What Boba Fett means to him, 36 years later
Not a day goes by without people emailing saying, "We have a convention, Mr. Bulloch, in Glasgow. We'd like you to come along and present." That makes you feel proud. You go, "Oh, they're going to choose me! Oh, that's nice." I think I'm a very lucky person, in that I was asked to do the part and I fit. I always say, "Look, I fit the outfit!" They didn't have to start cutting things and sewing things up. And if they're not going to see your face -- which I thought was awful, I was hoping I was going to be seen -- but as they don't see my face, well, it could be anybody, so that's fine. I'm lucky.
But the mask was important
I don't think you should ever see his face. You see him as a youngster, but later on, you shouldn't really see his face because it's that lovely thing, you don't know what's going to happen. He keeps moving forward slowly, what's going to happen? And just to keep that sort of tension is far better.