29 October 2019 04:38
Email This week is Halloween and as is the case every year, many of the costumes you'll be seeing are a snapshot of the pop culture that has resonated with people over the past 365 days. The costumes will come from horror movies as well, including Jordan Peele's Us. But the director doesn't approve of Us Halloween costumes, as he explained: I've started receiving a lot of pictures of people in tethered costumes, which doesn't make me comfortable. Halloween is still a few days away but Jordan Peele has already been inundated online by people sending him images of themselves wearing Us costumes. People are dressing up as the Tethered in their red jumpsuits (which is actually a super simple and effective costume) and letting the director know about it. It's a bit of an odd take because you would think seeing his characters permeate pop culture enough to be a popular Halloween costume would be a huge sort of marker of success for a film and a filmmaker.
Other iconic horror characters like Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, Pinhead and Ghostface have all maintained a presence at the costume shop for years and decades after their debuts, even as the films they originate from have went in and out of favor. And Jordan Peele does like that Us has resonated in a way that people care about it, but he's not a fan of seeing the costumes, or at least not a fan of having pictures of people in the costumes sent to him. Jordan Peele might be taking things a bit too seriously, but he's coming at Us and the Tethered from a different perspective than we are. He's cool with people wearing costumes from Us as long as he doesn't have to see it, he just doesn't want people to send him images of themselves dressed as that or any creepy characters for that matter. Check out our 2019 Release Schedule to see what movies, horror and otherwise, you can look forward to the rest of this year and let us know what costume you'll be wearing on Halloween in the comments below.
To get the costume, just slip on your go well with and a baseball hat, and tape a piece of paper to your again that reads "Varsity Blues," so everyone will know who you are. Though the Glossier personnel is just not always the most astonishing costume, the truth of the matter is that throwing on a pale pink jumpsuit is just about the least complicated Halloween glimpse out there. In other words and phrases, here's your excuse to use all your most loved Glossier goods, all at at the time, all night long. Normally, come across a related jumpsuit, grab some sweet cigarettes, and a stuffed guinea pig, and voilà, you happen to be Fleabag. Gown up as flight engineers Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, the NASA astronauts who took section in this year's historic all-female spacewalk, by donning a white jumpsuit this Halloween. Halloween is merely days away, and with it comes the ever-annoying question: What will you dress up as this year? Ideally, you want your costume to be current and clever without requiring a number of obscure items that require a full-on thrift store hunt. Thanks to pop culture and recent news, the jumpsuit has become the holy grail of Halloween; literally whatever color suit you have, there's a costume to be created. So grab your jumpsuit and read on to get your last-minute costume sorted. If you have a red jumpsuit and a pair of scissors lying around, the obvious choice is to dress as one of the Tethered from Jordan Peele's horror film Us. (If you want to see the costume in action, just look at the cast of black-ish.) Other props could include a rabbit, a baseball bat, and of course, you'll need to imitate Lupita Nyong'o's signature voice from the film. If you're looking for a more litigious costume—and happen to have a green jumpsuit—then feel free to dress up as Felicity Huffman. The actress, who went to prison for her involvement in a headlines-making college admissions scam, recently ended her sentence, but not before she was spotted wearing a kinda-fashionable green prison jumpsuit. To get the costume, just slip on your suit and a baseball hat, and tape a piece of paper to your back that reads "Varsity Blues," so everyone will know who you are. While the Glossier employee isn't necessarily the most surprising costume, the truth is that throwing on a pale pink jumpsuit is just about the easiest Halloween look out there. No offense to the other lewks on this list, but the most iconic jumpsuit of the year has to be the black jumpsuit that Phoebe Waller-Bridge wore in the first episode of Fleabag season two. Dress up as flight engineers Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, the NASA astronauts who took part in this year's historic all-woman spacewalk, by donning a white jumpsuit this Halloween.