“Futuristic” costume for the Oscars could get a facelift
The Oscar Costume Institute is coming back in style, thanks to a new look that is inspired by a futuristic movie trailer.
The outfit is inspired in part by the film, “The Terminator” and will be on display at the event, which takes place on April 26.
In the trailer, an unseen female soldier fires a rifle and then uses her helmet to attack the camera.
In this case, the helmet is a white helmet with a white, blue and red pattern on it.
The costume also has a dark-red and green-colored cape, a red, gold and white shield and a red ribbon tied to it.
A new look for the Oscar Costume institute, which also offers a wide range of costumes and accessories for men and women, is coming soon.
The new outfit, inspired by “The Twilight Zone” and “Terminator,” is due to be on sale for $299.99.
It will be the latest in a line of futuristic costume ideas that have been popping up all over the entertainment industry.
In 2017, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” director J.J. Abrams showed off a pair of futuristic armor in a video.
The new outfit is the first to have a metal-and-glass-like surface to create an illusion of an armored suit.
The actor who played Luke Skywalker in “Star Trek: Into Darkness” is wearing the new costume on a film set in Hawaii.
He also used the costume on stage in the 2016 “Star War: The Force Awakens” film.