Monstrous ‘Jaws’ Diorama Piece Released By Iron Studios

by Thomas Tuna

Twenty-five feet…three tons of him…and he’s in a bad mood.

One of the most dramatic and horrifying scenes in Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic Jaws takes place near the end of the film. The tableau involves Orca, Quint and the biggest damn shark anyone has ever seen.

And Iron Studios has captured that iconic moment in a new 1/20th scale statue that shows the terrifying shark destroying Orca’s stern and bearing down on the helpless Quint. Check out the photos, courtesy of, on this page.

The impressive hand-painted diorama piece–which will be available during the third quarter of 2022–is made of polystone and checks in at 41 inches wide, 31 inches tall and more than 50 pounds. The price tag is almost as huge–a cool $3,000–and the statue is now available for preorder.

Jaws–based on the 1974 novel by Peter Benchley–needs no introduction to any horror fan. Directed by Spielberg from a screenplay by Benchley and Carl Gottlieb, the blockbuster tells the story of an unforgettable summer on Amity Island, a small town that comes under attack by a great white shark.

The Oscar-winning movie stars Roy Scheider as Chief Martin Brody, Richard Dreyfuss as marine biologist Matt Hooper and Robert Shaw as shark hunter Quint–with an ominous score by John Williams.

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