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  1. Lets face it it could near enough be anyone that would be realistic at a con like this, I'm not reading too much into the whole way the graphics are laid out or indeed the wording because it could be a red herring to throw perceptive peeps off the trail. I'd be really happy if Adam Hughes was the big guest, but, alas a geek can dream :)
  2. I'm really surprised that no one else has commented on this thread about how wonderful a guest announcement this is, admittedly being a child of the eighties I grew up watching and enjoyed watching Spitting Image and its always nice to meet those wonderful people behind or indeed under those #Latex creations and for so long Jessicas name would be at the end of the credits on Spitting Image. There was at one point I did watch doctor who and the most memorable moment was the end sequence where Jessica scared the bejeesus out of me LOLZ! Finally, now, there is a wonderfully decent guest who will now see me want to attend to meet am really looking forward to this brilliant opportunity :)
  3. A TRUE headlining guest if ever there was one, and at a very cheap price as well, will be a true honour to meet such an iconic legend. IMO Stuntpeople are the unsung heroes.
  4. Mr. McDiarmid will be going on the Star Wars blu.
  5. Its not often one is winded and in temporary shock when they hear of a passing... This happened a few moments ago when I heard the VERY sad and tragic news of a chap, a gentleman and someone whom I addressed directly to his face a few years back at LFCC as: "A National Treasure." There are no words to describe how so many of us must be feeling right now Ironically I was only watching "1984" a few days ago and because of recent OTHER events it just has much more prominence now Dearest John, Rest In Peace Sir, Thank you for everything. Thoughts go out to his Family, Friends, work colleagues and legions of fans everywhere. "DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER!"
  6. Can a mod change the title of my post to: Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds are together now RIP There are no wordsm, absolutely no words
  7. As if this last week hasn't been horrid enough - now dearly departed Princess Fishers Mom, Debbie has been rushed to hospital following a possible stroke Really praying and sending the best to her- hasnt her family suffered enough this week?
  8. Am numb with shock and tears streming down my face - cant believe it, this has hit us all hard There are noo words As I said on twitter earlier: In tears here :'( @carrieffisher we #Love you and will continue to do so. The Force will be with #CarrieFisher always #StarWars
  9. Sometime back I heard that they were going to be remaking old sitcoms, and practically had palpitations when I heard they were going to be doing a one off episode of Till Death Us Do Part, I was worried about who they'd get to be in the lead role, that of Alf Garnett and was so hoping that it wouldn't be the wrong choice. Last night on BBC Four the VERY CAPABLE Simon (most know him from The Fast Show) Day undertook the role of Alf Garnett, and straight from the get go I realised that this was by FAR the best choice, Simons look, the voice, the mannerisms, everything was just so spot on and without a doubt he did my Family proud- I certainly know my Grandma would have been happy with this. I'm really glad that Simon Day did Warren and the role of Alf SO much justice- and yes, I have publicly thanked Simon for this. :)
  10. I'm in tears here, 83. My thoughts go out to his Family and Friends at tjhis very sad time
  11. I heard Bruce Willis is a total jerk when he's not being filmed........ Bruce Willis is one of those names that is synonymous with being funny with signing, I've heard a great deal said about his signing habits and his collaboration with Kevin Smith is legendary- Smith is certainly not a fan. I heard a lot stuff said up to and including the day of the RED premiere which was held at the Southbank if I recall, this was in 2010, we were up the top by the stairs waiting for Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis to come up which they did they stopped for some promo pics and we were given the "He'll do some press then come back to you." it just so happened that the area where we were wasn't that crowded and so we could move position with ease there weren't many people there at all, and so we moved to opposite the press... And then Bruce came over to us with the proviso that he would sign one each, he did the frickin line!!!! He signed my Pulp Fiction steelbook and certainly was happy with that- still am. Not sure how he is these days with signing though.
  12. Kenny and Rusty at Empire (Showmasters) Day back in 2012 - they both brought down the house during their hysterical talk- it was Kenny who stole the show :)
  13. Its kinda hit me hard, this one, first met Kenny in 2007 and was a real pleasure to have met him again in 2010 and subsequent years since, all who met him met a wonderful guy who's personality shone onscreen - yep this is a tough pill to swallow at the moment. My thoughts go out to his Family, Friends and those within the Industry for this very sad loss RIP Kenny.
  14. Ahhh, the "D" word, I have no time for dealers and these parasites are ruining it/in so many cases, HAVE ruined it for Fans. Was in 2011 I had the honour of meeting Mr. Oz briefly at the Stage Door, there was just me and another chap, at that point he came in the front way, a few days previous I had bought the Star Wars bluray and he was good enough to sign it/personalise, he also signed my Muppet Show Book and Season 2 & 3 DVD, he personalised all four items, was very kind to me even to the point of worrying about the ink rubbing off one of my dvds, he agreed to pose for a pic as well - it was one of the greatest moments in my life. Fast forward a week or so later when nightmares started surfacing about dealers shoving piles and piles of 10x8s under his nose, a good friend of mine whom only had Little Shop of Horrors on her for him to sign missed out - a FAN missed out due to the dealers. At the Larry Crowne prem later that year (I as a fan very much was looking forward to Mr. Hanks signing my Big DVD) he turned up didnt sign where I was and people around me started booing him, you dont boo someone just because they dont sign for you, nor do you boo someone who turns up late to an event it just smacks of inconsideration. Have seen stars in their cars being chased down streets by flipping dealers, and its not a pleasant site to see. I think the worst case of the damage the dealers do was something a good friend told to me a few weeks back, she is a very respectful, sweet, well mannered, thoroughly polite young lady who had gone to the Star Trek prem, Chris Pine wouldnt sign for her as he foolishly mistook her for being a dealer so clearly due to the actions of dealers a FAN missed out. As ​MURPH ​has stated Gillian Anderson was called an unmentionable word, this I heard of, as I also heard that Alex Kingston was also called that a few years back - seriously, what is wrong with these people? Yep, ​IEEERR I​ recently experienced the "BLEEPING FANS" comment when waiting for a very well known actor from a dealer- I had a ticket to see this actors show and very much appreciate what hes brought to the small/then big screen. If I recall there were a ton of dealers at LFCC 2014 and they'd all got Stan Lee before us FANS - many missed out due to them. But no, I'm no fan of dealers I never have been and never will be
  15. I first started coming to these events in 2010 and attended, almost, albeit religiously, met a number of awesome people who I otherwise most probably wouldnt have met, this year I was only interested in Michelle Gomez for Green Wing and Rachael Stott, was half tempted to go for the Beverly Hills Cop peeps. But a few weeks back I spent a crazy amount of money on an actor whom I needed to complete a bluray for me, I feel that it was at that point when I more or less decided that within the short space of time that I've met those who've InSpired me in one way or another that I've met all who I've wanted to meet - although would be nice to get Stephen King to sign my Carrie novel at one point but I doubt that'll happen, so yep with the crazy money I'd spent previously I relooked at LFCC and why would I be going? I doubt I'll get the rest of the Green Wing cast on my boxset - plus I did happen to meet Michelle a few years ago. ANd in all the years that I've done LFCC this will be the first year that I didnt go.