Original Alien spine piece used in the production of the 2004 science fiction film Alien vs. Predator. When the wealthy and ambitious Charles Bishop Weyland (Lance Henriksen) funds an expedition to Antarctica, he hopes to find a mysterious source of heat that has been detected. Led by a tough guide, Alexa Woods (Sanaa Lathan), Weyland and his team uncover a pyramid, but they also find malevolent parasitic aliens. Making matters worse, another extraterrestrial species, known as Predators, arrive to hunt the other aliens, with the humans caught in the middle of the conflict.
This spine section was created by ADI (Amalgamated Dynamics) who created all the Alien suits for the film. This piece was located on the back of the filming suits along with others to create the overall design of the Xenomorphs in the film. This piece is made of foam latex around a solid understructure, and has a plastic base with two plastic clips where it would have been attached to the suit. The spine features the signature design of the Alien which was originally created by H.R. Giger. This piece has a small crack on one of the smaller spines but remains in excellent, production used condition.
This item comes with a Hero Prop Certificate of Authenticity.