Zulu And 20th Century Fox Take Over London Film Museum

Zulu And 20th Century Fox Take Over London Film Museum

Posted by August 3, 2010 Comment

There are two exhibitions of note at the London Film Museum right now: one focussing on the 75th Anniversary of 20th Century Fox, another on Cy Endfield’s Zulu.

From the official site:

The [20th Century Fox] exhibition includes an amazing selection of costumes from legendary Fox films Night at the Museum, Australia, Fight Club, Minority Report, Master and Commander, Eragon, Moulin Rouge, Fantastic Four and X-Men, as well as numerous exclusive prints from the Fox archives and unique props from classic Fox releases including Alien and Star Wars.

Here’s a snap of one corner of the exhibit:

I always find these things amusing, just to see how small the costumes are. Most movie stars are really quite tiny.

Meanwhile, in the Zulu exhibit – more costumes, props, call sheets and the like. Here are a few images, each of which you can click up to high definition and scrutinise in detail.

There’s more info on both exhibits at the museum’s site, as well as a competition to win a Blu-ray player and a load of Fox discs. The Fox lots are to be packed away on August 30th while Zulu‘s will remain until June 2011.

(Last Updated August 3, 2010 6:56 am )

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