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A Predalien (Tom Woodruff, Jr.) costume display from The Brothers Strause's sci-fi action sequel Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem. Born at the conclusion of Paul W.S. Anderson's AVP: Alien vs. Predator, the Predalien was the deadly byproduct of a xenomorph's gestation inside the Yautja Predator Scar (Ian Whyte).
This lot consists of a full-size creature costume made by Academy Award-winning special effects group Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc. (ADI) and mounted with a sturdy steel armature to a rolling, black wood display base. The costume features a blend of the most fearsome attributes of both xenomorphs and Yautja, including a mottled green, yellow, and brown foam rubber and Spandex skin bodysuit with a zipper and snap-button closure on the reverse; a head cowl with foam rubber dreadlocks and a clear, urethane crest; resin nails and facial prongs; and rubber detailing throughout, including along the spiked silvertone tail and in the saliva dripping from the mouth.
This costume is professionally mounted in a lifelike pose and is in good overall condition with various signs of wear throughout, including cracked, stiffened, and discolored foam rubber, some fraying to the Spandex, and scuffing to the base from age and handling. Dimensions: 81" x 45" x 49" (206 cm x 114.5 cm x 124.5 cm)
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Estimate: $20,000 - 30,000
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.