Daniel Radcliffe Swiped Two Pairs of Harry’s Glasses
Daniel Radcliffe starred in seven Harry Potter movies, so it’s easy to see why the actor would want to swipe one of the franchise’s most iconic props. Radcliffe pocketed two pairs of Potter eye glasses, one from the original film and the other from the concluding film. He told the Daily Mail in 2011, “They are all lens-less as well. There was rarely ever any glass in the actual glasses, because of filming problems with reflections.”
Mark Wahlberg Stole the Prosthetic Penis from Boogie Nights
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the name, “Dirk Diggler?” Mark Wahlberg could not resist taking the prosthetic penis from Boogie Nights, the one that audiences finally get a glimpse of at the end of the film, after hearing so much about it.
The actor ‘fessed up for what he contends is the only prop he’s ever stolen, during an interview on Late Night with Seth Myers, ” You have this weird guy putting it on you. You have to wear it all day. There’s not a way to go to the bathroom or anything like that.” And what was it like to wear such a large prosthetic? “You’d sit down and the thing would bounce up. So the first one did not work, everybody thought it was ridiculous.”
Chris Pratt Stole the Star-Lord Costume to Wear When He Visits Sick Kids
Do you already love Chris Pratt? Prepare to love him even more. The actor stole pieces of his Guardians of the Galaxy
costume so he could dress up and visit sick kids. Prior to the film’s release (the movie, of course, turned out to be a gigantic box office success), the actor told Panzer TV
, “I stole the jacket and some of the wardrobe so that, if this movie comes out and does what everyone hopes it can, I can follow the example of someone, say, like Russell Wilson and go visit kids.” He added, “If it was a big enough movie to where it would mean something to a kid who’s sick in the hospital for Peter Quill or Star-Lord to come visit them, I’ll do that.”
Jennifer Lawrence Can Dress Like Katniss Anytime She Wants
Several of the actors from The Hunger Games
took home pieces of memorabilia from the set. After four films, Jennifer Lawrence, the franchise heroine, grabbed Katniss’s signature leather jacket and leather boots. And what does she do with the props? She told E
!, “T hey’re just hanging in my closet. I don’t know what I’m going to do with them.”
Will Ferrell Puts His Prosthetic Testicles to Good Use
So, technically this isn’t “stealing” because Ferrell got permission from the props department. The actor now houses the prosthetic testicles from the underrated 2008 comedy Step Brothers
, a prop he says cost about $10,000 to make. Ferrell gloated
about the prop on the Dan Patrick Show
, ” You know what I have, which is one of my treasured keepsakes is from Step Brothers,” he said. “My pair of prosthetic testicles that I put on the drum kit. I will often bring those out at dinner parties that we host.”
Where Did Andrew Garfield Stash His Spider-Man Costume?
Andrew Garfield was not allowed to take his Spider-Man outfit home after filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2
. However, rules did not stop the English actor. He coyly confessed
to Scott Mills on Radio 1, ” I may have stolen one and it may be in my luggage, it may be in my hotel room luggage. It may even be in my backpack in the car.” Don’t worry the superhero outfit wasn’t one of the kind, “There are a lot, there are about 23, 24, 25. I don’t know, there are a lot of them because they are all in different states of duress and distress.”
What’s Dakota Johnson Gonna Do with the Flogger from the Fifty Shades of Grey Set?
Dakota Johnson admitted during an interview with Glamour
that she experienced a lot of “cringey moments” while filming Fifty Shades of Grey
. However, that did not stop the actress from taking a few props from the film home with her. She confessed to stealing a lot of underwear and a flogger from the set. She contends the flogger is just in her garage collecting dust.
Emma Watson Has Three Hermione Keepsakes
Of course, Emma Watson was going to get sentimental after playing Hermoine in eight Harry Potter
movies. Despite the studio’s strict policy to leave the props alone, Watson helped herself
to Hermoine’s wand, time-turner, and cloak.
