4 kids who killed it with their TV and film-inspired Halloween costumes
Is there anything more adorable than pint-sized trick-or-treaters on Halloween eve, dressed to the nines as ghosts, ghouls and goblins?
It turns out the answer is yes. Yes there is.
The kids below took Halloween creativity to entirely new levels this year, dressing as famous television and movie characters (with, presumably, a bit of help and/or inspiration from mom and dad).
These costumes were clearly the toughest to top at this year’s neighborhood block party.
1. This baby who dressed as Cam from Modern Family
McKell Harding (@mckellm8) October 30, 2016
This costume is sheer perfection: the hair, the floral shirt and this kid’s attitude make the look complete. The costume’s likeness even elicited a Twitter response from the actor who plays Cam, Eric Stonestreet.
2. This Taiwanese two-year-old as No-Face from Spirited Away
Spirited Away, the anime fantasy film by famed Japanese writer/director Hayao Miyazaki, is a ripe source of material for Halloween but rarely does a toddler take on the tall task of recreating the film’s beautiful animation IRL.
But Momo Lu, a two-year-old who lives in Taiwan, rose to the occasion, donning a No-Face costume that became an instant meme.
The little girl’s get-up was so realistic, it reportedly brought a few of her classmates to tears.
3. This father/daughter collab to bring Wonder Woman to life
Photographer Josh Rossi conducted a serious girl-power-packed photo shoot with his daughter, Nellee. According to an article covering the shoot, Rossi was inspired to create the costume by the film Batman vs. Superman.
Rossi says Nellee grew up watching old Wonder Woman reruns; the release of the latest film was the perfect impetus to bring the character to life.
4. This young’un who is the spitting image of Dwight Shrute
Jenna Fischer, the actress who plays Pam on The Office, was so smitten with this young fan’s homage to the show’s quirky character that she tweeted it out to her 450K+ Twitter audience.
Fans and followers, of course, had plenty to say about the adorable, miniature Shrute.
@jennafischer identity theft is not a joke Pam, millions of people suffer every year.
George Benson (@georgembenson) October 31, 2016
Grown-ups: Up your Halloween game. The bar has been set.
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