London Film & Comic-Con is returning for three days of celebrity signings, panel discussions and exclusive previews later this month.
A selection of huge names from TV and film will be meeting fans at the event, which takes place at Olympia London between July 27-29.
100,000 people are expected to attend the event and cosplay fancy dress is definitely encouraged.
The likes of X-Files star David Duchovny, Aquaman actor Jason Momoa and Transformers star Megan Fox will all be appearing at the event.
Duchovny and Fox will both be giving separate talks on the Saturday and Sunday — fans can buy tickets here.
Meanwhile, former Doctor Who actors Christopher Eccleston, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi will be making guest appearances, while Aidan Turner, Val Kilmer, Meat Loaf, James Caan and Steven Seagal will also be in attendance.
Some of the most recognisable faces in TV will be making appearances, including Game of Thrones actors Nathalie Emmanuel, Iwan Rheon, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Rory McCann, Paul Kaye, Vladimir Furdik, Julian Glover, Ellie Kendrick.
Stars of Blackadder Tim McInnerny, Miranda Richardson, Helen Atkinson-Wood and Tony Robinson will be making guest appearances on Saturday, offering fans the chance to pose for group photos.
Dukes of Hazzard stars Tom Wopat, John Schneider and Catherine Bach will be posing for group photos with fans across all three days.
There’ll also be a huge amount of merchandise stalls and exhibitors for fans to take in throughout the weekend.
Adult ticket prices for individual days start from £17. Tickets for specific events, talks, autograph signings and photos will need to be purchased separately.
Source: Standard UK
American actress and model Megan Fox visited the ancient ruins of Troy in the northwestern province of Çanakkale on July 4.
Fox is in Turkey to shoot an episodes for the documentary film, “Myths and Mysteries with Megan Fox.” The episode will feature the Trojan war and be aired on the Travel Channel in the coming months.
She also visited the Bozcaada district of Çanakkale.
Fox was given a briefing on Troy and its mythology by Professor Rüstem Aslan, an academic at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University and the executive board member of the 2018 Year of Troy.
Troy, located on the mounds of Hisarlik overlooking the Turkish Aegean coastal plain, is one of the most famous archeological sites in the world, with its 4,000-year history. Troy has been immortalized by the ancient Greek poet Homer in his mythical epics the “Iliad” and the “Odyssey.”
The site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1988. The Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry has declared 2018 as the Year of Troy to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the event.
Source: Hurriyeydaily News