From movies like The Wolfman to Wolves, the hair and fur section has displays of screen used appliances and masks as well as pre-production character development pieces.
Our dental prosthetics section has screen used teeth, fangs and braces from many screen greats including Tom Hanks, Mathew McConaughey, Robert DeNiro, Robert Englund, Woody Harrelson, Mike Myers and Margot Robbie!
The weaponry section focuses on hero and stunt weapons, all of which are used by actors on screen to make the audience think that they're wielding the real thing! Exhibits include pieces from block buster sci-fi, action, war and horror movies.
Many of our displays are life sized and as complete as you saw them on screen. Some of them are custom posed to look like they're ready to jump from behind the glass!... it's OK though... they won't ... honest!
The floor plan and the facilities at The EPM are all wheelchair friendly and our exhibits are laid out gallery style across the same level. No stairs or rooms to negotiate here!
Have you ever been curious about how something was done on screen? The EPM has sections on character development, sculpture and mold making to appliances, fur and hair, teeth, animatronics, FX gags and costumes... we've got you covered!
The EPM currently has exhibits on display from over 75 movies & TV shows, with more on their way! Below are just a few examples of those shows and the props from them.
The screen used and matched bank robbery masks worn by Mark Wahlberg & Denzel Washington
The light up stunt version of the BFG used and autographed by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Pre-production items including maquettes and artwork plus FX make up busts and robotic suit pieces
Balthazar FX makeup bust (Gavin Rossdale) & the Holy brass knuckles worn by Keanu Reeves
A lifesize Hellboy bust featuring screen used hair appliances and prosthetics alongside a life cast of Ron Perlman
The FX leg worn by James Caan in the infamous scene where Cathy Bates "Hobbles" him with a sledgehammer
The hero and still fully working animatronic hand worn by Malcolm McDowell as the bad guy Kesslee.
The silicone FX reaction hands worn by Chris Pine as Kirk and the hands for long faced bar alien character, Brian.
The screen matched costume worn by Benicio Del Toro displayed with a full FX wolfman muscle suit.
The complete set of practical FX arm appliances worn by Jeff Daniels. as well as the VFX sculpt final model.
Several FX appliances including a wearable wrist dislocation rig and a shotgun wound insert chest rig
Tick upper body muscle suit worn by Patrick Warburton on screen during episode 7 of the original TV series.
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