Props and costumes from ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ are yours to own as items from the 2018 sci-fi film go under the hammer this June.
The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) – directed by Julius Onah and starring Chris O’Dowd, Elizabeth Debecki, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo and Daniel Brühhl – is a horror, sci-fi drama set in the future, when there’s an energy crisis on earth. A group of scientists at the Cloverfield Station test a device to solve the energy crisis, however the experiment goes wrong, damaging the station and opening a portal to another dimension with a parallel earth. The scientists soon need to find a way to return to their own dimension…
On Friday, June 28, Prop Store is hosting a sale of over 150 items from the film, including props, costumes, memorabilia and more.
If you’re a Cloverfield Paradox fan, a sci-fi enthusiast, or simply enjoy particular members of the cast and crew, now’s your chance to be one step closer to the film and story and own a part of it. Let’s take a look at some of the exciting items on offer.
The character Acosta, also known as Monk, was played by John Ortiz. He wore this space suit when he was part of a team to dislodge a spiraling segment of the satellite.
The suit comprises helmet and visor, neck piece, chest plates, thermal suit, jumpsuit, bonnet, gloves, codpiece and shoes.
Another costume, albeit a slightly more casual one, is this grey shirt space jumpsuit. Mundy (played by Chris O’Dowd) wore the grey shirt and various times throughout his service aboard the Cloverfield Station.
The outfit comprises jumpsuit, shirt, belt and shoes.
Moving away from costumes and towards the exciting props and devices used throughout the film, we turn to this ‘3-D-Printed’ gun made of rubber.
Volkov (played by Aksel Hennie) used Cloverfield Station’s 3-D printer to create a gun to kill Schmidt (played by Daniel Brühhl) with. Jensen (played by Elizabeth Debecki) later used the gun to sabotage the Cloverfield Station’s return to their original dimension.
An important component of Cloverfield Station is, of course, the control panel, which is depicted in the above scene.
The bridge of the Cloverfield Station had several control panels for the crew to control the Station, as well as the Shepard Particle Accelerator.
Though there are many more items to be explored, we finish this Cloverfield Paradox tour with Schmidt’s (Daniel Brühhl) wristwatch communicator. In fact, there are eight wristwatch communicators in the sale, each worn by the key characters from the film.
Schmidt wore his communicator wristwatch various times throughout his service aboard the Cloverfield Station. The wristwatch is made of resin, metal and foam.
As a reminder, Prop Store’s Cloverfield Paradox sale is taking place on Friday, June 28. If you consider yourself a true fan, the catalogue deserves your full attention.
Cover image: Engadget via Netflix