Robert Pattinson Liked Edward’s Underwear
Robert Pattinson probably had a lot of cool
props to swipe over the course of four Twilight
films. However, the English actor was only interested in Edward’s knickers. He explained his reasoning during a press junket
in 2012, ” I took a lot of underwear to be honest. I did that on all the movies. They have the best underwear and I have no idea where they get it from. I use it every day.”
Who Likes It Kinky? Dwayne Johnson, Tony Shalhoub, Mark Wahlberg, or Anthony Mackie?
Someone on the cast or crew of 2013’s Pain and Gain
apparently needed a little something-something in the bedroom department. The film’s director Michael Bay told Newsweek
, ” We bought $75,000 worth of sex toys to stock the sex-toy warehouse. I could have filmed the crew coming in that day because they’d stop and see these things—anatomically correct vajayjays and this butt (everyone would touch the butt because it felt real)—and it was hysterical. We were going to return all the sex toys to get three-quarters of our money back, but they started disappearing. We were like, ‘Who is taking the sex toys?'”
James Caan Can Type Up His Own Version of Misery
Kathy Bates may have stole the show as the deranged psychopath Annie Wilkes in Misery. However, Caan took home the typewriter that his character Paul Sheldon used to rewrite Annie’s preferred story where the character Misery comes back to life.
No Way Ryan Reynolds Was Leaving Without His Deadpool Costume
Is Ryan Reynolds just a movie set kleptomaniac? He helped himself to the Deadpool costume, but that isn’t the only superhero prop Reynolds has swiped. The Canadian actor also took Green Lantern’s ring. However, maybe because the movie was a bit of a flop or maybe just because Reynolds is a nice guy, he gave the ring to a contest winner at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2011.
Josh Hutcherson Hung on to Katniss’s Locket
Josh Hutcherson was not going to leave the Hunger Games
franchise with nada, especially when everyone else
was walking away with some sort of sentimental prop. In the Catching Fire
installment, his character, Peeta, gave Katniss a locket with photos of her sister and boyfriend inside. Where is the locket now? Right there, around his neck in this photos of him after the film wrapped.
Kristen Stewart Has Bella’s Engagement Ring
Kristen Stewart played Bella Swan in five Twilight
movies. She told People
magazine in 2012 that she kept several of the rings from the films because they were really important to her. One of those sentimental rings included the one that Edward (Robert Pattinson – Stewart’s boyfriend at the time) gave to Bella when he proposed marriage at the end of Twilight: Eclipse
Simon Pegg Snuck Off with Scotty’s Badge
Security was tight on the the set of Star Trek Into Darkness
, however, Simon Pegg was able to walk off with a Starfleet badge. Pegg, who played Scotty in the film, explained
how he was able to swipe the coveted memento, “On the first film, every day we’d hand back our badge and I had a Starfleet ring.” He added, “This one, I stole my badge. It was on my costume when I got back to my trailer and it’s a beautiful little brass thing. And I put it in my bag.”
Rupert Grint Stole the Privet Drive House Number
It’s a clean sweep: all three of the main actors from the Harry Potter
movies took off
with a little memento. Grint grabbed the number 4 from Dursley’s House (the spot where the orphaned Potter was raised by his aunt and uncle). The house’s full address was 4 Privet Drive.
Robert Downey Jr. Is the Proud Owner of a Huge Avengers “A”
Okay, so Downey didn’t five-finger the 30-foot “A” from Stark Tower shown in 2012’s The Avengers. However, he did jokingly ask for it, and sometimes when you’re a big time A-List actor… ask and you shall receive.
Downey shared the story of how he came to own the memento with BBC Radio 5, ” On the last Avengers, there’s this scene where there’s this ‘A’ which is probably 30 feet tall, and I’m looking at it, and we’re shooting in England, and I go, ‘I need that in my office in Venice.’ About two weeks ago, a wheeler showed up, I’m like, ‘What the heck is this doing here?’ ” he said. “And they go, ‘This is the ‘A’ you asked for.’ And I go, ‘They brought it?’ So now we have a massive Avengers ‘A’ that will be prominently placed.”