Phone addicts at Hallowe'en: Is this what we have become?
The New Yorker's front cover for its latest issue will show an illustration of parents accompanying kids as they trick or treat on the street.
The interesting element though, isn't the illustration style or the recording of something millions of families do at Hallowe'en, it is the fact that while the children ask at the doors of houses for sweets, the adults are buried in their phones.
The latest edition of the New Yorker will be out on the 2 November, with no hint as to what the cover story will be about.
But it's a good question? Will this be you at the weekend? Let us know in the comments