Every celebrity is going all out for their Halloween costumes this year.

Last Halloween, LeBron James dressed as Jason from the "Friday the 13th" movie. This year, he is channeling his inner Johnny Depp.

Last Thursday, the 34-year-old Los Angeles Lakers superstar took to Instagram to post his Halloween costume, which is him dressed up as "Edward Scissorhands." The ensemble featured a full leather bodysuit made up of several belts, a curly black wig, and of course, the Scissorhands gloves.

The Lakers All-Star is no stranger to dressing up for this festive season. Becoming "LeDward Scissorhands" is on another level.

"Edward Scissorhands" is a movie directed by Tim Burton.

Along with over 2 million likes and a hundred thousand comments from fans, LeBron was pleased.

A fan wrote, "OMG, I didn't know who LeBron was couldn't recognize him!!"

Another fan commented, "He always has a good costume idea."

However, not everyone liked his costume, with some poking fun at his costume choice. A fan wrote, "Boy, you look like an Oompa Loompa on Bad Hair Day!"

Some of LeBron's recent costumes include Prince, Pennywise the Clown, and Jerome Rome for "Martin.

LeBron's wife, Savannah, also transformed into Medusa. Her dress was custom-made by former "Project Runway" contestant, Michael Costello. He is one of the top designers in the U.S. right now.

Her makeup was done by YouTube superstar Alex Faction, who is an expert in recreating Hollywood movie characters.

The couple's props -- headgear and scissor hands -- were from Ellimacs SFX.

LeBron James might be wearing one of the best costumes for Halloween this year, but how are the Lakers doing this 2019-2020 season?

As of recently, the Lakers won three of their first four games, and LeBron has been phenomenal. In the four games he has played in, he averaged 23.3 points with 6.3 rebounds and 9.5 assists per game.

He is also getting a lot of help from the newly acquired Anthony Davis, who is putting up 28.8 points, 12.5 rebounds and three blocks.

Right now, LeBron is involved in showbusiness, currently working on the movie, "Space Jam 2." It is reported that the film will hit theaters in July 2021.

LeBron tweeted last summer: "Man, this really just hit me! I'm really shooting Space Jam 2! This is so surreal and doesn't even make sense to me! Where I come from man and what I saw growing, this doesn't add up to me! I'm genuinely grateful and beyond blessed. This is CRAZINESS."