New Marvel Museum Exhibit Features Movie Props From ‘Iron Man’ to ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ (GALLERY)
Right now, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the most successful film franchises out there, thanks in part to the numerous fantastic and colorful superheroes under its belt. Among the series’ most popular heroes, Iron Man, Captain America, and the Guardians of the Galaxy are on most people’s lists, with the welcome addition of Spider-Man surely topping them after his film arrives in July. Marvel Studios’ unending hype train began with Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man in 2008, and has kept on chugging ever since. Now, an upcoming Marvel museum exhibit will chronicle the MCU’s historic success and feature props, costumes, and concept art from the all of its various films so far.
Opening in Queensland, Australia, the Gallery of Modern Art will present the Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe exhibition, featuring over 500 pieces from and relating to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. These objects will include vintage first-run comic book issues of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, as well as a few from other Avengers members. Much more visible will be the presence of behind-the-scenes props and memorabilia from all fifteen of the MCU’s released films, with the addition of several items from the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok. Standout props from the unseen Marvel romp include the magnificent Asgardian throne room, and a primitive, skull-shaped bed that’s to be used by the Hulk in the movie.
Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe is set to run from May 25th through to September 3rd at the Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art in Queensland, Australia. While a few of the Marvel museum exhibit’s costumes, props, and concept art can be seen in the photo galleries above, more information about the expansive exhibition, including ticket prices, can be found on the official QAGOMA website.
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