One of the main attractions of the event, however, was the public itself. Probably about one third was dressed up as characters from movies, games or comics. Their pictures are not LEGO-related, but be sure to check out with some of the cosplayers. How often do you get to see people dressed up as members of the Ghostbusters looking at LEGO versions of their favourite characters or get to discuss some of the more obscure Star Wars vehicles with a fan in a Stormtrooper outfit?
It’s rare to hear stories about U.S. citizens moving to Mexico for work, but that’s exactly what happened to Bo Johnson. Ever since the release of the latest “Star Wars” movie, friends and strangers have commented on his resemblance to John Boyega, the actor who played Finn. Using this to his advantage, Bo was able to find work as an impersonator in Las Vegas, wearing Finn’s iconic stormtrooper uniform. Before committing to a full time job as an impersonator, Johnson decided to visit Mexico City for a year so he could take in the culture and work on his Spanish. On the suggestion of a friend, Bo brought his stormtrooper outfit with him, a decision that has paid off well for the 28-year-old out of Chicago.
Your basic stormtrooper outfit, not the cheap generic kind of foam but the hard plastic kind. full suit. gun is a light up kids toy spray painted black.
STORMTROOPER outfits have helped the company behind the MorphCostumes fancy dress brand lift turnover beyond £15 million in its latest accounts.