And the Best Costume Award goes to...
Scott Eastwood channeled none other than his own father, Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, for Hilarity for Charity's 5th Annual Variety Show, a star-studded costume party to benefit The Alzheimer's Association held Saturday evening in Hollywood.
E! News caught up with the hunky actor, who looked a chip off the 'ol block in his cowboy ensemble inspired by Clint's 1966 classic The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
When asked if Clint had seen the elaborate getup, Scott told us, "I sent him a picture. I haven't heard back; he doesn't do a lot of texting." After all, the 86-year-old four-time Oscar winner surely has more exciting things to do than respond to a text message!
Complete with Clint's signature poncho, dusty denim trousers and cowboy hat, the 30-year-old Suicide Squad star could have easily been mistaken for his famous pops. But as it turns out, Scott's decision to bring the famous character to life was a last minute one.
"I hadn't thought about it before I was told it was a costume party and I said, ‘Well s--t, Halloween came early," he explained.
Quite a few celebs came out for the pre-Halloween fundraiser hosted by Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller Rogen, including Snoop Dogg, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as well as Scandal stars Katie Lowes and Adam Shapiro.
Lucky for Scott, the shindig was the perfect excuse to get dressed up and go all out because, as he told us, the Oct. 31 holiday won't include any trick or treating.
"I gotta go start filming so I gotta go to work!" Scott explained. Boo.