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The Tron Light Cycle. Lightsabers. The Hoverboard.They’re not just fictional items in film favourites anymore.
Now, you can buy nearly anything from a movie … with enough cash.
This is why I’m Broke features a bunch of high-tech toys, movie and game-themed items for sale.
We scoured the site and the Web to find outrageously expensive and more affordable movie replicas.
From the Ring of Mordor to a live-talking R2-D2, see what movie toys you can actually buy.
Much more affordable than a real life Batsuit, you can purchase a Batman motorcycle suit. The only thing it's missing is the cape and cowl.
The alternative? You could just settle for a Batman snuggie.
With 'Anchorman 2' in the works, it's time to bring out the scent banned in nine countries.
This isn't one of the force FX lightsabers that go for $130. You could take your eye out with this powerful laser.
There are a number of replicas you can purchase. If this one's a bit pricey, there's always the kid version available for a more affordable $13.50.
If you have the lightsaber, you'll need a droid to go with it.
This voice-controlled R2-D2 responds to more than 40 commands.
OK, so it can't unlock doors or summon items; however, it can change the channels on your television.
The Harry Potter wand remote can turn the television on and off, change channels and the volume. all with a flick of the wrist.
There was never just one ring to rule them all. At least, not in real life.
The gold-plated ring of Mordor replica even has Elvish script laser-engraved on both the inside and outside.
These claws may have little skulls in the design; however, they're clearly Wolverine claws.
We're not really sure what you'd do with a pair of these once you had them, but they're pretty cool.
This puts race car beds to shame.
Legen - wait for it - dary.
The same suit pajamas Neil Patrick Harris' Barney Stinson wears in 'How I Met Your Mother.'
For the ultimate gamer: a coffee table inspired by a NES game controller. And, yes, it works.
Watch it in action here.
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