HomeNewsOwn a piece of DREDD history today Darryn Bonthuys January 28, 2013 News We all want to own something valuable, something that we can one day pass on to our children, or get valued on the Antiques Roadshow or Pawn Stars, before hocking it for travel cash. Movie memorabilia is one such piece of materialism that usually shows solid returns, and with some films these days hemorrhaging cash, there are plenty of them out there for the takings. Cult favourite film of 2012 Dredd 3D is one such movie that will be selling off some excess goods, Here’s how you can get yourself some Mega City One gear, provided that your pockets are deep enough. Later today, the Prop Store will be launching day one of their Dredd 3D eBay auction. Twenty items a day for the next ten days will be launched. If you’ve got enough scratch, here are a few of the items that you can snatch up, if you’re quick enough that is; A full Judge outfit Mama’s costume, as worn by Lena Headey A Judge helmet A Judge Lawgiver A Judge Lawmaster motorcycle Dammit, I’d do hard time in an Iso cube for one of those bikes from the film. The auction kicks off later today, and in case you haven’t seen Dredd 3D yet, make a plan to do so when you spot it on Blu-Ray. Filmed inside South Africa, the movie starred Karl Urban as the lawman, and happens to be one of the most unflinchingly dedicated comic book movies on the market today. Share and Enjoy:Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Admiral Chief Troll Erwin “Filmed inside SA?” Ok, did NOT get the memo :/ Major Commodore 64 Darryn B Dude, it was major. The opening scene is clearly done on the streets of Jozi, while they used the new sets at the Cape Town studios for the rest of the film. Admiral Chief Troll Erwin Nice, gotta get this on DeeVeeDee then Uberutang 3D Blu Ray. http://www.facebook.com/people/Kervyn-Cloete/610830836 Kervyn Cloete Not just on the Cape Town Studios lot, but also filmed in around Cape Town city itself. The outside of the Block was set behind the Artscape. I believe our very own Lourens tinkered around the set a few times at his day job, but wasn’t able to spot any of the star. http://twitter.com/eXCheez Gareth Lagesse Finally saw this last night; really close to the comic and well worth watching! Lena Headey did not get enough recognition for her performance, she was savage! DieJason Missed this on the cinema (like watching blu-rays at home more), but did place my import order with Amazon last week (thanks to nobody having this locally, and importing through local e-tailers costs about R360 :P). Would not mind one of the helmets. http://twitter.com/blahsum James Francis Glad you called it the cult favourite of 2012. I really hope we see another one.