New Movies & Weapons Website

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Many people are familiar with the Internet Movie Firearms Database (IMFDB) that catalogs the kinds of firearms used in motion pictures.  A new site, The Real Movie Stars, has popped up and may serve to be an interesting alternative – or perhaps complement – to the IMFDB.

The Real Movie Stars (TRMS) highlights the weapons used in movies and the creators of those weapons.  The weapons can be real, such as the M1 Garand found in Saving Private Ryan, or completely fabricated.  A lightsaber, for example, will be found in the TRMS archives.

In addition to the actual weapons, TRMS seeks to document the creators and curators of the weapons found in motion pictures.

Currently, the site looks to be a little thin on content.  However, it does have a nice layout and appears to be ready for the addition of much more data.

Richard Johnson

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  • Man pippy

    At least the idea of movie prop and weapon makers selling their designs on one website sounds like a great idea.

  • John Kelly

    To whom it may concern. The newsletter pup up is now worse than ever. I’m on my iPad and it pops up on every article. And I can’t hide it. This is getting very frustating

    • Steve is working on it. Did you click the grey bar as the bottom? The one that says never see this again. I clicked it and haven’t seen it since.
      Let us know after you give that a try.

      • John Kelly

        It’s not available on my iPad. It’s not an option to click. I’ve tried clearing cookies and reloading pages but it still appears everywhere

  • USMC03Vet

    Store front charade.

    No thanks.

  • Zachary marrs

    #1 its a store, so no
    #2 that website is a spawn of satan

  • Justin

    IMFDB is great.
    This is Shit.