ByMichelle Siouty, writer at

We might not always believe it, but the untouchable celebrity idols we look up to are just as human as we are. They pick their noses, they have to clip their toenails, and they even sweat as much as any normal human does.

I know. It's easy to forget sometimes. Did you know celebs geek out as much as we do, too?

If you've ever been to San Diego Comic-Con, you've probably bumped into a few celebrities in cosplay, but you just had no clue. Below is a list of our favorite stars and their cosplay outfits which helped hide their identities.

1. Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe recently told Moviepilot in an interview that he wishes he could play Spider-Man in a film. The beautiful thing about Comic-Con is that Daniel was able to wear this badass costume and pretend to be Spider-Man for a day or so.

2. Jaden Smith

Smith is looking super sleek in this awesome Batman suit. Fun fact: He wore this exact outfit to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding.

3. Sean Astin

This Lord of the Rings actor released his inner Captain Rex by donning this awesome mask. Check him out! He looks about ready to fight the Confederacy, if I do say so myself.

4. Maisie Williams

We have another Spider-Man fan! Maisie ran around incognito with her mask, being able to enjoy the fun that is Comic-Con without being noticed.

5. Peter Jackson

Peter Jackson donned this jester outfit and was able to roam around Comic-Con without a single person suspecting who he was.

6. Stephen Colbert

Colbert wore a Laketown Spy outfit from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug as a means to express his intense love of all things Middle-Earth.

7. Jack Black

Jack Black may have bought his Stormtrooper helmet for $200, which kept him hidden for a while, until fans figured out his disguise. Word got around, and Black's mode of stealth stopped working. Better luck next time, Black!

We know it's you Peter Jackson!
We know it's you Peter Jackson!

Celebs enjoy cosplaying like we do? They have their nerdy obsessions, just like us plebeians?

This just goes to show you that Comic-Con is a wondrous place where stars and normal folk alike want to roam around and geekily cosplay to our heart's content.

[Source: Toronto Sun, The Daily Dot, Suggest]


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