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    General Chat

    And what about the topic on Diamond Passes that seems to have disappeared?
  2. I thought he was a really good Bond villain! That said, there has been more than one article where you get the impression he doesn't hold it up as one of his crowning achievements in his career. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/jamesbond/9719323/Maggie-Smiths-son-Toby-Stephens-says-he-cant-face-appearing-in-another-James-Bond-film.html I do wonder what it's like for these guests who are so well known for something like Bond (and it was indeed Bond items everyone around me was having signed when I was in the queue), and have to sign all that stuff, when they'd rather be remembered for their other work? I got my Gustav Graves pic signed but at the photoshoot I mentioned that I enjoyed him in Jane Eyre and he seemed genuinely happy about that.
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    Tv and movie guest suggestions

    Yaphet Kotto Kurt Russell John Carpenter Judi Dench Sean Bean Jane Seymour Denise Richards Timothy Dalton Dan Castellaneta Michael Caine
  4. Was gutted when he cancelled last summer but was so glad I finally got to meet Toby yesterday. I’d heard anecdotes he did not seem to enjoy himself when he did a LFCC back around when Die Another Day came out, but hey, he decided to come to this one? I got the impression these shows aren’t really his kind of thing and didn’t look 100% at ease but I thought he was really good. Was pleasant and courteous to everyone at the signing table, took his time and did not give you a rushed feeling. He kindly added a long quote to my Bond picture. Did poses with people in the photoshoot. Really great guest.
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    Latest Guest Announcement - PETER MAYHEW

    Have heard that Mayhew was in better spirits yesterday than is usual sometimes which was nice to hear. Also he was refusing to sign in bulk for dealers (except for the send-in service for Showmasters). *In fact a dealer got thrown out for this for claiming he’d arranged a ‘private signing’ with Mayhew and tried to get to him without organisers’ permission. Great to see Mayhew so determined to see fans only, and for Showmasters doing something about it.
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    Post ya Photos..

    I’ve seen the same message on a couple of photos from Warner but can’t make it out - what has he written underneath “To Ray”?
  7. Stopped to speak with John yesterday, very pleasant man and great artwork - will be arranging a commission with him shortly.
  8. Grossly underestimated how busy George would be yesterday. Figured he’d be busy but I didn’t think I’d need a diamond pass. I did get my auto and photo ok though but he was stuck on diamond passes for autos until midday or so. Can’t imagine how insane the crowds would have been to see him had he attended LFCC Summer. Good for him though, he was a great Bond and OHMSS is a classic. I said to him I wished he’d done more Bond films (I’m sure he does too) and he looked a little sad, but I said On Her Majesty’s was great and so was he. Very pleasant and professional guy both at the signing table and in the photoshoot and was there signing from 9am. Kindly gave dedications for everyone, from what I saw, added “Thank you” and “007”. He made the effort to interact also. My friend got to him early with a DP and George happily inscribed his request of “This never happened to the other fella” to a photo of the pre-credits scene where he spoke the line and breaks the fourth wall. They put a stop to quotes a couple of hours later because he was a slow (careful) signer but great that he did some, and my friend as THRILLED. Sadly George donned some big Jack Nicholson style sunglasses by the time I got to him about 20mins into his photoshoot (he wasn’t wearing them at the start), but if that’s what was needed to avoid a migraine etc. then needs must. Someone I’ve wanted to meet for a LONG time and VERY glad I finally did.
  9. Brilliant. Met him yesterday - my first ever Doctor Who guest after years of going to these things. Seemed a lovely unassuming man, he looked happy when I told him he was my favourite back in the day when I watch his episodes as a kid.
  10. Epic guest. Guest announcements like this take me back to conversations Showmasters started on here over 4 years ago asking if fans where indeed prepared to pay more for the bigger and rarer names that always get asked for, then Showmasters would start booking them. Carlyle is clearly one of this new breed of guest we would never have seen booked in the 'old' days. Yes, price is on the higher side but what an actor! I am huge Bond fan and will not miss this chance to meet him.
  11. Have been trying to meet Dance again since LFCC 2012! He is a phenomenal actor, great in everything he is in, and I am always glad to see his convention prices have remained reasonable for fans over the years, despite joining franchises like Game of Thrones. Hoping he does not cancel on this show.
  12. Have been wanting to meet Lazenby for years. Have not seen him at a UK convention in 10 years+ Great to see Showmasters could snag him. A really impressive announcement, and a nice surprise too compared to the usual - we don't get enough James Bond guests if you ask me. He was a good Bond and OHMSS is one of the best of the series. I'm a huge Bond fan and will be meeting him for sure. I reckon his talk will be an interesting one, he seems quite candid in interviews.
  13. So glad that Toby will be attending after he couldn't make LFCC Summer last year. Great actor, and great Bond villain.
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    LFCC 2018: Highs and Lows

    I've heard a few people on here complain of Duchovny's demeanor at the show and wondered on what day those people met him. I had a Diamond Pass and met him first at his Saturday AM photoshoot: he was all smiles, giving handshakes and enthusiastic greetings to everyone. In fact it stood out to me that rather than facing the photographer, as nearly all guests do, he was facing the line of the people coming to meet him: he gave a proper greeting with eye contact etc. From the photos I have seen, he looked more chipper on the Saturday than Sunday. I managed to have a quick few words with him about something as well which never happens at photoshoots in my experience. When I went for his autograph early afternoon, it was very much the conveyor belt experience but that felt more down to his management than him. He was still polite and amenable over colour of pens/personalisations for the multiple photos I had bought him to sign. He even had a laugh over what he thought my name was when reading it off the ticket wrong due to my poor handwriting. Of the talk, people said he seemed annoyed but to be honest, I did't really get that. Yes there were some daft questions but that is par for the course. I think he is just quite dry and deadpan. He was often said to be 'underplaying it' as Mulder when the show was current. I think it's just a matter of him not being the Mr. Jazz-Hands convention pleaser some are used to. It would be great if every guest did a Capaldi for the fans but that's never going to be the case. On balance I was happy with my interactions with him but had I only met him for an autograph I might have had a less rounded view of him over the day.
  15. I mainly know him for Jurassic Park so wasn't desperate for his autograph, so for the first time in 10 years of convention going, opted for a photoshoot only because I couldn't miss this rare chance to meet him. Saw him at 6:40 on Saturday evening, one of the last few to see him after he had blasted through the hundreds before. There were maybe 3 other people there and it was so relaxed compared to the usual conveyor belt experience with the huge guests. I wasn't expecting much given it was the end of a long day but hee was very polite with his greeting, a handshake and a how are you which I answered and reciprocated. When the photo was done I said that I enjoyed him in 'Sirens', he looked surprised, gave me a sincere "thank you," paused, and with a grin said I was the only person to say that to him all day. A brief but nice meet.
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