OK, it’s a wrap. Cancel whatever you had planned for tonight, because it’s not gonna be good enough.
Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel and their 18-month-old son Silas got all decked out to go trick or treating tonight, and proved that they basically won Halloween 2016. Not only are their costumes extremely legit and detailed, but the famous trio dressed up as characters from Timberlake’s upcoming Trolls movie!
We see you with that self-promotion, JT.
“When you make your whole family dress up as the characters from the movie you’re in but your wife secretly loves it and your son won’t keep his troll wig on…,” Timberlake captioned the photo of them walking down the street together.
“Shoutout to @jessicabiel #2BranchsandaPoppy #Trolls #didIuseaholidayforselfpromo Happy Halloween, everybody!!!!”
Meanwhile, Biel posted a photo of her adorable family posing for the camera (except Silas couldn’t keep his eyes off daddy), and wrote, “Happy Halloween from Poppy, Branch and lil Branch. We be Trollin’…”
Justin hinted to E! News recently that the fam-bam would probably take on his movie’s characters for the big holiday. “It feels appropriate, although slightly narcissistic to make my son dress up as a character that I play,” Timberlake told us at the rainbow carpet premiere of Trolls.
But then added with a smile, “But I don’t care what you think, we’re doing it.”
And we’re sure Sila didn’t mind, since he’s already a huge fan of the movie. “He knows all the characters,” Timberlake gushed during our interview. “When I first showed him the movie—I was able to show him at home, that’s one of the perks—as soon as it was over, he said, ‘Trolls again!'”
In the movie, Poppy (Anna Kendrick) enlists Branch (Timberlake) to help save their fellow trolls from being eaten by the Bergens because feasting on the rainbow-hued creatures is the only thing that gives them a feeling of happiness.
Timberlake also produced the music for the film, which includes his Oscar-buzzy single “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and covers of Cyndi Lauper‘s “True Colors” and Diana Ross‘ “I’m Coming Out.”
Trolls is in theaters on Nov. 4.