Men

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.

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.

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

Fred Flintstone

Fred Flintstone lives in the town of Bedrock with his wife Wilma and daughter Pebbles. Although short-tempered and prone to acting immaturely, Fred is a loving caveman at heart and cares deeply for his family and friends.

Fez

Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) is the sassy and sometimes perverted member of the Point Place gang in That ’70s Show. With an unidentifiable accent and a mysteriously unclear nationality, he is often simply referred to as “Foreign Kid.”

Nikola Tesla

Based on the real-life inventor, Nikola Tesla (David Bowie) is commissioned by the magician, Robert Angier, to build a teleportation device. It is Angier’s hope that this illusion will help him defeat his rival, Alfred Borden.

Robert Crawley

Robert Crawley (Hugh Bonneville) is the 7th Earl of Grantham in Downton Abbey, a historical period drama set in post-Edwardian-era England. He is the patriarch of the Crawley family and the co-owner of Downton Abbey. He also fought in the South African Wars.

The Man in Black from the Dark Tower

An immortal, evil sorcerer who delights in causing death and devastation, The Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey) is the powerful villain in the 2017 movie adaptation of Stephen King’s novel The Dark Tower. In this first installment of the series, The Man in Black- also known as Walter Padick – goes up against protagonist and Gunslinger Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) in a battle to protect the Tower. If the Tower falls, as the Man in Black wants, all the many universes linked to it will be destroyed. As expected, the Man in Black dresses entirely in black.

Jake Chambers from Dark Tower

Jake Chambers

A young boy with powerful psychic abilities, Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) follows his visions to a portal to another dimension called Mid-World in the 2017 adaption of Stephen King’s novel the Dark Tower. In this western-style parallel universe he befriends Roland Deschain, the last Gunslinger, and comes up against the Man in Black. The Man in Black wants to use Jake’s powers to destroy the Tower that links all universes; Jake and Roland set out to stop him. Jake dresses like all other boys his age do, in a casual hoodie, jeans and plaid shirt.