Kevin Smith Auctioning Off Props to Pay for 'Red State'

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Among the items up for grabs: The Bluntman costume he donned in "Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back" and a set of wings Ben Affleck wore in "Dogma."

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Kevin Smith is auctioning off props and costumes from some of his biggest movies. Proceeds will be used to help Smith cover distribution costs for his independently financed horror film Red State.
Among the items up for grabs: The Bluntman costume he donned in Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back; a set of wings Ben Affleck wore in Dogma; a cash register featured in Clerks II and a fake movie script used in Zack And Miri Make A Porno.

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On April 9, guests attending Smith’s Red State event at The Wiltern in Los Angeles will have the opportunity to preview select items and purchase a commemorative catalog, filled with detailed interviews and background information.
The actual auction takes place Apr. 10 at the Pasadena Convention Conference Center, room 106. Registration begins at 10 a.m., with the auction kicking off at 11 a.m. and lasting until all 341 lots are sold.
Fans can view the items and bid online by registering with the official Propworx auction partner. The auction will also be broadcast live on the Propworx Ustream.com channel.