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  1. That's crew speak. 'Pushing' and 'pulling' are terms we use for moving queues. It literally means asking people to move up.
  2. They scan from emails too. Nice and quick today and really easy to scan
  3. You will be able to purchase digital copies of photoshoots from the online library about 2 weeks after the event. Crew will not be able to use your camera in a photoshoot to take pictures.
  4. All photoshoots are numbered. This would be more important than ever for Stan who, having had a look around here, has numbers over 1400
  5. You get VQ tickets (which are free) from the signing areas of the guests you want to meet. You then go off and do what you need to do. Tickets are called up in batches eg 1-50, 1-100 etc etc. you can joing the physical queue at the signing area any time after your number has been called. This cuts down the amount of time you physically have to queue.
  6. Photoshoot schedule is usually 7-10 days before the event, to take into account last minute changes. If a map is going to be out out before the show I would imagine it would be out at the same time as the schedule, if not a little bit later. There will be maps up at the show for sure
  7. You can't buy autographs tickets before the event, only photo and entry tickets.
  8. Gethin Anthony - No 8 Pedro Pascal - No 42 Terry Farrell - No 145 Will Tudor - No 14 Finn Jones - No 23 Also getting photos with Lena, Natalie, Milo and Stan Lee :-)
  9. It's usually a couples of weeks before the show
  10. If someone misses a photoshoot then SM do try and get the guest back for those that have missed it. This is not always possible, however, so your best option would be to upgrade on the day if you need to. Without the photo schedule it's hard to say.
  11. It is one ticket per person. If you want to be in the shot too then you will need your own ticket, but you would get 2 photos. The baby wouldn't need a ticket. As for going into the room, you are fine to queue with your husband up to a certain point, but when the queue starts snaking he will have to go through on his own. You wouldn't be allowed in the room without a ticket.
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