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Esquire Q&A: Charles Ross

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The May issue of the men's magazine Esquire interviews one serious fan who created The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy, asking about his experiences running into "Star Wars desciples."

Charles Ross: In Toronto a couple of years ago, I had this couple in the audience in costume along with another guy. There was Han Solo, Princess Leia, and Boba Fett. And they all had their guns and stuff. Turns out they had just come from their Star Wars-themed wedding. The groom was Boba Fett.


Mike Thomas conducted the interview for Esquire, which continues on page 36 of the issue now at newsstands.


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