In 1993, the science fiction hit Demolition Man brought actor Sylvester Stallone back to the top of the box office in one fell swoop.
In the film, police officer John Spartan (Stallone) is frozen and after 36 years in the future thawed again by the authorities to go after his sworn enemy Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes).
A prop of the frozen cryogenic character, which could be admired for years as a set piece in the famous restaurant Planet Hollywoodhas now resurfaced in a surprising place.
After a long world trip, the prop ended up at an antique shop in a small Australian town. Owner Adam Howes shared images of the naked and twisted John Spartan on Twitter, before and after shooting the model. View the images by
During the '90s, prop versions of Sylvester Stallone's cryogenically frozen character in Demolition Man hung from the ceilings of Planet Hollywood restaurants.— Adam Howes (@Howsito) August 28, 2022
Now a defrosted John Spartan has surfaced in an Australian country town. pic.twitter.com/skOpt2e3ys
Demolition Man 2
Stallone previously said that Warner Bros. still working on a sequel to Demolition Man, although the studio has not given any official confirmation. However, fans of Sly can admire him in the recently released superhero film Samaritan.