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SFX: a few more photos and stories [Aug. 25th, 2008|09:42 pm]
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Michael signed my "Embrace Zod", already signed by James Marsters. (Now, I just need Terence Stamp...) He read the shirt and laughed, which gave me the nerve to finally talk to him! I love how he always writes "Lex" after his name, as though one might forget who he was...

It's a little blurry, but I like this picture of Michael and Laura. One of the funniest Q & A moments was Laura observing about her microphone "I've been holding this too close to my mouth..." Immediately, she realized she'd set herself up for a joke. Everyone looked at Michael, sensing imminent innuendo, but he just sat there grinning like a cheshire cat!

Elegant profile...

From BeatrixKiddoe at TWoP: "I went to the Toronto FanExpo yesterday and, since I knew Michael Rosenbaum was going to be there, I decided to wear my Glarkware "Clex Appeal" shirt. When I went up to meet him he looked at my shirt, smiled and then said "Clex Appeal, that's awesome!". I figured that he probably wouldn't even notice it, so I couldn't believe it when that was the first thing he said."

(I saw Beatrix in the autograph line and coveted that shirt!)

A bit of live-blogging from the Con from shallowesque : "Michael Rosenbaum just totally walked up and fanboyed Alex Ross. It was adorable."

Aw! I'd have like to have seen that!

And in conclusion....Smiley!

[User Picture]From: tasabian
2008-08-27 02:03 am (UTC)
I remember watching that part of the vid where Laura makes that comment about holding the mic too close....and I looked at Michael, thinking for sure he'd make some joke about it. Probably good he didn't, if LV's parents were there....but that impish look on his face was so funny.
He was being a good boy!

That shirt is so cool, especially since it gave Michael a laugh and you a chance to talk to him!
The shirt functioned as a combination security blanket and ice breaker!

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