I know it’s a struggle being a JAWS fan. There’s not a ton of merchandise around for Steven Spielberg’s 1975 mega-hit film. The final scene between Quint, Brody, and the great white shark deserves a playset or a very expensive statue.
What’s that? Iron Studios is making one, and Sideshow Collectibles will be distributing it? Sign me up! Oh, it’s $3,000? Ya’ll accept food stamps? Even at the lowest payment plan option at Sideshow, it would still be about $343 a month. That’s more than my car payment but still lower than my student loans.
Regardless of the price tag, this diorama of the Orca’s final battle with Bruce is impressive on several levels. The whole thing comes in at 31″ (H) x 41″ (W) x 14.6″ (D) and weighs over 50 lbs. The level of detail is downright impressive, even if lil’ Quint and lil’ Brody don’t look much like their screen counterparts.
Check out the photos below to see all the tiny details.
Replicating the final scene of combat between the brave hunters and cinema’s most famous carnivore, Iron Studios proudly presents its Jaws Attack Demi Art Scale 1:20 Statue, inspired by the classic and iconic film directed by Steven Spielberg.
There’s even a small part of Hooper’s cage off of the vessel’s port side. This makes me want a Hooper VS Bruce diorama. Or better yet, a recreation of the pier scene with the two Amity residents attempting to catch the shark with a roast on a hook. Or even better betterer (?) how about just a statue of Mrs. Kintner slapping Chief Brody? Oh, yeah! I’d buy ten of those!
What do you think of this pricy bit of artwork? Worth every penny, or would you be better off buying a small boat for that price? Let us know in the comments section below.
[Source: Sideshow Collectibles]
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