Disney’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, which starred Emma Thompson, has been hailed as one of the most successful holiday classics of all time, and the franchise has continued to thrive.
But what if you can’t get the full experience of the film with a full Halloween costume, and you don’t want to wear a red, white and blue mask?
Disney has made a little trick to make that happen: a costume contest.
The contest features more than 40,000 entries, and participants have been chosen by Disney to be featured in a new video game that’s being released this month.
The video game is called Haunted House and will include a twist on Halloween-themed merchandise, as well as costumes, props and other costumes from other Disney properties.
The game includes a “Haunted Mansion” variant of the haunted house theme park ride and includes a Halloween mask, a mask-wearing costume, a costume that can be customized and a costume for a “Halloween costume contest.”
It is currently being released in the U.S. and Canada.
The costume contest will be available online through Nov. 5.
The theme park theme park will also offer a limited number of special Halloween themed items for purchase in-person at the theme park starting on Nov. 12.
The costumes, costumes and masks are $20 each, and attendees can enter online or through Disney Store.
“This is an opportunity for our fans to enter the game,” said Matt McQuaig, vice president of Disney Parks & Resorts International.
“We want to celebrate the spirit of Halloween and provide something for our guests that they can really enjoy.”
The video will be featured at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Walt Disney Imagineering’s Space Mountain Resort in California.
The park and theme park areas will be open Nov. 18 and Nov. 19 for the costume contest, with Disney and Disney Imagineers also hosting a “Turtle House” scavenger hunt on Nov, 19.
This is part of Disney’s “Haunted Halloween” initiative, which includes new attractions and other Halloween-inspired content throughout the park.
Disney is hoping to have a full-length Halloween video game released by year’s end, said Mike Regan, senior vice president for business development for the Disneyland Resort.
“The challenge is that it’s not just a Halloween movie,” he said.
“You’re trying to capture the spirit and spirit of the holiday and get it to everyone.”