According to a new survey over at Fandango, the hottest movie-related Halloween costumes of 2008 might have a little something to do with the year's biggest film. As far as men go, the number one movie-related costume this year will, of course, be The Joker (as played by Heath Ledger) from The Dark Knight -- with Batman following closely behind at number two. Iron Man/Tony Stark, Kirk Lazarus (black action hero from Tropic Thunder), Indiana Jones, Hellboy, Two-Face, Jigsaw (from Saw), Simple Jack (as played by Ben Stiller in Tropic Thunder) and Saul the Dealer (James Franco in Pineapple Express) round out the top ten. Simple Jack? Really? Can you do me a favor and punch the guy who dresses as Simple Jack at your next Halloween party?
As for the ladies, it seems slutty Playboy bunny is all the rage this year. Yup, The House Bunny (Anna Faris) topped their list, with Angelina Jolie's Fox (Wanted) coming in second. Hannah Montana, Gabriella from High School Musical 3 and Bella from Twilight round out the top five. Don't Bella and Gabriella look like regular girls? How do you create that costume -- by picking up some clothes at The Gap?
We posted the full lists after the jump (for men, women and couples), and feel free to tell us what movie-related costume you've created for Halloween. Better yet, show us -- in about a week from now, we'll be officially launching our Fourth Annual Halloween Costume Contest. Prizes, pictures, voting -- it's oh so much fun. Do join us. .>
Hottest Movie-Related Halloween Costumes of 2008
1.The Joker (as played by Heath Ledger) in "The Dark Knight"; 2. Batman (Christian Bale) in "The Dark Knight"; 3. Iron Man/Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey, Jr.); 4. Kirk Lazarus as a black action hero (Robert Downey, Jr.) in "Tropic Thunder"; 5. Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) in "Indy 4"; 6. Hellboy (Ron Perlman) in "Hellboy II:The Golden Army"; 7. Harvey Two-Face (Aaron Eckhart) in "The Dark Knight"; 8. Jigsaw ("Saw V"); 9. Simple Jack (as played by Ben Stiller) in "Tropic Thunder"; 10. Saul the Dealer (James Franco) in "Pineapple Express."
1. "The House Bunny" (Anna Faris); 2. Fox (Angelina Jolie) in "Wanted"; 3. "Hannah Montana" (Miley Cyrus); 4. Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) in "High School Musical 3: Senior Year"; 5. Bella (Kristen Stewart) in the upcoming "Twilight"; 6. Donna (Meryl Streep) in "Mamma Mia"; 7. Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett) in "Indy 4"; 8. Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall in "Sex and the City"); 9. "The Duchess" (Keira Knightley); 10. Evolet (Camilla Belle) in "10,000 B.C."
1. The ladies in "Sex and the City"; 2. The Joker and Batman in "The Dark Knight"; 3. The high schoolers in "Twilight"; 4. The high schoolers in "High School Musical 3: Senior Year"; 5. Iron Man/Tony Stark (Downey, Jr.) & Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) in "Iron Man"; 6. Maxwell Smart (Steve Carell) & Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway) in "Get Smart"; 7. Wall-E and Eve in "Wall-E"; 8. Chad (Brad Pitt) and Linda Litzke (Frances McDormand) in 'Burn After Reading"; 9. "Step Brothers" (Will Ferrell & John C. Reillly); 10. Harold and Kumar (John Cho and Kal Penn) in "Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay."