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Director Krennic

Director Orson Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn) is a villain from the Star Wars film Rogue One. He the Imperial weapons developer overseeing the construction of the Death Star, a space station with the capability to destroy an entire planet.

Jack Frost

Jackson Overland Frost (voiced by Chris Pine), better known as Jack Frost, is the main protagonist in Rise of the Guardians and an immortal supernatural being much like the Guardians. Unlike the others, however, he is a loner, the classic rebel without a cause, sarcastic and mischievous. As the manifestation of winter, Jack Frost is capable of manipulating ice and snow. He is the spirit of mischief and chaos personified, but when he discovers the purpose behind his powers, he will become a true Guardian, representing “Fun.”

Scary Godmother

Scary Godmother

Scary Godmother is the comic book and animated character of the same name, written and illustrated by Jill Thompson. The children’s books were first published in 1997 then eventually spawned into an animated TV film in 2003.

Running Forrest Gump

In the 1994 film Forrest Gump, the titular Forrest Gump embarks on a lengthy run across America with his trusty Nikes. This guide is for when his iconic running look featured in one of the most memorable scenes of American cinema.

Vadoma

In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Vadoma (Erin Wasson) is the sister and sidekick of Adam, the leader of a 5000-year-old order of vampires. Because they’re actively at war, she is dressed in Victorian equestrian clothing, which make it easy for her to move and fight, as opposed to the traditional dresses of the era.

Henry Sturges

In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, an alternate history of the Civil War era, Henry Sturges (Dominic Cooper) is the good vampire who teaches Abraham Lincoln how to hunt and kill vampires. After losing his wife and humanity to vampires, he uses his immortality to recruit hunters throughout time. Because of his human life experience, Henry’s fashion is ornate and elaborate, drawing a little steampunk inspiration.

Abraham Lincoln

Based on the book of the same name, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter is an alternate history of the American Civil War, during which Abraham Lincoln (Benjamin Walker) hunts vampires with an ax. The story follows him from his childhood through his presidency, chronicling his mission to eradicate vampires. The beard is optional, since he only has it for a portion of the time.

James Bond

James Bond, code-named 007, is the dashing MI-6 hero of over 20 films, books and video games starting with Dr. No in 1962. Since then the actors playing Bond have changed, the enemies have switched geographical locations and the gadgets have become wickedly high-tech, but Bond’s go-to outfit remains the same: a snazzy black tuxedo and trusty Walther PPK. Finish off the look of this charming, rakish lady-lover with a big watch, hair gel and a martini – shaken, not stirred.

Jay Gatsby

Jay Gatsby

Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) is the wealthy and extravagant title character in “The Great Gatsby.” A local legend, Gatsby throws luxurious parties for all of Long Island, in hopes of running into his lost love Daisy Buchanan. Gatsby is impeccably dressed, often wearing high-end suits.

Pilar Estravados

In the 2017 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, Pilar Estravados (Penelope Cruz) is a Spanish missionary and nurse. Set in 1934, her clothing is modest and demure, reflecting her religious devotion.