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Casper the Friendly Ghost x Profusion Cosmetics Arrives for to Haunt Halloween
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Ready for a Casper the Friendly Ghost Makeup Collection? Casper the Friendly Ghost x Profusion Cosmetics has arrived to haunt your Halloween with an assortment of makeup must haves inspired by the friendliest of ghosts! I’m a Halloween girlie. I’m absolutely obsessed with the Holiday and decorate our home top to bottom, inside and out plus throw a massive party every year to celebrate. That being said, I’m also not quite in my “cute makeup” era anymore. So, I’m sadly the Grinch of Halloween when I say I dunno if I actually need anything from this collection. It’s cute but nothing here is a must have for me.
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Casper (1995): 15 behind-the-scenes facts about the friendly ghost's movie.
Casper got a live-action movie in the '90s. A cult classic today, there are some things about Casper's making that fans should know.
- Casper was filmed in Maine, specifically in the town of Camden, which provided the perfect setting for the family-friendly spooky vibe of the movie.
- The actors had to act alongside tennis balls on strings to serve as reference points for the animators to add CGI ghosts, showcasing the challenges of incorporating CGI technology in the '90s.
- Despite its success and cult following, a sequel to Casper never materialized due to the underwhelming performance of direct-to-video sequels and scheduling conflicts with key actors like Christina Ricci and Bill Pullman.
Based on the Harvey Comic Casper the Friendly Ghost , Universal Pictures released a fantasy film in 1995 simply titled Casper that still has a cult following to this day. Starring Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman, and Devon Sawa, the movie follows a spiteful heiress who hires Dr. James Harvey to hunt ghosts from her latest mansion. What results is Dr. Harvey and his daughter, Kat, making friends with Casper and his uncles as he tries to get them to cross over.
The film was a modest success at the box office and is still shown every Halloween on television. 28 years after the movie first hit theaters, it even became a top 10 streaming option on Netflix, showing that the love for Casper is still there. Despite the movie being a beloved '90s family classic, there's a lot modern audiences might not know about the movie, like where Casper was filmed. Casper launched the star of Devon Sawa and cemented Christina Ricci as an accomplished actor at a young age, so it's no wonder so many people have such fond memories of the movie.
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The actors spoke to tennis balls instead of ghosts.
With Casper and his uncles being ghosts, the talented people behind the movie had to create a focal point for the actors to look at before the animators went in and added CGI. To assist, they placed tennis balls on strings and had the actors look at them while acting.
Wherever the actor's eye movements went through the conversation is where the animators added the ghost's movements. Even in today's CGI-laden blockbusters, CGI can be quite expensive and having such a luxury in the '90s -- when the technology was only being perfected at the time -- was a huge deal.
Universal Studios Had Casper Exhibits
Universal Pictures and Universal Studios theme parks seem to go hand-in-hand these days with props from movies often being put on display at the parks. That usually involves something like a car from the Fast & Furious franchise that fans can pose with, but in 1995 when Casper hit theaters, that was an entire exhibit that theme park visitors could walk through to help promote the film’s release.
The display was set up at the theme park for four months. It included things like props on display but also exhibits explaining the technology used in the movie, and even a partial recreation of Whipstaff, the mansion in which Casper lives.
Casper Really Was Filmed In Maine
Because Dr. Harvey was a man who could talk to the dead, he traveled across America with his daughter Kat. When he got the call to talk to the ghosts inside Whipstaff Manor, he and Kat traveled to Friendship, Maine. As it turns out, most of Casper really was filmed in Maine.
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While Friendship was said to be the town they were in, Casper's Fandom page admits that most shots were filmed in the nearby town of Camden, Maine. Camden produced that safe yet haunting vibe so many family-friendly scary movies have.
Most Of The Mansion's Scenes Were Shot On A Set
Unlike Disney's Haunted Mansion , which has a definite location in California, the location of Whipstaff Manor is fuzzy at best. Cinemaholic notes that Whipstaff Manor is a real estate on the Eastern side of Canada, though others claim Whipstaff was mirrored after the Casa Batlló in Barcelona, Spain.
But regardless of where the exterior was shot, most of the interior shots were all filmed on set. The ballroom where Kat has her school's Halloween dance has been used in another project though.
The Backstreet Boys Visited Whipstaff
It’s no secret that set pieces can be reused quite a bit in Hollywood. It’s not often, however, that such a distinct-looking set like the pieces built to create Whipstaff mansion, get used in a way that audiences would be able to recognize them. That’s just what happened when the Backstreet Boys filmed one of their music videos though.
