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QUENTIN TARANTINO I’ll Sign Your Stuff, Paps … BUT AFTER THAT, SO LONG & GTFOH!!!

Quentin Tarantino will do the line-of-autographs thing, but don’t push your luck … ’cause he’s got no problem telling you to screw off and to never bother him again. All love though.The acclaimed director — who’s clearly still riding out the high of winning big at the Golden Globes this past weekend with “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” — was making his way out of a hotel Wednesday in NYC … and was met with a crush of paps and Hancock hounds.

Several Superstars to appear at Autograph Show of Texas during Royal Rumble Weekend

On Royal Rumble Weekend, the WWE Universe may have the chance to fulfill Superstars Charlotte Aptitude, Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton and Sasha Banks on the Fiterman Sports activities Autograph Present of Texas.

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For as long as there’s been pen and paper, autographs have been sought after. Throngs of people gathered outside glitzy film premieres or theatre side doors in the hopes of getting the John Hancock of their idols. It was a given that if you were a celebrity it just came with the job. At some point though, the monetisation of autographs began. Dealers crept amongst the fans trying to get as many signatures as possible so they could flog them at auctions and on eBay. Celebrities became a little more cautious. In fact, Steve Martin, when asked for an autograph, would famously hand out business cards that read: “This certifies that you have had a personal encounter with me and that you found me warm, polite, intelligent and funny.”

‘May I have a selfie?’

Multiple celebrities have spoken about their preference of autographs over selfies. Emilia Clarke, the ‘Game of Thrones’ actor being one of them. She said that a fan recently came to her asking for a selfie while she was having a panic attack; the en…

Sam Heughan clarifies incident with fan at New Orleans convention

UPDATED: Sam Heughan tweeted there was “no harm” and that a video with a female fan “was all taken out of context” during Saturday’s Wizard World convention in New Orleans.

Daisy Ridley freaked out by creepy New York fan

Daisy Ridley needed therapy after a scary encounter with a fan, who followed her to her hotel after chasing the actress through the streets of New York.The Star Wars favourite was in the Big Apple in 2017 with her mother and sister when she noticed someone was following them, so she dropped her companions off and returned to her hotel for safety – but the guy followed the star into the lobby

LOS ANGELES, CA – DECEMBER 09: Actor Mark Hamill (L) and Daisy Ridley at Star Wars: The Last Jedi Premiere at The Shrine Auditorium on December 9, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for for Disney) *** Local Caption *** Mark Hamill; Daisy Ridley

Jane Fonda Says Police Officer Asked Gloria Steinem for Autograph While Detained

“There was Gloria in handcuffs signing the Constitution,” the actress and climate-change activist recalled while visiting ‘The Late Show’ on Monday.

SIGN, KELLY, SIGN: HOW MIKE “KING” KELLY BECAME AN EARLY AUTOGRAPH TARGET

We don’t really know when someone first decided to give people nicknames or when someone decided it would be a good hobby to collect postage stamps. But we’re pretty sure we know where the cultural phenomenon of pursuing autographs began. It was in the late 1880s, and the sought after celebrity was one Mike “King” Kelly, of the National League’s Boston Beaneaters. Kelly was baseball’s first matinee idol, the “king” of the game, the inspiration for books, art, song and stage appearances. We might add that he was the game’s first superstar, but the term – and the term “matinee…

Dodgers FanFest 2020 Guide: Tips of What To Expect And Bring

The 2020 FanFest at Dodger Stadium is on January 25, 2020. I’m sure most of our readers have heard of it and many have gone in the past. I didn’t go until the 2016 season, and even then, I didn’t arrive until later in the day. Each time I’ve gone it has been a blast and each time I go I learn more about things to do. I will share what I’ve learned about FanFast and how you might be convinced to go or learn something useful for this year.

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