Hollywood actor Christopher Lambert revealed he feels like an adopted Scot as he took part in the Glasgow Film and Comic Con.
The Highlander star posed for photographs and signed autographs at the event, held at intu Braehead.
He said: “After appearing in Highlander with Sean Connery I feel like an adopted Scot. I just love coming to Scotland and it’s great to be back.
“When we were on set, Sean would talk about Scotland all the time and he even taught me how to speak like a real Scot.”
Thousands of people from all over the country – and from galaxies far, far, away – joined in the event, which continues today (Sunday).
Many fans were dressed in the costumes of their favourite sci-fi characters and they certainly caught the attention of shoppers in and around the malls.
They also flocked to hundreds of stalls set up in The Arena to snap up movie memorabilia and sought-after rare comics.
Marketing manager for intu Braehead, David Lyon, said: “We welcome everyone to intu Braehead – even Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers.
“We look forward to the Film and Comic Con event coming to intu Braehead every year, as it makes for a fantastic spectacle with the fans dressed in amazing costumes.
“You just never know who you’re going to bump into when you’re out in the malls.”
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