Be on the lookout, is all we’re saying (Picture: Invision/AP/Lucasfilm/Getty)
Adam Driver has revealed he is definitely one for taking props and costumes from sets of the movies he’s worked on as mementos – and of course he has a lightsaber.
Speaking to BBC Radio 1’s Ali Plumb, he shared: ‘I have lots of stuff. I for sure have a helmet – I have two helmets actually, a lightsaber, I have stuff from The Dead Don’t Die. Every movie I try to take [something].’
Joking about a specific purpose for one of his props, he added: ‘I wear my helmets when I drive, just to confuse people.’
We can imagine that causing quite the double-take for drivers and pedestrians alike, if true.
‘[I took] Gucci shoes, I didn’t take a belt.’
Kylo Ren’s helmet was pretty iconic (Picture: Lucasfilm)
Driver in full Kylo Ren regalia with co-star Domhnall Gleeson in The Force Awakens (Picture: Lucasfilm/Bad Robot/Walt Disney Studios/Kobal/Rex/Shutterstock)
He added: ‘I thought I could pull them off and then when you get back to reality, you’re like, ‘Oh I’m not wearing these.’’
The 38-year-old was open with having collected ‘all sorts of stuff’ over the years.
‘I take a lot of pictures too,’ he said. ‘Sometimes I take things that are on the set, like I have a bunch of stuff from Annette, The Last Duel. I have my machete from The Dead Don’t Die that I killed zombies with. I take all sorts of stuff.’
‘Then I keep them in a room and I just pray to myself as an homage to all the things that I’ve done,’ he laughed.
Adam Driver stars as Maurizio Gucci with Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani in his latest film, House of Gucci (Picture: Fabio Lovino/MGM)
Although it sounds like he has a collection that would make most film fans weep, Driver has previously shared that he will not be rushing back to ‘scary’ Comic Con.
He told The Graham Norton Show: ‘I didn’t like it. I didn’t know the rules. I couldn’t go out for a coffee without a mask in case I was recognised, and when I opened my window there was a band playing the Star Wars theme on repeat.
‘It was scary. And there are 2,000 people who are very devoted – there is a lot of energy.
‘I saw what it was, and I am not anxious to go again.’