While I did a slideshow of celeb Halloween costume earlier this morning, Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison (dressed up as Courtney Stodden) clearly deserve their own post. This can’t be unseen, I’m sad to report. [Celebitchy]
Happy Halloween! It’s the holiday in which celebs are free to dress up as the characters they wish someone would pay them to play. Click through this slideshow to see the costumes donned by stars like Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, Gwen Stefani, Lea Michele, Mindy Kaling, and Lindsay Lohan. And after the jump, check out celebrity costumes from 2010 and 2009. Keep reading »
Across the board, kids in Halloween costumes are basically all adorable, but this might just be my personal favorite kid costume I’ve seen yet. As a Johnny Cash fan, I’m impressed with this little boy’s swagger. I think the Man in Black would be proud. [The Clearly Dope]
Some of today’s biggest stars had some seriously scary starts — by kicking off their careers with horror movies!
Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Bacon, Jamie Lee Curtis, Goerge Clooney and more all had early roles battling Jason Vorhees, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, vicious furballs, creepy serial killers and, in Jennifer Aniston’s case, even evil leprechauns.
Looking for a scary flick to watch this Halloween? Check out the gallery above to see which ones have some then-unknown superstars! Read more…
It’s finally here: Halloweekend 2011. And though many choose to witty, creative or innovative with their costumes (like building a fully-functioning digital camera costume), most choose to simply…wear less. And as fellow college girls, we’re okay with that, but Nicole Richie isn’t.
“Girls, can we all pledge that we will not dress slutty for this Halloween?” she posted on her Facebook page earlier this week. “The jig is up!” Read more…
Billy Corgan probably didn’t have this in mind. Or maybe he did.
In any case, filmmaker Devin Graham brings us — just in time for Halloween — the real thing: smashing pumpkins.
Graham shot the video at 1,000 frames per second and slowed down the footage so we can see the pumpkins in all their glory. Watch as seeds, pulp and orange chunks go flying. Graham also reverses the footage, so you can see just how the Jack-o-lanterns break apart. Read more…