There are people who dress up for Halloween and then there are people who go all out, celebrities included. This year, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake's adorable family decided The LEGO Batman Movie would be the inspiration behind their Halloween costumes and the results were spectacular. You can check out the fruits of their creativity, below.

For Halloween this week, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake took their son, Silas Randall Timberlake, 3, trick-or-treating in New York City. The three strolled around the streets looking for candy, or as Timberlake later put it, "fighting crime in these streets."

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Out here fighting crime in these streets.

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Seeing the full video of the family out and about, you can tell those LEGO Harley Quinn and LEGO Robin costumes Silas' proud parents are sporting may have looked great, but they also weren't the easiest costumes to walk in ever with all of the extra (presumably foamy) material to keep the costumes looking LEGO-like.

Still, as far as family costumes go, for 2018 this one was pretty tops especially for being costumes the celebrities wore out on the streets. (Neil Patrick Harris' family also had pretty great Disney-themed looks, but we saw those more in a photo shoot sort of context.) As an additional bonus, The LEGO Batman Movie-based costumes also had LEGO goggles that allowed Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel to take a break from being celebrities and get to walk around unencumbered by fame for a while.

It's pretty easy to get your hands on a fairly reasonably priced LEGO Batman for kids these days. Regardless, the creativity of the family costume as a whole and the details in both Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's costumes really take the whole look over the top. And not in the way that Kim Kardashian and her famous sisters went over-the-top this year.

You can take a look at more celebrity Halloween costumes and be sure to stay tuned to CinemaBlend today as we bring you more fun and haunting looks.

Meanwhile, if you are a big fan of LEGO projects, The LEGO Movie: 2 The Second Part is already well on the way to hitting theaters. You'll be able to catch that latest project in theaters starting on February 8, 2019. You can see what else is hitting theaters next year with our full movie schedule.

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