Steve Martin has just shown off his Halloween costume for this year and people have had a lot to say about it...
It's that time of year where we see celebs unveiling their Halloween costumes.Halloween may not be what we imagined this year, but that won't stop us from feasting our eyes on what creations our favorite A-listers come up with for the spooky festivities.
One of the first celebs to show off their costume was no other than Steve Martin.
via: Getty ImagesAnd it's safe to say, reactions to the picture have been strong.
Now, Steve is considered to be something of a national treasure.
via: Getty ImagesThe comedian, actor, and writer rose to prominence for his role in the 1979 flick, The Jerk.
But his career began with comedy writing...
via: Getty ImagesThe star ditched college to write for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, going on to bag an Emmy Award in '69.
During the '70s, Steve moved onto performing stand-up comedy in local clubs.
via: Getty ImagesAs well as writing for The Sonny and Cher Show and having the first of what would become several appearances on The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson.
Most people will likely know Steve for his roles on the big screen, though.
via: imdbStarring in movies such films as All of Me, Little Shop of Horrors, and Father of the Bride.
In more recent years, he doesn't appear to have lost his flare.
via: Getty ImagesFor instance, he's won over audiences on several occasions while hosting in infamously long Academy Awards throughout the '00s.
Among his many accolades...
via: Getty ImagesSteve was awarded the prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in 2005 and named a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in December 2007.
He also received an honorary Academy Award in 2013...
via: Getty ImagesNow, that's impressive.
So, it's safe to say, Steve has made quite a name for himself.
via: Getty ImagesAnd it seems he's showing no signs of slowing down the comedy.
Because, yesterday, Steve revealed his Halloween costume for this year...
via: Getty ImagesThe star took to social media to show off the costume.
The picture quickly did the rounds on Twitter...
via: Getty ImagesAnd fans had a lot to say about it.
At first we couldn't spot what his costume was...And then it suddenly clicked.
Yep, that it indeed "The Fly" from the vice presidential debate...
My Halloween costume arrived! https://t.co/psobRQ4eqO— Steve Martin (@Steve Martin)1602704720.0