This is part of my ongoing coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2017. The most impressive thing at Comic-Con this year, in my opinion, was the off-site Blade Runner 2049 experience. Amazing.
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This is part of my ongoing coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Netflix had a really impressive off-site exhibition and experience this year. Their space promoted three of their exclusive series: Marvel’s The Defenders, Stranger Things, and Bright. In addition to some props and costumes on display were some photo opportunities and immersive experiences.
This is part of my ongoing coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2017. As usual, Prop Store had the most impressive exhibit for collectors of original TV and movie props and costumes. They updated the layout and look for their space this year and even though it was the same overall footprint, it felt much bigger. […]
This is part of my ongoing coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Having just concluded their own D23 convention a week earlier in Anaheim, it is obvious that Disney favors their own event as it grows more and more each year. The main attractions at the Star Wars exhibitor area was similar to the prior […]
This is part of my ongoing coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Marvel continue to have one of the most disappointing exhibitor spaces (in the context of who they are and what Comic-Con should be). I ripped Marvel Entertainment pretty hard in sharing my thoughts on their exhibitor space in 2016, and 2017 is just […]
In early 2016, I wrote a lengthy critique of the then proposed new “autograph anti-fraud legislation” introduced to the California Assembly. That bill was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown, and sustained vocal opposition to the law continues, along with confusion in the marketplace in California. Government being government, there are now two different […]
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Yesterday, celebrity news website TMZ published an “exclusive” feature about the upcoming Profiles in History auction, The Personal Property Auction of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, scheduled for September 23rd. Below their attention-grabbing headline, TMZ explains, “Carrie Fisher’s most prized possessions are about to hit the auction block … but behind the scenes there’s a […]
Below is the latest updated calendar for upcoming original movie and television prop, wardrobe, and memorabilia auction events. Please contact me if you are aware of any coming events of interest to collectors. Please also note that I update changes/additions to the calendar until the next update, in order to maintain as up to date […]
With Profiles in History doing fewer and fewer (and bigger and bigger) Hollywood auctions – relative to past years – it was a big question within the market as to how well this massive three-day sale would do. With nearly 2,000 lots, some with estimates exceeding $1M, it was a tremendous amount of high end […]
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Profiles in History have announced their latest “Hollywood Auction” event, built upon a 672 page auction catalog featuring 1,981 lots. Participants can bid online at Invaluable.com. The three-day auction will be held June 26th, 27th, and 28th.
Bonhams will be holding their “Entertainment Memorabilia” (auction 24240) auction will be held on June 28th in Knightsbridge. This sale includes 186 lots featuring a mix of film/television as well as rock and roll and popular music related memorabilia.
Heritage Auction Galleries’ latest online catalog and listings for their upcoming event, “Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction” will be held in Beverly Hills on June 17th & 18th. The sale features 796 lots of music and rock and roll items and vintage/classic Hollywood stars and personally owned items/estate items.