The music video for “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” utilizes pieces of the set created for Whipstaff. Specifically, the dance hall sequence uses the main floor of Whipstaff from Casper. It’s actually a very good choice since the music video sees the various members appear as classic movie monsters.
There Was A Cut Musical Number
Casper does appear like a film that would have one or two musical numbers in it. One can imagine Casper looking up at the moon and singing a soft melody about missing his mother. Maybe Kat would be singing a similar song since she too missed her mother.
As on-point as that sounds, Casper has no musical numbers in it but that wasn't always the plan. Casper's uncles were supposed to break into song. Titled "Lucky Enough to Be A Ghost," the song was about the trio's depression and the difficulties of being a ghost. The scene, however, was cut because it was too expensive.
Steven Spielberg's Cameo Was Cut
After exploring Whipstaff Manor and realizing there were real ghosts inside, Dr. Harvey runs into the bathroom to wash his face because he can't believe what he thought he saw. As he looks in the mirror, his face quickly changes to Clint Eastwood's, Rodney Dangerfield's, and finally Mel Gibson's (above). As fun as these cameos were, there was supposed to be one more cameo made by Steven Spielberg .
Spielberg filmed the scene but when it came time for the editing process, there were just too many cameos. Spielberg's bit ended up getting the cut because he wasn't the "strongest" of the group. Bill Pullman did an amazing job of being terrified at the three faces, though.
The Studio Lost Confidence In Casper 2
After the success of Casper, fans wanted to see more. A sequel seemed like the next logical step but before it could be filmed, Universal released a few direct-to-video sequels to keep fans interested (i.e. Casper: A Spirited Beginning and Casper Meets Wendy ).
Sadly, the direct-to-video sequels didn't do so well, which made Universal hesitant about any further Casper projects. After hiring director Simon Wells to write and direct the supposed follow-up, it was finally canceled due to scheduling conflicts with Christina Ricci and Bill Pullman .
Bill Pullman Portrayed Dr. Harvey For His Kids
Bill Pullman did a fantastic job as a single father and grieving widower. However, his name wasn't the only name in the pool of potential actors to play Dr. Harvey.
According to the Casper Fandom page, actors like Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Robin Williams were all potential candidates. The A.V. Club , meanwhile, reports that Pullman snagged the part of Dr. Harvey because of his kids. He said, " That was one I really remember looking forward to taking, so that I could bring my kids to the set. They were right at the perfect age to enjoy all the magic of that. "
Casper Was Voiced By A Real Child
When Casper transforms into a young boy, he's portrayed by Devon Sawa. But when Casper is a ghost, his voice is not Devon Sawa's but Malachi Pearson. At the time, Pearson was a child who also did voice work.
According to E! , Pearson auditioned for the role six times and didn't think he did well enough to land the part. " I thought I blew it so bad, I told my mom, 'I don't think I got this one! This one's over. '" Not too long after that, Pearson was offered the role of one of the most famous CGI ghosts in cinematic history.
Devon Sawa Considered A Sequel 20 Years Later
Devon Sawa is very active on social media, and he hasn’t been shy about talking about his career - or joking about it. In 2017, he spent some time on Twitter (now X) talking about movies he was interested in making sequels for, and both choices included those he worked on with Christina Ricci - Casper and Now And Then .
Sawa went as far as tweeting to Universal Pictures about Casper 2 , saying he was “ ready to make ” the sequel, and tweeting Marlene King, the writer of Now and Then , to ask about progress on the script. He was clearly just having some fun on social media though as the next day, he tweeted that he would rather make a Little Giants sequel instead. The platform has been a great way for Sawa to engage with fans who grew up with him in the 1990s and appreciated his coming-of-age movies.
Devon Sawa’s Chemistry With Christina Ricci Got Him The Role
Though Casper is voiced for the entire movie by another actor, another actor was needed to play the live-action version of the character for the brief scenes involving Casper getting to dance with Kat at her Halloween party. The actor needed to be closer to Ricci’s own age and height for the on-camera work.
According to Sawa, Ricci was instrumental in his being selected for the role because even as kids, they had great chemistry. Director Brad Siberling only affirmed Sawa’s assertion in recent years when he wrote on twitter that it was the “ color in Christina’s cheeks ” when they met that sealed the deal for the actor. Ricci and Sawa went on to work together again in Now And Then when Ricci recommended Sawa for a part in that movie as well.
JJ Abrams Is Responsible For “Can I Keep You?”
