to connectVideoChristopher Reeve’s daughter, talks of growing up with “Superman, “” the love of his legacy alive
Christopher Reeve’s daughter Alexandra Reeve Givens speak of growing up with “Superman, “” the love of his legacy will live on by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
The iconic cape is that of the late Christopher Reeve wore in the 1978 movie “Superman” sold at an auction on Monday for $193,750.
Reeve — who starred as the Man of Steel in four films — he died in 2004 at the age of 52.
The trail, which is part of Julien’s Auctions end-of-the-year event, “Icons & Idols: Hollywood,” a new world record for “the most expensive superhero cape will be sold at auction.”
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According to Julien’s Auctions Monday, it marked the cape’s second auction appearance after 40 years of age, and was a part of a global contest to promote the film’s release, with the first prize as well as one of the six original and capes, made for and used in the film.”
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In addition to the item’s origin, also included is a letter from DC Comics’ president and editor, and a publisher, and a copy of a picture of Christopher Reeve, the choosing of the winner, and much, much more.”
Last month, the Reeve’s son, Will, opened up about his late father’s legacy 15 years after his death. He also recalled that his mother, who passed away in 2006.
Christopher Reeve as the man of steel.
“I think that his legacy is never going to be the way to go, and I think that’s a responsibility that I have with him and with my mother’s inheritance to be for the rest of my life, and hopefully it continues,” Will Duke told the People at the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation “A Magical Evening” gala.
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He went on to say, “I think that will be the basis for a way in, in a tangible way, and that is his legacy and it is my mother’s legacy will always live on. And I think that’s the way I am, and my brothers and sisters, we are a different kind of way. And I think that his impact will be felt by the millions of lives that he has touched.”
Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report