Because you've seen them so many times/are delusionally psychotic, movies and TV shows can seem even more lifelike to you than "real" things, like "global warming", or "love". In your face, voices of reason, 'cause it's time for the LiveAuctioneers' Profiles in History auction.
A live online bid-off, PIH is auctioning 440+ lots from silver- and small-screen classics: props and costumes, plus original posters, scripts, storyboard artwork, premier programs, and other improbable paraphernalia that suggests this stuff comes from some sort of movie. Up for grabs: Wolverine's leather jacket, Brandon Lee's The Crow getup, Chris Reeve's Superman suit, a broken-off T-1000 hook, The Last Crusade's holy grail, and deadly weapons like Jack's The Shining axe and Arnold's Conan the Barbarian sword, which you might be able to pick up after 15 years grinding the Wheel of Pain. Bigger guns come courtesy of BTTF (Marty's hoverboard), Jurassic Park (full-size T-Rex head, complete animatronic velociraptor), Star Wars (C-3PO's feet, TIE Fighter miniature), and Bruce Lee, posthumously offering his hand-annotated Praying Mantis Style Kung Fu book and Way of the Intercepting Fist Institute membership card, the official document that allowed Bruce Lee to prove he was tough without the nuisance of kicking 17 dudes' asses
While many lusted after lots're expected to fetch a pretty penny, a sizable portion's expected to go for under four figures. Prime examples: Woody's sport-coat/shirt from Kingpin, Will Smith's Ali trunks, and a CHiPs helmet -- buy that, and reality will set in when you remove it and fail to have Erick Estrada's luxuriant hair.