Michael Jordan in Space Jam

Michael Jordan plays himself in the 1996 live-action/animated sports film Space Jam, a crossover with Warner Bros. Looney Tunes. The film presents a fictional alternate history of what happened between Jordan’s initial retirement from the NBA in 1993 and his comeback in 1995, in which he becomes embroiled in events involving Bugs Bunny and his friends by joining their basketball team, Tune Squad.

Donna Pinciotti

Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) is the tomboy next-door neighbor and love interest of Eric Foreman in the 1998 sitcom That’s 70s Show. She tends to find herself hanging out often with the guys, growing more feminine over the course of the show when she realizes her true feelings for Eric.

Luka Couffaine from Miraculous Ladybug

Luka Couffaine

From Miraculous Ladybug, Luka is the brother of Juleka Couffaine and crush of Marinette Dupain-Cheng. He loves music as well as Marinette. For his hair, you’ll want to trim the wig down to a layered style.

Star Butterfly from Star Vs. The Forces of Evil

Star Butterfly

Princess Star Butterfly is the main protagonist of Star vs. the Forces of Evil. She is a teenage princess of the Kingdom of Mewni (located in another dimension) sent to Earth by her parents in order to learn how to use the royal magic wand.

M’aiq the Liar from Skyrim

A nomadic member of the lion-esque Khajiit race in the internationally popular video game series Elder Scrolls, M’aiq is a witty, cheeky cat that loves to chat. Players randomly discover him along the road, doling out misinformation on a range of topics from nudity to profundity. The game creators originally added M’aiq as an easter egg to add commentary about the series, and he has been in Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim and Elder Scrolls Online. This guide is for his Skyrim outfit, which looks like a cross between Shaolin and Christian monks.

Freddie Sykes from Twin Peaks

Freddie Sykes (Jake Wardle) was an English-born security guard at the Great Northern Hotel in Twin Peaks, Washington, and a friend of James Hurley in the 2017 Showtime series Twin Peaks: The Return. He was visited by the Giant/Fireman, who shows him a green gardening glove. When he put it on, it became stuck to his hand and gave him immeasurable power. This allowed him to face his destiny and go toe to toe with the demonic entity Killer BOB / Evil Cooper

Cora Crawley

On Downton Abbey, Cora Crawley (Elizabeth McGovern) is an American heiress who became Countess of Grantham when she married Lord Robert Crawley. Though their marriage is arranged, she shows love for her husband and is generally sweet and accommodating. Born into a wealthy family, she is elegant, poised, and quite comfortable in fine clothing and jewelry.

Sarah Borden

The Prestige is a film about the rivalry between real-life magicians, Robert Angier and Alfred Borden. Sarah Borden (Rebecca Hall) is the wife of Alfred Borden, a magician in 19th century England.

Lady Mary Crawley

Lady Mary Crawley (Michelle Dockery) is the eldest daughter of Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham on Downton Abbey. Spanning from the post-Edwardian era to the 1920’s, Mary Crawley is always at the height of fashion. She is elegant, graceful, and poised, but she has a bitter, aloof attitude.