Aaron Rodgers Says His John Wick Costume for Halloween Was 'a Year in the Making'
The reason behind Aaron Rodgers' long hair has been revealed!
In his photo, Rodgers is seen with fake blood on his face and hand while clutching a pitbull in the backseat of a car, nearly matching the first photo he shared of the canine-loving hitman from the trilogy. (Hilariously, Rodgers tagged teammate David Bakhtiari as the dog in his post.)
"Boogeyman," Rodgers captioned his post, referencing Wick's nickname.
Several of Rodgers' fellow Packers — including Marquez Valdes-Scantling, David Bakhtiari and Tom Crabtree — approved of their teammate's costume choice in the comment section.
Arizona Cardinals tight end Zach Ertz called Rodgers' costume "Commitment" — and indeed, it was.
During an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show in September, Rodgers teased that his 2021 Halloween costume "has been a year in the making."
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"I'm not going to give it away," he said at the time. "But he's a hero of mine who has long-ish hair."
Rodgers' previous Halloween costumes prove he's a cinephile. He previously took inspiration from Napoleon Dynamite's Uncle Rico and the title character from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.