McKenzie Westmore will host the All Stars season, while Ve Neill, Glenn Hetrick and Neville Page will serve as judges and Michael Westmore continues as contestant mentor. Special guests this season include director John Landis, writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson, producer Suzanne Todd, director Marcus Nispel and stunt coordinator Jeff Wolfe.
The teams work to create angel and devil characters in the first elimination challenge of the season.
The artists arrive at Mattel headquarters in El Segundo, Cal., where they learn they will be creating film-ready versions of "Monster High" characters in this immunity challenge.
In the second elimination challenge of the season, the All-Star teams work to create beautiful snow queens inspired by a series of unique snowflakes.
The competition takes a monstrous turn as the All-Star teams must create two Jekyll and Hyde-inspired makeups in this elimination challenge for film director and guest judge John Landis.
The teams must create the driver behind Mad Max-esque post apocalyptic vehicle. Oh, about that cliffhanger.
The remaining teams must create life-size puppets inspired by different types of tradesmen.
The remaining teams must create two fantastical creatures who are complete opposites.
The remaining artists form two super teams to create a family of deranged, murderous mutants.
The two teams must create a coven of warlocks or witches at war with each other.
The remaining artists, competing individually, must create an alien delegate for an intergalactic congress.
The final five must create a representation of a Hawaiian god or goddess.
The last four must create a gargoyle inspired by a different style of architecture.
The final three must create animalistic kung-fu masters for an actual fight scene in hopes of being declared the winner in the Season 11 finale.