jael001

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  1. We saw it in 3D on Friday and I think I preferred it in 2D. I found the 3D distracting and unnecessary for most of it and had the same "depth of field" issues as Raylenth mentioned.
  2. Saw it tonight in 2D and will see it again in 3D on Friday (hopefully). Amazing movie, awesome special effects and loved every minute of it.
  3. He was definitely there on Sunday afternoon as I got his autograph then. I dont recall exactly what time it was but it was definitely after 2.30. Also when my daughter and I were going to leave around 5.00ish we saw him walking past us so he was definitely there in the afternoon.
  4. Bring a portable charger, that's what we did, I think it's a bit much to expect to be able to have charging stations available these days when you can pick up a portable charger for a few £s at Primark or just about anywhere else.
  5. I've been attending LFCC since the one at Wembley Convention Centre (the first one?) and I think this has been my favourite so far. I didn't meet a huge amount of guests due to my own financial restrictions, but I really enjoyed yesterday, it was totally stress-free. The photoshoots I had all started bang on time, the queuing was organised efficiently and there was plenty of room to move. I enjoyed actually being able to see the stalls properly and my daughter bought lots of stuff. There were no queues for food or even the loos for the first time ever. Every crew member we encountered was happy and helpful and the general space made the whole event feel so much more fun. Everyone I bumped into commented on how much better it all was compared to last year. Oh and my photoshoot with Jeremy Renner was worth every penny I paid, that man is amazing and gives great hugs. I only booked 1 day this year as last year I felt so claustrophobic and unwell at times but if the event is like this in future I will go back to booking the full weekend again. Oh and I forgot to comment about the queuing in the hall to get in. So much better than in previous years with us snaking around the building. We got there about an hour before opening and when the doors opened at 9.00 we were inside within 2 minutes, no messing about, so much quicker and easier.
  6. oh no, Sean Maher's been moved to 9.30 in the morning on Sunday with only 1 shoot. I'm going to have trouble getting there early enough as the London Overground doesn't run at that time of the morning and the Northern Line will be shut from round here and it's going to be a long and awkward journey as it is
  7. Please be Zach McGowan, I'm sure his character from The 100 would fit as he's the king of the Ice Nation and the show is hot!
  8. Acting is their job, attending conventions is not their job. It's an extra thing they do outside of their job so they can meet their fans. I'm quite sure none of the current working actors need the money that desperately that conventions bring in. Out of work actors do, but those that are most likely to cancel do not. Therefore if their actual job needs them last minute for reshoots etc, that has got to be their priority. I've been doing conventions for about 12 years now and I don't think I've been to a single event that's not had cancellations. It's just the nature of the convention business.
  9. I believe David's on holiday so you'll have to do without his witty clues for a bit :)
  10. Fantastic, photoshoots booked for my daughter and I :)
  11. Sometimes that's down to their agents or managers, who've decided that they want to maximise the revenue from photoshoots rather than allowing their client to do photos for free at the table.
  12. Of course they still have to rent the building on Thursday, do you imagine they set up on the same day the event starts? It takes days to set up the convention, they will be paying for several days prior to the event, they're not saving money on the rent.
  13. I was once on a tube home from LFCC with some guys dressed as Ghostbusters with the packs on their backs. Some other passengers started to get quite concerned until I explained about the costumes. I guess if you have no idea who the person is supposed to be it could look ominous.
  14. some of those above cancelled though, so not all have actually been so far.
  15. If you mean Richart, he's no longer producing those as far as I'm aware. I'm not sure if there's anyone else doing them now.