I like how the five founding members signed the star.
@Yusuke Urameshi, aren’t there six founding members?
@Gatsby, mark ruffalo forgot he was famous again.
@Yusuke Urameshi, tf you just know their signatures?
@TheBigJ, well, not exactly a spoiler, but it shows them all in the ending credits of endgame
That seems like a really low price
@gocol, yea I was thinking the same thing
@gocol, typically, when a piece of movie memorabilia is for sale the first time around is the lowest price. As time passes, people will pay more and more for these random, special objects.
Paul Rudd, David Koechner, Jason Sudeikis, and a growing number of other actors who came from or studied in the Kansas City area host an annual event all around the city, complete with parties, bowling tournaments, baseball games, and more, to raise money for Children’s Mercy. It’s always a really big deal. Unfortunately, all the events and things are really expensive. Even the shirts this year are $100, and they done even say that’s what they’re about. Still, though, it’s cool to see them investing their time to give back to where they came from, and the kids get to be involved in it, too.
53k seems very low
@hasher2288, not really. All actors are alive, signatures mainly gain value after death.
The signature at about 315° looks like a foot getting tripped up on a rope.
This needs to happen more. Obviously the more you do the less they're worth but this is so easy for them to do. Just write your name on this thing and we can get a bunch of money for people who need it.
I want to know... is Stan Lee's signature on it?
That thing is going to quadruple in value within 5 years. I bet it goes up for auction by 2025 and sells for over 200k
They had us in the first half