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  • Actors as Necromongers wearing gray armor in the 2004 film "The Chronicles of Riddick."
    • Universal Pictures

    The Chronicles of Riddick

    2004

    Costume seen on unknown actors as Necromongers

  • An extra wearing gray armor in the episode "The Rings of Akhaten" of the 2013 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten

    2013

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Extras wearing gray armor in the 2016 ad "McDonald's: Chicken McNuggets Food Quality."
    • McDonald's Corporation

    McDonald's: Chicken McNuggets Food Quality

    2016

    Costume seen on extras

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About the Costume

Science fiction films and television shows have had a long history of reusing armor or various found objects to create unique aliens from other planets. In this instance, one of the pieces of armor used for the Necromongers in the 2004 film The Chronicles of Riddick later went on to be used in a 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Rings of Akhaten. The armor for the chest, arms, shoulders and legs seem to have have been utilized, though the helmet was not. The pieces were used again in a 2016 commercial for McDonald’s.

 

 

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About the Costume

Science fiction films and television shows have had a long history of reusing armor or various found objects to create unique aliens from other planets. In this instance, one of the pieces of armor used for the Necromongers in the 2004 film The Chronicles of Riddick later went on to be used in a 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Rings of Akhaten. The armor for the chest, arms, shoulders and legs seem to have have been utilized, though the helmet was not. The pieces were used again in a 2016 commercial for McDonald’s.

 

 

Science fiction films and television shows have had a long history of reusing armor or various found objects to create unique aliens from other planets. In this instance, one of the pieces of armor used for the Necromongers in the 2004 film The Chronicles of Riddick later went on to be used in a 2013 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Rings of Akhaten. The armor for the chest, arms, shoulders and legs seem to have have been utilized, though the helmet was not. The pieces were used again in a 2016 commercial for McDonald’s.

 

 

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Christajnewman
  • David
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Costume Designer:
  • Michael Dennison
  • Ellen Mirojnick

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