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Iconic items from blockbuster horror and sci-fi movies are going to auction in time for Halloween

A selection of iconic items from blockbuster horror and sci-fi movies and TV shows are going up for auction just in time for Halloween. Profiles in History's Icons & Legends of Hollywood auction will go ahead on November 12th & 13th in Los Angeles, California. One of the most iconic items included in the bill is Bill Skarsgards signature screen worn „Pennywise” complete costume ensemble from IT. The costume is estimated to sell for a hefty $20,000 - $30,000. Other well-known items include the ''ramming'' Chestburster with articulating jaw and pneumatic ''whiplash'' tail from Alien. The Chestburster scene from Alien turned out to be one of the most shocking, visceral scenes in motion picture history. The item is estimated to sell for $40,000 - $60,000. Another iconic item up for sale is Sigourney Weaver's ''Ripley'' signature Nostromo jumpsuit from Alien. In the ground-breaking Sci-Fi horror movie, Sigourney Weaver plays ''Ellen Ripley'' in a star-making turn as the Warrant Officer who assumes command of the doomed Nostromo commercial towing spaceship. The suit is estimated to sell for $85,000 - $100,000.

Bugatti has built its fastest, most powerful, and lightest car to date - the Bolide

***EXCLUSIVE*** Packing a quad-turbocharged eight-liter W16 engine that produces 1,825 BHP and the same in torque, it weighs just 1,240kg which gives it a power-to-weight ratio of 0.67 kg per HP, meaning it's got the power of a hypercar in the body that is no heavier than your average supermini. The Bolide's figures are on par with Formula 1 cars and will continue onto a top speed that's well above 500 km/h (approximately 310 MPH). Combined, the new concept will lap the 12.8-mile Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit in just 5:23.1 minutes - not the fastest time in automotive history (that belongs to the Porsche 919 Hybrid Evo), but still incredibly impressive.

French cookware brand has teamed up with Disney on a collection of Mickey Mouse-themed pots and bowls

***EXCLUSIVE*** In celebration of Mickey's 90th birthday, Le Creuset's signature cast-iron Dutch oven, glazed with bright red enamel, is decorated with an outline of the iconic cartoon mouse. A Mickey-decorated knob adds a finishing touch to the kitchen essential, perfect for cooking bread, stews and braises. Le Creuset's Mickey Mouse collection ranges from 20 to 265 Dollars at the Williams Sonoma website. The items are also sold as a set for 299 Dollars.

Harley-Davidson has unveiled its first foray into the world of eBikes

***EXCLUSIVE*** American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has unveiled its first foray into the world of eBikes, showcasing the Serial 1 — a bicycle that's inspired by the marque's “Serial Number One” motorbike from 1903. This gorgeous eBike finds the perfect balance between old and new, combining a vintage aesthetic with all the contemporary eBike necessities you'd expect to find. Pricing for the Harley-Davidson Serial 1 is yet to be announced, but reports suggest that this eBike could be in-line with competitive machines and launch in the few-thousand-dollars range.