Most Iconic Movie Masks of All Time

Guy Fawkes Mask (V for Vendetta)

The white mask has become a symbol of a group of hackers and online anarchists hiding under the name Anonymous. It’s so-called Guy Fawkes’ mask – an English Catholic who, on November 5, 1605, carried out an unsuccessful attempt on the building of the British parliament. The mask has become famous thanks to the comic “V for Vendetta” and the movie with the same title.

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Jason’s Hockey Mask (Friday the 13th series)

Jason Voorhees is a horror character from the series Friday, the thirteenth. To this day, Jason appeared in twelve feature films, numerous documentaries, but what is most amazing (because the intention of the creators of the first part of his saga was not to exist as a separate film character) – became an icon of pop culture – his person was often parodied, appeared as an ironic character in many series (such as the Simpsons), even comics were made about Jason.

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Darth Vader’s Mask (Star Wars)

Darth Vader, the villain behind the terrifying mask and armor, has become one of the most iconic figures of pop culture. Lord Vader’s helm went through the final badass product we know today. And yes, it kept him alive, but it did not mean it could not look sweet.

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