This dress was worn by the lead character MARY JANE WASTON (KIRSTEN DUNST) during the scene in which SPIDER-MAN (TOBEY MAGUIRE) saves her from DOC OCK (ALFRED MOLINA) and she finally learns the true identity of SPIDER-MAN. This dress is seen prominently during the movie! Color: Brown & Cream. Condition: KEY WARDROBE/PROP PURPOSELY AGED/DAMAGED FOR FILMING. This dress has been given an aged look for effect during filming. Comes with a Spider-Man 2 Certificate of Authenticity from Columbia Pictures.
This is a complete set of the original thermal transfer sheets of the Spider-Man costume from the production of Spider-Man 2. These are not prints from scans of the patterns, and these are not simply papersheets. These are originals heat transfers from the costume department of the Spider-Man 2 film set. The set consists of three large pattern sheets with muscle shading, the costume's unique "brick" texture, and the template on which the raised webbing is to be glued down. The costume departments notes are also printed on one sheet, outside the transfer pieces. These prints would be heat-transferred to red and blue lycra, which would then be cut and sewn. The patterns for the entire suit are included in this rare surviving complete set. You may have seen fan copies of the suit. The brick texture which is an intregal part of the costume is impossible to replicate; the shapes expand and contract to insinuate muscle shapes underneath the fabric. Comes framed.
This is a Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) tentacle piece from the 2004 blockbusting comic book adaptation Spider-Man 2. Dr. Otto Octavius (Molina) attaches four mechanical arms to his back, and a freak accident welds them to his body, creating a Monster! This is a piece of tentacle created for the production to be used in stagnant shots, when the claws did not need to function such as poke through walls or at particular things. This amazing piece is made primarily of metal, steel and plastic material. The piece is made up of one long metal pole that is wrapped in 27 different segments, similar to vertebrae. These 27 segments, which feature triangular 'collars' wrapped around each piece, are connected by three tubes that run all the way through the tentacle; this causes the segments to swivel together so that, when one is turned, the adjacent segments turn as well. The end is capped by a stationary, closed claw that does not open, but is given the markings of hinges and openings. This incredible piece is very heavy; it weighs 43 lbs (20kg). It measures 55" x 5" (139cm x 13cm). The piece is in very good condition, with some wear due to production use. Comes presented on a custom built black stand with the Spiderman 2 logo, and is illuminated using ultra bright LEDs operated via a small switch at the back. Comes with Certificates of Authenticity from Propstore of London.
A Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) tentacle from the 2004 comic book adaptation Spider-Man 2. Dr. Otto Octavius (Molina) innocently attaches four of these mechanical arms to his back to enhance his work, but a freak accident causes them to weld to his body, taking over and wreaking havoc. On this particular arm, the claws, normally snapping away, are closed, and was used for the insert shots that only saw the very tip of the tentacles, like when they bast through walls! The incredible piece is made mainly of fibreglass and metal, which has all been intentionally distressed to look battered and rusted. There are only seven vertebrae, with the detailed closed claw section at the end, and a space for an arm to be attached to enable the movement during filming. Running through all segments are three flexible tubes that allow the segments to stay in synchronised movement with each other. This great comes presented on a custom built stand that displays the arm in an impressive upright stance. The simple black base incorporates the Spiderman 2 logo, and is illuminated using ultra bright LEDs operated via a small switch at the back. A superb and instantly recognisable piece from the movie, which is still in fantastic condition with some minor production wear. The arm measures approximately 81cm (32“) long, and whilst on the display stands at 89cm (35”) tall.Comes with Certificates of Authenticity from Propstore of London - LA.
This is a Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) Mechanical Tentacle from the 2004 Spidey sequel Spider-Man 2. In one of the most suspenseful battle sequences, Doc Ock and Spidey (Tobey Maguire) fight on a speeding elevated subway. At one point, Ock grabs Spidey around the torso with his tentacle and slams him through the door of the train. Spidey grabs onto a bar inside, and there is a quick shot of the thin tentacle unraveling from his chest. This is the device used for that shot. It consists of a snake-like tentacle, made of dozens of vertebrate-like sections, connected by long wires, which allow the piece to bend and curl. This is attached to 12 wires which feed back to three levers—one long, two short—that control the movement of the tentacle. All are connected to a large plank of wood, painted black. The tentacle is 36” (91cm) long, the wires are about 68” (172cm), the long lever is 21” (53cm) and the shorter two 7” (18cm), the wood plank 47” x 17” (119 x 43cm). The piece is in good, working condition with slight wear due to production use. Comes with Certificates of Authenticity from Propstore of London - LA. Please look here for see it in action.
This is a Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) tentacle piece from the 2004 blockbusting comic book adaptation Spider-Man 2. This vertebrae-like neck appliance is made out of a combination of foam and metal, with the bottom seven segments made entirely out of foam for the actors comfort. The top five segments feature a flexible foam core and gradually decrease in size, allowing the segments to stay in synchronized movement with each other. The piece comes on a custom display stand which features the film’s logo laser-cut on the front. The logo illuminates by ultra-bright LED lights, powered by replaceable batteries, and can be easily switched on/off with a button located on the display's back. A superb and instantly recognizable piece from the movie, which is still in very good condition with some minor production wear. The entire piece, including the display, measures approximately 12" x 6" x 12" (31cm x 15cm x 31cm.) Comes with Certificates of Authenticity from Propstore of London - LA.
This is a Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) prototype tentacle claw from the 2004 blockbusting comic book adaptation Spider-Man 2. This original concept XFX sculpture produced pre-production is cast in durable resin and painted gray, used during production for approvals. This piece is 1-1 scale and measures 5" x 5" x 15". Comes with Certificates of Authenticity from ELEMENTAL LLC.
This is one of the Doc Ock´s working tentacle eye´s that can be seen inside the claws, consists of lightbulk with some metal piece and some plastic around it and some wire. Comes in a awsome custom built display case made by SCREEN USED, the display meachures 15" wide x 10" tall x 13" deep (38x15x33 cm). Comes from a crew member.
This is an unfinished/unpainted Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) closed claw from the 2004 blockbusting comic book adaptation Spider-Man 2. On the claw it says "bad mold/no good", approx 16,5" x 6" (42 x 15 cm), cast in durable resin.
This is a screenused VFX production clapperboard from the set of the 2004 action film Spiderman 2. The slate has the movie title printed in the middle and “John Oykstra” the VFX director printed underneath along with “Tim Angulo” who was the D.O.P on the film, there are spaces for the ‘scene’, ‘take’, ‘VFX#’ and ‘Lens’ to be noted in pen as well as the date at the bottom. The clapperboard has been custom framed with a laser cut mount board featuring stills from the film and the title. Display measures 46cm x 58cm (18” x 22.75”). Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Propstore of London.