I remember about a week ago, my co-writer and friend, Lindsay Fultz, wrote an article here on Bit Rebels called Twitter Mentions Are The New You’ve Got Mail & Celebrity Autograph. I laughed so hard when I read it because she hit the nail on the head with that one. Even though sometimes we want to play it all cool, on the inside, we completely freak out when we get a tweet from a celebrity, right?
As a matter of fact, my friend Debbie and I even went on to giggle about how when that happens, we spend thirty minutes composing the perfect tweet to send back. We check to be sure our commas are all the right place and that we’ve spelled everything correctly. Of course, Murphy’s Law usually bonks us on the head when we realize later that we typed “your” instead of “you’re” or something dumb like that. It’s all so silly really.
Around a week ago, I got a tweet from @Daniel_Logan. He sent it to two dear friends of mine and me. The reason this tweet was so special is because Daniel Logan played Boba Fett in Star Wars! You know I’m one of the biggest Star Wars fans on the planet, and when I saw this tweet, I immediately started freaking out. After dancing around my desk at least ten times, I immediately hit my DM to share the news with all my Star Wars geek friends. I then tweeted that getting a tweet from Boba Fett was better than getting a tweet from President Obama.
Of course, for social proof, I took a screencap of the tweet (like all of us do, right?) and placed it below for you. I know, I’m a little nuts. It all got me thinking about some of our other favorite characters in movies and television shows where the actors and actresses have their faces covered so we can never really tell who they are. I thought it would be fun to share with you in this post some famous characters and the actors and actresses inside the suits. Enjoy!
Image Credit: [thaeger]