Judd Apatow revealed that Adam Driver was approached by his Star Wars fans, while the "Silence" actor was filming scenes for "Girls" on the streets of New York.
Driver became a household name when he was cast as Adam Sackler on the HBO show, later bolstering his status by landing a role in Star Wars reprise "The Force Awakens".
He plays the new trilogy's villain Kylo Ren, the wayward son of Han Solo and Princess Leia - and "Girls" producer Apatow said Driver's stardom attracted a lot of attention on his show's set, reported Digital Spy.
"I remember going to the set and I was just amazed that every kid on the street was just staring at Adam and walking up to him with their lightsabers.
"It makes you think - 'oh, there's this great actor we saw a long time ago and now kids are walking up to him like they're walking up to Harrison Ford'," Apatow said.
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