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Tyler from The Peanut Butter Falcon

Tyler (played by Shia LaBeouf) is a man on the run who befriends 22-year-old Zak in the movie The Peanut Butter Falcon.  Recently fired, Tyler agrees to help Zak travel to find the Saltwater Redneck in order to take wrestling lessons from him, and the two become fast friends during their travels.  Tyler’s costume consists mostly of denim cut offs, a dingy white t-shirt, and a faded red Outer Banks baseball cap.  He also uses a steel frame hiking backpack.

Stanley Yelnats from Holes

Stanley Yelnats the Fourth is the fourth in line to receive a curse of bad luck that has plagued his family for decades. As chronicled in Louis Sachar’s Holes and the film adaptation starring Shia LaBeouf (who is not actually a cannibal, for the record), young Stanley happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, gets framed for theft, and winds up at a juvenile detention center called Camp Green Lake. As Stanley soon learns, it is neither a camp, nor is there a lake. All there is is a great expanse of dry land, dotted with holes dug by Green Lake’s young, troubled inmates.

In the book, Stanley Yelnats starts off with a stockier build, and his weight decreases with the hard labor of his punishment. In the movie, Shia Labeouf’s scenes were filmed out of order to represent the character’s fluctuating weight. As such, his clothing becomes quite baggy with time. We recommend buying Stanley’s costume pieces in a size up.

Motivational Shia LaBeouf

In this video, Shia LaBeouf gives an impassioned but general purpose motivational speech where he drops wisdom bombs like “yesterday, you said tomorrow”. You’ve been thinking about dressing up as him, so what are you waiting for? JUST DO IT.

Mutt Williams

In Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Henry “Mutt Williams” Jones III (Shia LaBeouf) is the son of Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood. As Indy’s new sidekick, he has big shoes to fill.

Magic Shia LaBeouf

On Saturday Night Live, Shia LaBeouf plays a fanciful magician. His most famous act is taking your age and subtracting 2. Add 2 again, and you get your real age. Magic!

Shia LaBeouf

We’re not sure if Shia LaBeouf’s recent behavior is a publicity stunt or if it’s “art”. Whatever it is, it sure makes for an easy costume.