Bondathon: Bond in Motion (Cars of Spectre)

Back in July 2014 I first went to the Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum in Covent Garden. You can read about it here. But after completing my Bondathon and eventually catching up with a lot of the films I decided to take another trip to the Film Museum on Wednesday. They had also added the Cars of Spectre to it along with some of the costumes, so I decided that another trip would be a very good idea.

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Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Review

The Empire has a newly established base and really want to control the entire galaxy. With Luke Skywalker starting to find out his potential as he follows Obi-Wan’s advise to find Master Yoda to train him, while this is happening Princess Leia and Han Solo are being pursued by Darth Vader.

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Stage Door – Adeel Akhtar

As I was watching A Christmas Carol I really thought I recognise that actor, it was doing my head in to what he was out of (I’d lost my programme and hadn’t even given it a look at all before hand). So it wasn’t until after that I found out he was actually Smee in that awful Pan film that was out this year! Maybe it was best that I didn’t remember which film I had remembered him from recently in that case haha.

He was really good signing autographs and taking photos at the stage door though!

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Stage Door – Jim Broadbent

I had a bit of a nightmare on Wednesday that when I went to watch A Christmas Carol I left the programme I bought in the toilets! So I did not have it to get signed at the stage door. So I had to get my ticket signed instead.

To make it all more disappointing Jim Broadbent said no photos, which I was really surprised about as had seen quite a few on twitter with fans at the stage door. Must have caught him on an off day?

London Premiere – Star Wars: The Force Awakens

On Wednesday I just so happened to have a trip down to London planned to see A Christmas Carol. This had been planned since the end of September and I had no idea that it was going to be on the same day as the European Premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I have never been the biggest Star Wars fan (although that has started to change). But I was still very excited about it going on in Leicester Square at the same time I was going to be down. Luckily I was tweeting about it on the train heading into London and someone told me wristbands were being handed out inside the Odeon until 12pm. That was rather good timing as my train got in about 11am.

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