Don’t miss this excellent trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy. This low budget version is perfectly sweded by a group of talented Hungarians. Ha, I think my favorite costume is the guy dressed as Gamora. So well done!
Here’s a side by side comparison:
Australian actress Georgina Haig has been spotted in her full Elsa costume. She’s currently filming on the set of ABC’s Once Upon a Time. I’ve never seen her act, but she certainly looks the part.
So what’s in store for Elsa? Co-creator Adam Horowitz gave the following hint:
“What we can say is we’re very aware of what we think makes this character from Frozen so special,” he revealed to E! News. “We want to honor that and make sure that what we do is in the universe that everyone fell in love with this past year.”
How amazing it this costume? Snow White as a bounty hunter would be a great movie. This is cosplayer Amber Arden in her amazing “Snowbafett” costume.
So brilliant, great job!
Thanks to JoGrrl for the tip!
[via Amber Arden]
To help raise money for Unicef, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert battle for the title of World’s Biggest Star Wars Fan. Ha, this is great.
It’s a close match, indeed. But while Stephen Colbert may be strong in the Force, Jon Stewart gets to have the most fun with costumes.
If you want to donate to this Unicef cause, you may get to appear in the new Star Wars movie!
What a beautiful monster. It’s been a while since I checked in on Courtney and Cosplay Couture. Wow, she’s just killing it with such amazing costumes.
Here’s Courtney cosplaying Frankenstein’s monster Eve. So amazing! Be sure to visit Cosplay Couture for more photos from this series.
After watching many, many adaptations seeing what worked and what didn’t, I ended up with a creature of my own. I call her Eve, as the original Creature is sometimes dubbed ‘Adam’, this isn’t intended to be the Bride, rather a genderswapped Creature as I wanted to channel his emotional journey.
Costume by Courtney Coulson
Make-up by Lauren Payne
Photography by Luke Milton
[via Cosplay Couture]
There’s something about black and white photos that make old costumes seem extra creepy. Instead of happy children getting candy, I see a scary street gang. LOL, cool photo, though.
This was probably taken in the late 60’s, or early/mid 70’s. I sure hope nobody was foolish enough to answer “trick.” 🙂
Mermaid Monday used to be a weekly feature here at MyDisguises, but it’s been a while. It’s certainly time to show some mermaid love.
Here’s Raina, the amazing Halifax Mermaid, swimming peacefully underwater. Hard to believe she isn’t a real mermaid. What a tail!
Want to learn how to be a mermaid? Follow Raina on Facebook!
What a fancy beard! The flowers are such a nice touch this time of year. It’s time for all men to step up, because this is how you get the ladies.
[favjeans via Neatorama]