Possibly the most quoted line in Casper is “Can I keep you?” Casper says it to Kat twice, once when she’s falling asleep in his ghostly form, and once in his human form when they’re dancing together. It’s the line that allows Kat to know who Casper really is during the dance. That moment is courtesy of JJ Abrams, who modern audiences know for TV shows like LOST and his work in the Star Wars franchise.
Where The Casper Cast Is Now
JJ Abrams was brought into the movie to perform uncredited rewrites, something that often happens in Hollywood. Writers can “punch up” existing scripts for studios without their names appearing in the credits of the movie. Abrams was the one who wrote the additional scene with Casper getting the chance to be human for a few hours, and a casting call was sent out, which then got Devon Sawa his audition.
Casper Used More CGI Than Jurassic Park
Casper was far ahead of its time in terms of digital effects. The CGI was so amazing for the '90s and still looks fantastic today, despite its age. Even better, it wasn't just one ghost that was created via CGI; it was Casper's uncles and those who died and came back to life as well.
Shockingly, Casper's director Brad Silberling tweeted that there were " more CG shots in the kitchen sequence [of Casper] than in all of Jurassic [Park]. " The aforementioned scene involved Casper making everyone breakfast and his uncles blasting through the ceiling and eating all the food.
Christina Ricci Doesn't Think The Movie Made Sense
Christina Ricci was everyone's favorite spooky girl because of her dark features and bold eyes. After starring as Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family , she was the perfect choice for Kat in Casper . However, years after the movie came out, Ricci was asked about her time in Casper and she had a shocking response:
Looking back, that movie sucked. It made no sense. I'm supposed to fall in love with a ghost? How does this work? And he's like a cartoon, well part of him?
While that might sound like Ricci would never have participated in a Casper sequel, she's made it clear since then that it wasn't solely the script that she takes issue with as an adult. She looks back on her performance and is very critical of it. Ricci was not happy with her performance in Casper at 13. That's perfectly understandable since the movie is a stepping stone in Ricci's career, but Casper will always be a beloved part of childhood for many fans.
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Kibosh was first voiced by James Earl Jones in his first appearance, and later Colin Murdock and Kevin Michael Richardson.
- 1 Appearance
- 2.1 Casper: A Spirited Begining
- 2.2 Casper's Haunted Christmas
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Appearance [ ]
Kibosh's appearance is very consistent across media. He is usually depicted as a large and corpulent green ghost with unsetting red eyes and sharp teeth. Like the Ghostly Trio , he doesn't have feet, and has orange eyes with black pupils.
History [ ]
Casper: a spirited begining [ ].
He first appears as the main antagonist in Casper: A Spirited Beginning where he runs Ghost Central with his sidekick Snivel who realizes that Casper is missing. Kibosh is furious, worried about how he'll look if some rookie ghost is wandering about without any proper schooling. Kibosh orders Snivel to find Casper and bring him back to Ghost Central.
While Casper was being trained by the Ghostly Trio, Snivel called up Kibosh and told him that he's found Casper with the Ghostly Trio and that the Trio are teaching Casper unorthodox and illegal ghostly techniques. The Trio arrw planning to use Casper to put Kibosh in his place. Kibosh is outraged.
The Ghostly Trio loses Casper and Kibosh arrives at Deedstown and locks them up in a cage. He then goes to the Applegate Mansion to find Casper. Casper eats a bomb and saves his friend, Chris . Kibosh is impressed with Casper's actions and allows Casper to stay with his so-called uncles and leaves them in peace.
He is also shown to have a running gag in which he does not pronounce Casper's name right.
Casper's Haunted Christmas [ ]
He and Snivel later appear at the start of Casper's Haunted Christmas when he is accidentally summoned by the Ghostly Trio via a magical whistle they stole from Snivel, which makes him angry. Kibosh then points out that Casper must scare at least one person a year, or he and the Trio will be banished to "The Dark" for all eternity. He then revokes the Trio's haunting licenses to keep them from scaring until Casper scares someone by Christmas Day morning, and sends the four to Kriss, Massachusetts with a cannon, and laughs after they blast off.
He next appears when Stinkie receives a "message" on his laptop and opens it, with Kibosh emerging from the screen, scaring the Trio. Kibosh reveals that he's having Snivel keep an eye on them to keep them out of trouble until Casper scares someone. Fatso believes that he can so that they get their haunting licenses back. Kibosh laughs at the idea of Casper saving his uncles' "sheets", and then reveals that he will give either peace or doom the next time they met.
