Adam Driver likes to take his work home with him – literally.
In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1's Ali Plumb, the Oscar-nominated actor opened up about all the items he took from the sets of "The Force Awakens," "The Last Jedi" and "The Rise of Skywalker," the "Star Wars" films he starred in.
"I have lots of stuff. I for sure have a helmet. I have two helmets actually, a lightsaber," he said, noting that his keepsakes aren't just limited to a galaxy far, far away. "I have stuff from 'The Dead Don't Die.' Every movie I try to take [something.] I wear my helmets when I drive, just to confuse people."
Adam also has a suit of armor from "The Last Duel." Sometimes, though, his on-set souvenirs are more personal.
"Really, I have lots of stuff," he admitted. "I take a lot of pictures too. Sometimes I take things that are on the set, like I have a bunch of stuff from 'Annette,' 'The Last Duel.' I have my machete from 'The Dead Don't Die' that I killed zombies with. I take all sorts of stuff."
From his latest film, "House of Gucci," Adam upped his fashion game after leaving the set.
"Gucci shoes. I didn't take a belt," he said when asked what he took from the film, which stars Lady Gaga. "I thought I could pull them off, but then when you get back to reality, you're like, 'Oh, I'm not wearing these.'"
The real question: what does he do with all the things he keeps?
"I keep them in a room and I just pray to myself as an homage to all the things that I've done," he laughed.