Tuesday, June 9, 2015

New costume and prop exhibits from past, present and future around L.A...

These past few weeks there've been a wealth of new costume and prop displays popping up all over L.A. from the big and small screen, from period dramas to fantastical visions of the future.

Entourage movie costume and prop exhibit
at ArcLight Hollywood
Entourage movie costumes and props
First up are costumes and props from the big screen adaptation of HBO's Entourage TV series on display at ArcLight Hollywood cinema at the end of May. Included in the exhibit are outfits worn by Adrian Grenier and Jerry Ferrara, 'Vince' and 'Turtle' in the show which ran for eight seasons.

Love & Mercy movie costume exhibit
at ArcLight Hollywood cinema
Love and Mercy movie costumes
Next also within the same cinema foyer are film costumes from the new Brian Wilson biopic, which spanned the 1960's and the 1980's in the Beach Boys singer's life, with costumes worn by Paul Dano and John Cusack as his younger and older self.

Outlander season one costumes at The Grove
Outlander season 1 TV costume exhibit The Grove
Outlander TV costumes The Grove
It's Emmy Award campaigning season in L.A. at the moment for the television industry, and aside from dozens of billboards asking for Emmy consideration filling the skies, there was also this fantastic exhibit of period costumes from the TV show Outlander at The Grove shopping center, asking for best costume design consideration for Terry Dresbach.

In the adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's novels, 'Claire Randall' gets thrown back in time from the 1940's to the 18th century Scottish Highlands. If you're a fan of the popular Starz series, be sure to check out these original Outlander season one costumes, including Claire's wedding dress.

Disney's Tomorrowland movie costumes and props
at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood
Tomorrowland jetpack man movie costume
Tomorrowland movie costume exhibit
Original Tomorrowland movie props
And finally, the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood had this brilliant display of futuristic film costumes and props from Disney's Tomorrowland at the end of May.

As you can see there's been lots of interesting exhibits to enjoy recently, so let's hope that trend continues in the coming weeks...

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