At a late point in the film, Casper finally decides to scare the Trio to keep them from ruining Christmas. To do this, he had to think of what scares them the most, which of course is Kibosh, so he, Spooky, and Pearl work together to build a Kibosh decoy from the Jollimores' Santa decoration. Casper then provides the voice of Kibosh to lure the Trio and scare them, which works. He accidentally says that Holly is cute, but fortunately, the Trio doesn't notice what's going on. Despite this, Casper panics and pulls the cord of Christmas lights by mistake, and the machine shuts, confusing the Trio. Casper throws the cord to Pearl, who in turn throws it to Spooky. Spooky then flies to the outlet and plugs the cord back in, and this creates a power surge, electrocuting him and the decoy, making the Trio think Kibosh is attacking and they run off, but soon they realize that they were tricked and run back to get their revenge.
Spooky accidentally tips the decoy over, and Snivel, who was trapped in the exact same object by the Trio, emerges. Casper then grabs Snivel's magic whistle and blows on it, summoning Kibosh who unnoticedly destroys the Santa/Kibosh decoy, right before the Trio come back. But they still think that Kibosh is a fake, and assault him to the point that they push him hard on a red carpet and have him rolling nonstop on the road. It is only then that when Kibosh returns that they did panic, with Kibosh furious about what they did to him. Kibosh then proceeds to banish Casper, Spooky, Pearl, and the Trio, to "The Dark", but when Casper reveals that he scared his uncles using a decoy of him, he decides to set them all free. Snivel then discovers the "Time Bomb" that the Trio was using for a Christmas fright, which makes Kibosh angry at them for breaking his orders again. He then tries to banish the three to "The Dark", this time without Casper or anyone else, but the Trio confess, revealing that they just reconsidered using the scares and traps as comedic torture on themselves instead of the townsfolk, as a Christmas present to Kibosh. They then use the traps for such and, as a climax, Stinkie eats the bomb, Stretch eats Stinkie, Fatso eats Stretch, and the bomb explodes, sending them flying. Stinkie then uses his foul breath to change the banner from "The Spirit of Scaring" to "The Spirit of Sharing". Kibosh sees the newly changed banner and praises their actions, and then has Snivel return their haunting licenses to them. Kibosh and Snivel then leave Casper and his uncles in peace once again
Casper's Scare School [ ]
Kibosh appears in the 2006 television film as the tertiary antagonist turned anti-hero, He forces Casper to attend Scare school in order to turn him into a scary ghost. later he gives a short speech to the new students at the school, focusing on the importance of the balance between the underworld and the real world. In the movie, Kibosh became the target of Alder and Dash 's, who planned to rule over the underworld by Turning him into stone and usurp him as the supreme ruler of the underworld. Kibosh reappears in the follow-up tv series as a recurrent character, occasionally he visits Scare school to check on the academy's performance. In the show, he is portrayed as the King of the underworld, rather than just the monarch of ghosts,
In other media [ ]
KIbosh also appears as the main antagonist in the videogame Casper: Friends Around the World , where after spying on Casper with his crystal ball, he uses a magic spell to separate the friendly ghost from his human friends and teleport them around the world. He also serves as the final villain in the game.
In the videogame Casper: Spirit Dimensions Kibosh takes over the Spirit World and is intent on also taking over the mortal world. Meanwhile, Wendy the Good Little Witch summons Casper, the only remaining free ghost, and opens the portals to the Spirit Dimensions to help in their only chance to defeat him. As in the previous game, he also serves as the final villain.
In Casper's Scare School Classroom Capers he appears as the final boss in the game, who oversees the final exam before graduation at the Academy.
Powers and abilities [ ]
As one of the most powerful beings in the Casper franchise, Kibosh manifested some powers than most of the ghosts don't possess.
- Shapeshifting : like any other ghost Kibosh can shapeshift, particularly he can turn into a tornado.
- Electricity manipulation : in Casper's scare school Kibosh is able to shot electricity blasts from his hands.
- Flame Breath
- Reality Alteration: An usual power among ghosts, however, Kibosh manifested this power to a greater extent than ordinary ghosts.
- Unlike most Ghosts who are seen by humans and get scared. Kibosh is feared by all ghosts although he is never seen scaring people even when out in public due to his duty of keeping order of all other ghost to their jobs.
- Kibosh is the only thing that scares the Ghostly Trio, due to him being the king of all ghosts and is the only thing the trio will obey to when he gives orders.
- Kibosh was once a friendly ghost at Casper's age, revealed in Casper's Scare School .
- It turns out that Kibosh is completely unaware that ghosts like him are actually spirits with unfinished business, and that those without unfinished business cross over to the next world. If he learns about it, it is possible that he might reform.
- He was voiced by James Earl Jones in Casper: A Spirit Beginning , and later Colin Murdock in Casper's Haunted Christmas and Kevin Michael Richardson in Casper's Scare School .
