Ryan Gosling plays the unnamed “Driver” in the movie Drive. The character seems to have a stable, yet lonely, life, working three jobs as a mechanic, stuntman, and a secret getaway driver. Though his life changes when he meets his new neighbors, Driver is consistently seen in his scorpion jacket and chewing on a toothpick throughout the film.
Burt Wonderstone is a world famous magician with a flamboyant streak. When his fame starts to fade, he’s forced to reckon with the up-and-coming street act of the dark and mysterious Steve Gray.
When Kai hitched a ride with a stranger he probably wasn’t expecting to save a life or become an internet sensation as a result. However, that’s what happened when an interview with the laid back hitchhikers took the internet by storm and resulted in several parodies. Perhaps this proves everyone does get 15 minutes of fame.
Tobias Fünke was at one point a standby understudy for the Blue Man Group. He “blue himself” and waited until 8:01PM every night in case he was needed to fill in for a spot. After being disappointed each time, he would remove the makeup and be left in his infamous cut-off shorts.
Rita Skeeter is a witch journalist whom Albus Dumbledore has described as “enchantingly nasty.” When she is not spying and eavesdropping for stories in her secret animagus form, the beetle, she can be identified by her bright blonde curls, her Quick Notes Quill, and her mischievous smile.
Beyonce keeps it fabulous while singing this anthem for single ladies. She wears a simple leotard and accessorizes with some unique bling. If you’d like to take the look to the next level, grab two friends to complete the trio and work on those dance moves!
How big of a Wes Anderson fan are you? Guess these characters by their costumes, and hover to see the answers. Careful, they get harder as you go along!
Ron Burgundy is the popular and award-winning anchor for the KVWN-TV Channel 4 Evening News team. Always confident and well-dressed, he believes “diversity” to be some type of “old, old wooden ship used in the Civil War era.”