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Megamind

Megamind (voiced by Will Ferrell) is a one-of-a-kind villain. It might be that he was based on both Batman and Lex Luthor. Or maybe it’s that he isn’t actually a bad person. Either way he’s in a league of his own. And his fashion choices are no different!

Getting a look like Megamind’s takes a little bit of DIY but it’s worth it! The first DIY part of the costume is altering the cape so that it attaches to the underside of the leather shoulder guards. You can also add a silver “M” to the front if you can find one at your local craft store.

Next you will need to alter the navy body suit by painting a blue lightning bold on the chest.

The last bit of DIY should be done right before you want to debut your cosplay. You will need to enlarge your head with a prosthetic conehead. Once that is in place you will have to paint it with light blue body paint that you will have need to apply to your face and neck. Then, using black body paint, you will need to paint on his goatee and eye brows.

Voila! You’re ready to rock out to AC/DC and take over a whole city … then become its hero.

The Roxbury Guys

Before the movie A Night at the Roxbury premiered, the Roxbury Guys were tearing up the dance floor on Saturday Night Live. While Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan played the brothers Steve and Doug Butabi, they were also often joined by other SNL cast members and hosts including Jim Carrey in one of the most iconic versions of the skit. To hang at the Roxbury, you need a fitted black t-shirt, thick silver chain, and an oversized two-piece suit (the shinier the better), not to mention plenty of hair gel to keep your strands in place while you bop along to “What is Love.”

The Man Upstairs from The Lego Movie

The Man Upstairs from The Lego Movie

The Man Upstairs (Will Ferrell) is the antagonist of The Lego Movie, who Lord Business and his superweapon Kragle is based off. He was a very strict father at first, protective of his own Lego creations, but upon realizing his son Finn’s creativity, he changed his mind about his son, helping him with his own Lego constructions.

Mustafa from Austin Powers

Mustafa (Will Ferrell) is a Turkish or Egyptian henchman of Dr. Evil, appearing in the first and second Austin Powers movies. He is apparently Dr. Evil’s weapons designer as he took credit for constructing the cryogenic chamber and the trap fire pit. Due to a quirk in his character, he could not resist responding to a question when asked three times in a row. Recognizable by his red fez. Extremely difficult if not impossible to kill.

James King

In Get Hard, James King (Will Ferrell) is a wealthy hedge fund manager with a gold-digging fiancee. When he gets arrested for fraud and embezzlement, he turns to who else but his car washer Darnell (Kevin Hart) to toughen up.

Tight Pants Jimmy Fallon

“Everybody’s talking about his tight pants.” Well it’s hard not to talk about or look at Jimmy Fallon’s tight white pants especially when he’s performing those hip shaking moves. Now, the important question is who wore it better – Will Ferrell or Jennifer Lopez?

Buddy the Elf

Buddy the Elf (Will Ferrell) has quickly become a fan favorite. If he’s not enjoying syrup and other sugary treats, you can find him reveling in his favorite activity, smiling. This lovable human-turned-elf brings joy to our hearts and a smile to our faces each and every year.

Jacobim Mugatu

When he isn’t designing clothing like the piano key tie, Jacobim Mugatu is turning fashion models into assassins. While we don’t advise you to plot the deaths of world leaders, you can practice your fashion design skills by recreating Mugatu’s trademark sweater. Who knows, maybe you’ll find yourself designing the next “Derelicte.”

Ron Burgundy

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.”