Couple of the year? Elite model and cosplayer Kearstin Nicholson poses in her Scarlet Witch costume, along with Mike Prost as Vision. Very nice! This is from C2E2 2011 in Chicago.
I see Kearstin’s photos everywhere, as I hunt the web for costume pics. I’ve posted her famous Mystique costume in the past– she is so talented. Check out her website to browse many more awesome costumes!
I’m very glad there are funny hats and masks in this video, as it gives me an excuse to post it.
This is a great video of the history of lyrics that aren’t lyrics. La la la, yes that’s right!
Jane Lui, Michael T., and Jonathan Batiste sing famous songs with lyrics that aren’t actual words. Very enjoyable! Though I confess, the closer they get to the present day, the less I was able to recognize the songs.
Our costumes are a joint effort. Everything that we did involved a phone call, an email, or a visit to make sure we were keeping things consistent. It was important to stay together on this if we were to pull this off without looking different. Most of it was pretty easy. We purchased the masks and made several modifications. We added fans inside to keep cool in case we needed to wear them for an extended time.
It reminds me of the Muppet/Star Wars action figures that Disney used to sell in their theme parks. I wonder if they still do? Yes, Muppets and Star Wars definitely go together. Great job, Gentlemen!
David Hasselhoff puts on a chicken suit and act all crazy-eyed in this commercial for the new Burnout Crash game. Who needs a controller? It’s all about Kinect. Well, that’s what they want you to think, at least, and the Hoff is pretty convincing.
Hold your breath, because this is only Part 1. The Burnout team will be delivering more Hoff soon!