Fun Finds: My Favorite Movie-Related Halloween Costume Goes To...

Now that it's been a few days since Halloween, some fun movie-related costumes have popped up online. In my travels, I've come across a pretty cool Iron Man costume, as well as everything from Michael Jackson (who took first place in Fandango's Halloween costume poll) to Edward Scissorhands. The movie Where the Wild Things Are seemed to have inspired tons of parents to dress up their kids as Max or, in some cases, even a Wild Thing.

 
 
My favorite movie-related Halloween costume so far, though, goes to an unknown dude who dressed up as a Na'vi from James Cameron's upcoming sci-fi flick Avatar. It's funny, too, because as big as Avatar is poised to become, I didn't see any homemade Halloween costumes related to that film at all this year, whereas there were tons of costumes inspired by other upcoming movies like The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Go figure.
 
In the video below, watch as this guy talks all about his costume (it took about five hours just to do the prosthetics!), and while the tail needs work, this guy deserves tons of kudos for pulling this together with nothing but a bunch of random marketing materials to go by. Someone contact James Cameron and get this kid a free ticket to Avatar.


 

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