- In Casper's Scare School , the prnunciation of his name is changed from kɪˈbɒʃ ("ki-BOSH") in his earlier appearances to ˈkaɪbɒʃ ("KEYE-bosh").
- Kibosh is arguably the most iconic villain in the Casper franchise being that he appears in many incarnations where is in film, television series, and games.
- Kibosh looks similar to "Slimer" the green ghost from Ghostbusters franchise.
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Personality [ ]
Casper stands out from the other monster in the franchise. He is a good ghost who prefers to help people whenever they need it, much to the chagrin of the Ghostly Trio.
History [ ]
Not much is known about how Casper came to be a ghost, or how he did end up with the Ghostly Trio. According to the 1995 feature film Casper, he died when contracted pneumonia from playing out in the cold for too long, but so far, that's the only version there is.
The 1995 feature film Casper , however, revived the notion that Casper was a deceased human and provided a brief account of his death. According to the film, Casper died from pneumonia. The first direct-to-video film to follow the feature, Casper: A Spirited Beginning , showed Casper's early days as a ghost, not showing how he died and ignoring the story provided in the previous film.
In the original Harveytoons animation, Casper has been seen standing next to a grave inscribed with "Casper", that supports the theory he is indeed a ghost. Originally, stories have shown that his visibility is due to wearing a sheet. In the Casper live movie, this is not shown and it is implied that he is naturally visible to humans as a white creature.
He uses physical makeup in a Harveytoons show where Casper takes care of a pair of kittens, it opens with seeing (or not seeing) him scrubbing himself off in the shower, completely invisible. He becomes visible by putting on something like a white cloth that people traditionally use to masquerade as ghosts. This implies that he is naturally invisible and puts this on so that he can be seen and interact with others.
In spite of this, he is apparently still able to move through solid objects without leaving this behind, so he may be able to extend his ability to move through things to other objects.
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Casper- Our Favorite Friendly Ghost
Casper the Friendly Ghost is probably the most famous ghost of all time. At least the most famous animated ghost anyway. We doubt that there is anyone you could mention his name to who wouldn’t have some kind of recollection of this lovable little guy. Even 90’s kids will remember the movie with Cristina Ricci and Devon Sawa (who wasn’t even the voice before he appears in human form, but whatever). Plainly put? Casper the Friendly Ghost is a classic.
The First Haunting
Believe it or not, Casper was actually a book character before entertaining us in cartoon and comic form. First debuting in 1939, Casper appeared in the children’s book The Friendly Ghost . He was created by two fellas, Seymour Reit, and Joe Oriolo. The book itself didn’t get much traction and so when Joe was off fighting in WWII in the 40s, Seymour sold the rights to Paramount Pictures. Casper, our friendly ghost, debuted in 1945 as a seemingly young boy ghost with a New York accent. All he really wanted to do was make some friends but is not always successful, unfortunately. These cartoons sound as if they are pretty dark in material and not the Casper we are familiar with today.
How Did Casper Die?
You can get lost in a plethora of rabbit holes on Reddit with this one. Honestly? It depends on what time period you want to look into. In the beginning cartoons, Casper is shown sitting on his own grave. This means he did have a previous life and was possibly not born a ghost like in the comics of the 70s . At one point, Harvey Comics allegedly said that Casper’s parents were ghosts. However, there is no other talk of this and the only real mention of Casper’s death comes from the 1995 movie we mentioned earlier. In that, Casper seemingly died of pneumonia, saying the words , "It got late, it got dark, it got cold, and I got sick... I remember I didn't go where I was supposed to go. I just stayed behind so my dad wouldn't be lonely." Going by that scene in the movie, where a sled triggers Casper’s memory, it actually just might match up with the fandom theories out there that say he stayed around for his dad.
Our Friendly Ghost
In the late ’90s, Harvey Comics founder, Alfred Harvey, bought the rights to Casper the Friendly Ghost. During that time, Casper could be found haunting some illustrated shorts for Mattel Toys on ABC. Then in 1963, our friendly ghost got his own show. The New Casper Cartoon Show aired and continued to befriend kids until the mid-90s. After the live action movie brought him back into the forefront with kids, FOX created a new Casper series that ran for an additional two years.
Look, there’s a reason Casper is so memorable. He’s a sweet kid who only wants to be your friend. I think that’s something we can all understand, don’t you agree? Forever remembered as a lovable character from many a persons’ childhoods, we should all carry him around with us, letting him know he will always have a friend in us. To keep Casper close to you, check out our Casper gear here .
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