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"It's gonna be amazing."WATCH: Julianne Hough Has Set a Wedding Date, Dishes On Her Ideal Nuptials Julianne will be exchanging vows with her fiancé, hockey star Brooks Laich, in less than two weeks -- and Derek said he's already gearing up to share a toast."I think I will be making a little speech," the 32-year-old dancer admitted."There's always surprises with my family that aren't planned, so there [will be] plenty of surprises."As it so happens, Julianne's wedding is going down on the same day her co-stars, Maks Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd, are set to tie the knot!With Julianne Hough's upcoming wedding fast approaching, the star's older brother and touring dance partner, Derek Hough, says he's getting prepared for his sister's big day."I'm excited!
(Photo by Jason La Veris/Film Magic)BEVERLY HILLS, CA - AUGUST 30: Julianne Hough, engagement ring detail, attends the Television Academy's cocktail reception for the 67th Emmy Award nominees for Outstanding Choreography at Montage Beverly Hills on August 30, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
(Photo by Jason La Veris/Film Magic)BEVERLY HILLS, CA - AUGUST 30: Brooks Laich and Julianne Hough attend the Television Academy's cocktail reception for the 67th Emmy Award nominees for Outstanding Choreography at Montage Beverly Hills on August 30, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
There are no requirements or prerequisites for the course. Lewis Pulsipher Description of the grandiosely-titled World Boardgaming Championships, a 30-some tournament-oriented board and card game convention in Pennsylvania. In the bonus material there's a video of cosplay at the con.
Friendly and relaxed even though many of the players are extremely good at their games. Gen Con in Indianapolis is one of the oldest, and the largest, game/multigenre convention in the world (though Essen Spiel in Germany formerly had that title, and Chi Tag in Chicago, a toy convention, may be larger). And another video will show the con, without commentary, but that one will take a while to edit. Regional game conventions are typically small (200 or less), short (2-3 days).
Cosplay is much less common at smaller conventions.
I'm in the "all about people" camp, and do not understand why people so love to dress up, but they do.But according to Derek, it's not going to cause too much conflict."We have different friends [and] different groups," he explained.PHOTOS: Julianne Hough and her future husband together LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 12: Brooks Laich and Julianne Hough attend the 2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 12, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.Conventions (where people play games, mostly tabletop games) and conferences (where people talk about creating video games) are common and attendance is growing.They vary in size from dozens of attendess to more than 50,000.For some people, games are about story (for others, games are "all math" or "all about people").Gen Con is a story-convention as much as a game convention, so cosplay is common as gamers (and others) try to "live" the stories they love.The next year it will be a different set, as the publishers rarely find that their experience was worth the expense and effort.This is two and a half of the more than six minutes I recorded as the Gen Con 2013 cosplayers paraded past.There are also regional "geek" conventions not primarily about games, but with a game segment.Here I talk about three such conventions in north Florida, Feburary 2016. At big conventions you'll see little booths occupied by newbie publishers, trying to flog their one, or two, or three new games.