It’s not too late to watch the preview of tonight episode, right? The Doctor has reached his destination but there is something quite different about this version of London.
It’s not too late to watch the preview of tonight episode, right? The Doctor has reached his destination but there is something quite different about this version of London.
Holly Black, best-selling author of The Spiderwick Chronicles (with Tony DiTerlizzi), Doll Bones and The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, explains her love of Doctor Who and the inspirations and ideas behind her new brand new story, Lights Out, for the Twelfth Doctor.
In this book the Doctor sets out in search of a cup of coffee and ends up investigating a series of murders… in the dark. This book is available now (order it here for the price £1.99) for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer.
Once home to the greatest civilisation in the Universe, Gallifrey remains lost following the devastating events of the Great Time War. You can find out more here. You should remember that the Gallifrey Museum isn’t actually real; it’s part of the brand new adventure at the Doctor Who Experience.
Doctor Clara. Doctor Clara Oswald. It does not sound bad at all, right? Especially that it fits perfectly the character and the direction she was heading lately. It’s not something new, and in the previous episodes (especially Kill the Moon) she only got prepared for the last night adventure. If the Doctor’s behaviour from the episode Kill the Moon puzzled you, well, Clara’s behaviour from Flatline will amaze you: she not only gets the psychic paper and the sonic screwdriver because the Doctor gets trapped into the TARDIS whos exterior dimensions have shrinked, but she stats behaving just like the Time Lord. About the lies she keeps telling the Doctor and Danny I am not saying anything, but you already know that the Doctor is lying, right?
So, the people started disappearing: when they were in town, when they were inside their homes, or inside a closed room and without possibilities to get out unnoticed. And when they left something behind, most of the times the remains were so insignificant they were unnoticed or they did not look human. And the Doctor and Clara get to Bristol, some distance from their destination (120 miles / 200 km) just to descover with some surprise that something weird was happening around them. Even the TARDIS’ dimension was pratical infinit (you know, the name is an acronim for Time and Relative Dimension in Space and it’s bigger on the inside: she has a pool, a huge library, some acres of space and a real Sun trapped inside), the exterior dimensions start shrinking fast: first it became a smaller blue box, hardly having enough space for a person, and it became a small little blue box you can put inside your bag. And Clara did exactly that for an important part of the episode: she traveled with TARDIS inside her bag, talking to the Doctor and getting out from the TARDIS what she has needed: a psychic paper or a sonic screwdriver, a sledge hammer and a device to shift objects between 2D and 3D.
The reason for Doctor’s headaches and people disappearing are the Bansky, a new type of monsters that proves to be something to be scared of: they come from a different Univers, a bidimensional ones (it means it only has 2 dimensions) and they are trying to get into a tridimensional Universe. The one occupied by the Doctor, Clara and the teams of workers she met when she wondered around trying to find out more information about what was happening, and the train traveling near them in the tunnel. First they were in the walls and in the floor, making people bidimensional, at first, then objects (as couches, handles, an entire train). The gifted graffity artist Rigsy proves to be a real help in solving the mystery and then saving the world, but you’ll have to find out yourselves how. You have to remember Doctor’s basic idea: use the power of your enemy against themselves. Now I can tell you that the episode is excellent, full with humor (including Doctor’s jiggle) and references to another movies (the train has the signal code A113, Pixar’s fans know all about that, and the hand from Adams family movies is already legendary). Missy appears again, proud by her choice (about Clara). She has good reasons why: she saved the Doctor and with his help she saved the world. Again,
Director Douglas Mackinnon, writer Jamie Mathieson, producer Nikki Wilson, executive producers Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat. Cast: Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), John Cummins (Roscoe), Jessica Hayles (PC Forrest), Joivan Wade (Rigsy), Christopher Fairbank (Fenton), Matt Bardock (Al), Raj Bajaj (George), James Quinn (Bill), Michelle Gomez (Missy).
Next time on Doctor Who series 8 it’s In the Forest of the Night, the tenth episode written by Frank Cottrell Boyce: one morning, in every city and town in the world, the human race wakes up to face the most surprising invasion yet.Everywhere, in every land, a forest has grown overnight and taken back the Earth and the land the humans have taken from millenia. It doesn’t take the Doctor long to discover that the final days of humanity have arrived… And we’ll watch Danny Pink and some kids in action, in the middle of a future London.
