Bill Hader will “never sign anything again” after a disturbing late night encounter with a “Star Wars” fan.
Hader, who voiced BB-8 in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in 2015, revealed in a recent episode of the “Happy, Sad, Confused” podcast that he stopped signing memoirs after seeing a father use his son to get autographs.
Do you know what happened? I used to sign things and then once I saw someone and their kid came over to sign a BB-8 thing and it was three in the morning,” the 44-year-old comedian explained.
“I was leaving the ‘Inside Out’ premiere and then we went to an afterparty and it was too late and this guy kept his kid up all night. [He] It was like, ‘Go over there, get it signed, and I’ll sell it online’.”
“It was like, ‘This sucks,'” Hader added. “So now, I’m just kind of like a blanket, I’m not signing any of this.”
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Not only should people be asking the “Saturday Night Live” graduate to sign their product, but there are also a few questions that people wish people would stay away from.
“You know what’s good when you get new questions,” he told The Post last May.
“‘How did you come up with the idea for the show?’ “When you’re filming Season 3, you say, ‘Google this question and it’s my name.’ I answered that about 50,000 times,” he continued.
The “Barry” actor also prefers to keep questions professional and keeps most of his private life out of the public eye.
Hader started dating actress Ali Wong last year, but the couple broke up shortly after.
Fast forward a few months and the lovebirds have decided to give their love another chance.
Although they’re rarely seen together, the duo was spotted packing PDA last month while celebrating the “Beef” star’s 41st birthday.
Hader was previously linked to “Hart of Dixie” graduate Rachel Bilson and “Pitch Perfect” star Anna Kendrick.