More than fifty of Hollywood's most iconic stars arrived at the National Space Centre in Leicester this weekend for two-days of action packed movie nostalgia.
Visitors got up close and personal with, well, lookalikes of their favourite characters from the movies, with all proceeds going to the charities Make-a-wish and Help for Heroes.
Visiters have also been enjoying workshops, movie make-up lessons and talks – including a Q&A with Mark Addy, who starred in A Knight's Tale.
Over 50 characters from some of the world's greatest movies have been at the National Space Centre this weekend, taking part in Movie Mania.
Visiters have also been enjoying workshops, movie make-up lessons and talks – including a Q&A with Mark Addy, who starred in The Full Monty, Game of Thrones and A Knight's Tale.
The Chief executive of the National Space Centre in Leicester, Chas Bishop, says Neil Armstrong was 'probably the most famous man of the 21st Century.'
As flowers continue to be laid at the entrance of the Centre, people inside are being shown a video of Neil Armstrong's mission, in memory of the man who first stepped on the moon.
The 501st UK Garrison will be taking over the National Space Centre to celebrate Star Wars. More than 50 Star Wars characters will be invading the centre to raise money for Help 4 Heroes.