Iron Studios Captures The Magic of Steven Spielberg’s ‘E.T.’


Who knew the story of a boy and his weird long-necked alien buddy would become an endearing classic by one of the world’s most prolific filmmakers? So it’s strange that not more E.T. merchandise is in circulation. Well, the film’s 40th anniversary is just around the corner. Maybe things will kick into gear closer to 2022.

If you cannot wait to buy some E.T. merch, Iron Studios has just what you need in stock right now. The statue artisans have reproduced possibly the most famous scene from the 1982 sci-fi classic. Elliot flying on his bike with E.T. in the basket is now yours for the taking in both a standard and deluxe edition.


The deluxe edition shown below comes with a light-up moon. A scene is so iconic that it is easily recognizable anywhere.

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A boy carries in his bicycle basket, wrapped in a white sheet, an unusual friend, a small alien lost on Earth that is being pursued by government forces. In their flight to find their fellow men and return to his world, the two friends run towards a California forest, where the spacecraft that will rescue him must land. To escape a police blockade, the little alien uses its telekinetic abilities to levitate the bike, lifting them into the air and flying over the trees towards their destination. This memorable scene, also used in the film\’s promotion, has become one of the most recognizable and striking images in cinema, even becoming the logo of Amblin Entertainment, Steven Spielberg\’s film producer, and now also proudly replicated in the \”ET & Elliot\” statue – Art Scale 1/10 – ET – Iron Studios\”.

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Steven Spielberg

  • Made in polystone – *(may contain parts in resin, polystone, PVC, metal, and fabric)
  • 1/10th Scale
  • Hand-painted
  • Light-up LED
  • Product dimensions: 10.6 in (H) x 9 in (W) x 7.5 in (L)
  • Product Weight: 3 lbs

The deluxe version of Elliot and E.T. is priced at $349.99. For those who are budget-conscious, there’s also a non-lighted version of that statue that clocks in at $229.99.

[Source: Iron Studios]


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