AVP: Alien vs. Predator

Xenomorph Alien Egg

Stock #96043

A static alien egg from Paul W.S. Anderson’s 2004 sci-fi action film AVP: Alien vs. Predator. In the movie, eggs known as Ovomorphs containing xenomorph facehuggers hatched during the conflict on Bouvet Island.

This custom-made egg is made of silicone and latex over a thick wire frame. It is hollow and features an opening at the bottom to allow puppeteers to insert their arms into facehugger puppets "hatching" from the egg. Similarly, there are long slits on either side of the egg. It is hand-painted in brown, burnt orange, and pink. This egg exhibits some signs of wear and age, including damage to the foam rubber and latex, as well as residue from the signature xenomorph slime still prominent around the top and insides. It remains in good, production-used condition.

Item size - 18" x 16" x 23" (45.72cm x 40.64cm x 58.42cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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