom Cruise's bomber jacket from the classic Top Gun from 1986
The items won't be cheap for potential buyers, however, as the memorabilia have the potential to make a total of £ 4.4 million based on the valuation previously made on each item.
Other highlights include Ewan McGregor's lightsaber in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, which is estimated to bring in a whopping £ 120,000.
A 007 tracksuit featured in Daniel Craig's Bond Outing Skyfall 2013 has an estimate of £ 20,000.
The boots Hollywood superstar Julia Roberts wears in Pretty Woman could fetch £ 15,000, while Top Gun's Tom Cruise bomber jacket has an estimate of £ 16,000.
Who you're looking at: The mechanical alien head from the 1979 science fiction classic Alien is estimated to cost an estimated £ 40-60,000
Freaky: The prop has memorably scared Ellen Ripley of Sigourney Weaver on numerous occasions
Slick: The all-black outfit that Keanu Reeves donned in the 2003 flick The Matrix Reloaded retails for £ 40-60,000
Legendary: Russell Crow's shield from Ridley Scott's Roman epic Gladiator (2000) is also available
Battle Ready: The stunt arena sign is a steal from £ 8,000 to £ 10,000
Sharp: Arnold Schwarzenegger's sword from Conan The Barbarian (1982) will also be auctioned
For the mega-fans: the iconic weapon is estimated to cost an estimated £ 30-50,000
Cool cat: Marty McFly's red and gray bomber jacket makes a steal of £ 12-15,000
Unique: The lucky fan who grabs it can cosplay Michael J. Fox in Back to the Future (1985).
Michael J. Fox's jacket from Back To The Future Part II could fetch £ 15,000.
Other highlights include Johnny Depp's pirate hat from Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and the mechanical alien head from the 1979 science fiction classic Alien.
Fans can also grab Saving Private Ryan's Tom Hanks signed helmet, Gladiator's Russell Crowe's stunt arena shield, and Hook's Robin Williams' costume.
Jack Nicholson's fedora from his Joker role in Batman, David Bowie's crystal ball from Labyrinth, Brad Pitt's red leather jacket from Fight Club and Madonna's hat from Evita are also available for wealthy megafans.
For the classy: Sean Connery's gray flannel suit jacket from Diamonds are Forever (1971) is available for a cool £ 20 to £ 30,000
Lethal: Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber, used by Ewan McGregor in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, goes under the hammer
Glossy: The gun is estimated to make a whopping £ 120,000
Family favorite: Robin Williams' outfit by Hook (1991) goes on sale for £ 10-15,000
Macho: Brad Pitt's red leather jacket from Fight Club is available
Vintage: The boots Hollywood superstar Julia Roberts wears in Pretty Woman could fetch £ 15,000
Stephen Lane, CEO of Prop Store, said the items were "a fantastic collection of over 900 artifacts for movie fans to enjoy".
Other highlights include Keanu Reeves' outfit in the 2003 film The Matrix Reloaded and the R2-S8 droid from Solo: A Star Wars.
Prop Store was founded by Stephen in 1998 after his love of films led him to hunt for the most sought-after props in film history.
22 years later, the company has 30 employees in London and Los Angeles and 25,000 square meters of props and costume archives.
The group's last auction will take place on December 1st and 2nd.
Creepy: Jack Nicholson's fedora from his Joker role in Batman is another prop for sale
Very Popular: Tom Hanks & # 39; Saving Private Ryan's signed helmet is available for £ 10-15,000
Bargain: Buck Russell's bowling ball from the 1989 film Uncle Buck is £ 5-7,000
Legendary: The R2-S8 droid from the Star Wars excursion Solo 2008: A Star Wars Story costs £ 40-60,000. Pictured with Prop Store Founder and CEO Stephen Lane
Mysterious: David Bowie's crystal ball from the classic labyrinth from 1986 is to be auctioned for a cool 10-15,000 pounds
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