Tom Hanks: Typewriters
The two-time Oscar winner's collection includes 200 vintage typewriters in various fonts: Latin, Arabic and even Cyrillic. The actor is so passionate about the devices that he takes them with him on tour and shooting. Hanks not only collects electromechanical typing devices on paper, but also repairs them. He can easily disassemble and assemble any of his exhibits, and once even consulted programmers who were working on the creation of a typewriter emulator for the iPad.
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Quentin Tarantino: Board Games
The director, known for his love of non-linear storylines, collects vintage board games. The collection of the author of "Pulp Fiction" contains hundreds of boxes, which he catalogs and organizes by name and genre. Tarantino's favorite board games are Universe and Dawn of the Dead.
Rod Stewart: model trains
The British singer, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and ranked 33rd on Q magazine's 100 Greatest Singers, has set aside an entire floor of his house for a toy railroad. The musician created a replica of 1940s Chicago and installed parks, houses and train terminals on the model. The 73-year-old rocker even takes some train models with him on tour.
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Claudia Schiffer: Spiders
The German supermodel has been very fond of insects since childhood. Schiffer has an impressive collection of dried invertebrates, her home is adorned with paintings on the subject, and her knitwear collection is all about spiders. It is these arthropod predators that most inspire the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador: Claudia can watch a spider weave its web for hours.
Leonardo DiCaprio Action Figures
DiCaprio has one of the world's largest collections of toy characters, including Star Wars heroes. It features plastic Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in different parts of the epic, as well as a unique figure of He-Man from the 80s animated series "Masters of the Universe".
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Grandmaster Flash: souvenir mugs
In the past, the leader of the group Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, and now the DJ collects the most common souvenir mugs that are sold in every travel store. During the tour, the musician from Barbados buys up mugs with the names of the cities he has visited. The Grandmaster's collection already contains more than 10 thousand mugs, and each exhibit is insured.
Sean Connery: combat Scottish kilts
Sean Connery was proud of his combat kilts. As a true Scotsman, he not only buys traditional men's skirts, but also wears them with pleasure. Sir Sean Connery has hosted the annual Dressed to Kilt charity show, in which show business stars take to the catwalk in Scottish national dress.
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Penelope Cruz: Clothes Hangers
The passion of the Spanish actress is clothes hangers. In Penelope's wardrobe, there is a huge number of outfits and no less - hangers for every taste: wooden and plastic, plain and multi-colored. Taboo is only on wire hangers, which the actress does not recognize.
Nicolas Cage: Superman Comics
Nicolas Cage is a Superman fanatic and collects everything related to him. The actor has collected the largest and most expensive collection dedicated to a comic book hero. Her gem was the rare Action Comics, the first issue of which the actor bought in 1997 for $ 110 thousand, and after 15 years sold for $ 2.16 million.
Cover of Action Comics # 1, 1938 © DC Comics
Angelina Jolie: knives
The collection of edged weapons is the pride of Angelina Jolie. The actress has been collecting knives since she was 12, and her mother gave her the first exhibit. The actress's interest is focused on knives and daggers from the Renaissance and the Middle Ages.
Reese Witherspoon: Antique Linen & Plastic Cups
The actress, who won an Oscar for her role in the film Walk the Line, has a rather unusual hobby - she collects antique lingerie. She buys vintage corsets and lace peignoirs for the collection from antique stores and flea markets. Another Witherspoon hobby is plastic dishes. Over time, the actress decided to monetize her hobbies and opened her own fashion brand, Draper James. In collaboration with Crate & Barrel, she designs kitchenware and home decor collections, and recently launched a capsule clothing collection with online retailer Net-a-Porter.
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Johnny Depp: dolls and clowns
Johnny Depp is a born collector. The actor collected bats, beetles, hats, skeletons and stuffed animals, lamps and furniture, guitars, drawings of psychopathic killers, manuscripts and personal belongings of the writer Jack Kerouac. One of the collections is dedicated to clowns, which the actor has been afraid of since childhood: Depp has collected dozens of figures and paintings depicting circus artists. Another collection is Barbie. At first, the actor played with dolls with his children, but he got so carried away that he began to buy a Barbie for himself. His favorite exhibits are celebrity dolls: Beyoncé, Elvis Presley, Lindsay Lohan.
Elton John: glasses
The singer has been collecting glasses in unusual frames for many years and spends large sums on his hobby. In the collection of the Commander of the Order of the British Empire, there are eccentric pieces that the musician often puts on when going out or for filming.
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David Lynch: dead flies
The director of "Twin Peaks" has been collecting dead flies since childhood. Another passion of an officer of the Legion of Honor is chewing gum. According to the director, this is a worthy exhibit for collecting, because in its appearance, chewed gum resembles a brain.>