SuperCrew Fashion…

Aquired at Collectors Fairs and The Propstore of London respectively, these unique production used sweatshirts are usually still in possession of those who wore them, making decades old genuine gear valuable both for sentimental and investment reasons.  Custom crew wear in the Superman Movies can be seen as early as 1977 where production footage reveals the tradition of homemade-style printed t-shirts and sweaters gradually becoming more corporate and refined as the series progressed…

Royal Charity Premiere…

Historically, the Superman Movie premieres had always been lavish events and had  benefited charities such as the Special Olympics. With the considerable coup of the Royal audience and always the showmen, Cannon Films producers Golan & Globus had planned to have both leading men arrive in costume to the Leicester Square Odeon. Despite the attendance of his family for the showing, Christopher Reeve is notable by his absence, leaving Nuclearman Mark Pillow to fend for himself. From the top, original programme and scarce images of the reception culled from the Spanish edition of Hello magazine…

Lovely To Meet You…

One of the best things about modern fandom is that stars from your favourite Movies are more accessible than ever thanks to shows like Memorabilia and Collectormania UK hosting great guests. The actors themselves are usually very accommodating and love to relay their experiences working on the Movies. From the top, Margot Kidder, Marc McClure and Mark Stewart –  Christopher Reeve’s stuntman in Superman III and IV…