Well, here we are, the big day—the day, September 8, Star Trek premièred on television fifty years ago. But unlike Doctor Who, there’s no two hour television special reuniting cast members from through the years, no featurettes put together by CBS or Paramount. I guess that’s what Comic Con was supposed to be but at…
The BBC have released a video of the final edition of the 'Eleventh Hour' (aka Nu-Who) panel from the last day of Doctor Who's official 50th Anniversary convention. Hear Matt, Jenna, Moffat and Director Nick Hurran discuss the biggest moments The Day of The Doctor, and look forward to Christmas...
There's a popular joke I've seen floating around on Tumblr for a while now. It goes like this:
On Saturday November 23rd, as Doctor Who celebrated its 50th Birthday, around 8,000 people descended on London's ExCel Convention Centre - with sonics, fezzes and impossibly long scarves in tow - for the BBC's Official Anniversary Convention. And I, camera in hand, was one of them!
The National Gallery, 2013. Elizabethan England, 1562. The Last Great Time War. Time lines, monstrous plans and even Time Lords will clash as The Doctor and Clara face a threat not just to the Earth, but to The Doctor himself. Or should that be... selves? Spoilers, of course, beyond the cut!
It's 5am here in Ol' blighty, but I'm up bright and early to catch a train to London. I've got an appointment with The Doctors!
Still not available in the U.S. version of Google as of the time of this posting, you can play the interactive doodle on the New Zealand Google site: https://www.google.co.nz/
A woman making her way in Televison. An actor tired of the same roles. An outsider with a vision. Chance brings Verity Lambert, William Hartnell and Sydney Newman together in 1963 to create a show no one at the BBC had faith in - a show that defied the odds and became a legend. Spoilers, of course, beyond the cut!
Remember a while ago when the ex-Doctors were spotted 'protesting' outside Television Centre? Turns out they were up to something after all: Peter Davison has penned a 15 minute comedy skit starring the Classic Doctors and some special guests, which will air on the BBC Red Button service Saturday night.
A new interview with a former Time Lord might just have dropped the biggest spoiler-bomb about The Day of The Doctor, just three days before the special is due to air. It's big enough that, although the veracity of the rumour isn't quite 100%, I'm willing to add that there could be a Major Spoiler beyond the cut.
No tin robots, no B.E.Ms - Bug-Eyed Monsters - you know, mutations and death rays, brains in glass jars, that kinda crap. Well, we all know how long that lasted, don't we?
A crashing spaceship. A Pilot in peril. A Doctor's on the way to save the day... but not the one you expected.
The first picture from this weekend's upcoming Doctor Who minisode The Night of the Doctor has been released online - and it might just hint at one of the most bizarre 'reappearances' in Doctor Who history. Wild Speculation beyond the cut!
The answer: John Hurt, 'cos he's standing there like he just don't give a fuck.
Was 40 seconds of The Day of the Doctor earlier today not enough? How about another 70? The BBC are giving out trailers like they're going out of fashion!
Well, despite a blunder late last night, the BBC have finally released the first trailer for the 50th Anniversary special. Even with a PR-ship leakier than the post-iceberg-Titanic, we actually know very little about The Day of The Doctor... so, what can we find out here?
The briefest of snippets from The Day of The Doctor raises plenty of questions...
Hell, it's about time.
A new teaser for Brian Cox's one-off lecture on Doctor Who involves a bit of timey-wimey with a dash of the impossible - What happens when Britain's favourite scientist goes up against Britain's favourite Time Lord?