Neil Patrick Harris Reveals Family’s Hollywood-Themed Halloween Costumes

It’s Halloween, so you know what that means. It is time for trick-or-treats and an annual family photo from Neil Patrick Harris. The beloved actor is known for dressing up his family in elaborate Halloween costumes, and this year is no exception. The Harris Clan is looking rather glamorous this holiday season with their old-school costumes.

“Hooray for Halloween!” Harris wrote on Instagram. The actor posted an adorable photo of his husband David Burka and twins, Gideon Scott and Harper Grace. The family dressed up in Hollywood-themed costumes as Harris can be seen wearing a Groucho get-up. Burka looks rather dapper as Charlie Chaplin, and the twins are dolled up as Marilyn Monroe and James Dean.

Of course, this is just one of many costumes which the Harris family has worn. Last year, the clan dressed up as Han Solo, Obi-Wan, Leia, and Luke from Star Wars. Before that, the gang dressed up as Batman characters like Riddler and Joker. Other inspired costumes include characters from The Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Pan.

Every Halloween, fans always look forward to seeing the family’s ensemble - and it is impressive to see that Harris coordinated the looks despite his busy schedule. The actor has been busy filming a live-action adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events for Netflix. The site confirmed that Harris would play one of the show’s leads, Count Olaf.

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The Harris family isn’t the only one who is going all-out this Halloween. Earlier today, Patton Oswalt shared an image of him and his daughter dressed as Trigon and Raven from Teen Titans. Victoria Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio also shared a picture of her dressed in seductive Jessica Rabbit.

📽🎞Hooray for Halloween!🎞📽#Marilyn #Groucho #Chaplin #JamesDean @dbelicious

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So, what do you guys think about this year’s costume? Do you think the Harris family pulls off the classic Hollywood get-ups?