We covered Hollywood Collectibles Group’s replica of Predator 2‘s flying disc a few weeks ago. Now, HCG is tapping the original 1987 movie for a new high-quality replica. The mask that belonged to the first Yautja we met on-screen can now be yours for $899.95.
Functionality is minimal, with the only lights being on the targeting system, and they’re LEDs instead of red lasers. The HCG exclusive helmet has a numbered plaque and is limited to only 150 pieces. The helmet sits atop a base that resembles the Yautja’s plasmacaster. The LEDs can be activated via a small micro switch located on the back of the mask where the batteries go.
The mask is made from a mixture of resin and fiberglass parts. The Predator’s faceplate measures approximately 18″ high by 12″ wide. The replica is expected to ship during the third quarter of this year.
The Bio-Helmet or Environment Helmet, can be removed from its display stand and features a functioning light up LED “target acquisition system”, and highly detailed interior. This intricately detailed, Museum Quality piece is constructed from fiberglass, resin, and mixed media and then hand painted to the finest detail, with authentic weathering for added realism! This HCG Exclusive Edition also includes an individually numbered 5” x 3” Predator themed plaque. This amazing life-size Prop Replica is available in a strictly Limited Edition of 150 individually numbered pieces worldwide.
Now that HCG has gotten the helmet out of the way, can we finally get the plasmacaster and computer gauntlet? I’d love to have the gauntlet on display with some type of countdown feature and maybe that final laugh we hear from the fatally wounded Yautja before detonation.
What replica props from the Predator series would you like to see made available? Let us know below.
[Source: Hollywood Collectibles Group]
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