Something is leeching local dimensions (roughly north wes/t), leaving the Doctor trapped inside the TARDIS. It’s up to Clara to investigate an enemy exists beyond human perception… With the TARDIS getting smaller with every second, we can hardly wait for the next episode…
As you already know, the Doctor discovers a new menace from another dimension and Clara has to take action.
Behind the Scenes footage of Series 8 Episode 9 “Flatline”. Belongs to BBC America.
The cover for issue #479 of Doctor Who Magazine has been revealed. The mag previews the final four episodes of Series 8: is there life after death? The Doctor makes a shocking discovery! You can preview this year’s amazing final story in the pages of this DWM issue. And you can also will see the stabilisers fall off for Danny Pink (Samuel Anderson). You have some interviews with Paul McGann, “Kill the moon” writer Peter Harness and 1960s producer Derrick Sherwin.
DWM #479 is on sale Thursday 23 October 2014, priced £4.99.
Get an Inside Look at last episode broadcast by BBC, “Mummy on the Orient Express” with an Exclusive Interview with star Peter Capaldi.
“I would have been quite happy to knock about in that train — there was a bar and a singer… So everything is very glamorous, and there is a hint of the ’20s in the whole thing…”
The first number of The Twelfth Doctor Titan Comic will be releases just a few days from now. Whovian, get them!
Offering shocks, surprises, and galaxy-shaking revelations, seasoned TARDIS pilot Robbie Morrison (Drowntown, The Authority, 2000AD, Nikolai Dante) and New York Times-bestselling artist Dave Taylor (Batman: Death by Design; 2000AD) mark the start of their first five-issue run by diving headfirst into the console room and pulling all the levers they can – spinning the new Doctor off to his most challenging destination yet!
Freshly regenerated and with a new head full of unanswered questions, the Doctor (as played by Peter Capaldi) whisks Clara Oswald (as played by Jenna Coleman) away to a strange and distant world.
Clara thought she was in for an evening of marking essays on the Metaphysical Poets, followed by going out on a date – or at least trying to. You know, normal stuff.
Instead, she’s facing down exotic flora and fauna in her best dress, backing up the Doctor on a trek through traumatically alien undergrowth – and she doesn’t even know what the Doctor is searching for, or what will try to kill them should they find it!
New Face! New Doctor! New Beginning! Get in on the ground floor of this amazing ongoing series!
Writer: Robbie Morrison
Artist: Dave Taylor
Cover Artist: Alice X Zhang
Publisher: Titan Comics
Format: 32pp, FC
Release Date: October 15, 2014
After the fight from the last episode I thought that Clara will take a break of an episode or two, especially that trailers did not included her and nor the sneak peek, and Ellis George (Courtney Woods) might have been at Doctor’s disposal if she was needed for another adventure. But no, the character took a break that laste a few weeks, between episodes, and now she embarked into the train Orient Express, in a voyage through the space between galaxies with the Doctor. With all the problems they had to solve and the fight from Kill the Moon. And the new adventure was like the rest: a creature was stalking the people from the train, killing them in 66 second from the moment they were looking at the mummy.
Don’t be very surprised if Clara looks very different than usual, the previous episodes: she’s wearing clothes in the style of the 1920’s, about the same style the interior of the train traveling through extraterestrial space looks like. At least in the beginning: the railways were through hyperspace, the train was engineered to travel through space, but in the interior they tried to recreate the original style. The Doctor got some invitation to travel with the Orient Express a while ago (He has tried to entice me here before. Free tickets… mysterious summons… he even phoned the Tardis once. Do you know how difficult a number…), but in that moment he kind ignored them – he was too busy with Amy and Rory’s wedding. The moment of the visit (in the usual style, not using the railway station and embarking as the other travelers, but with the TARDIS straight in the luggage carriage) came only when he took Clara with him. They wanted to be a separation travel, a quite one and without incidends… but that’s exactly what did not happen: people started dying in a very strange way, killed by a mummy that only they could see. In the beginning there were attacked only the old and the sick, after that the healty were following. And the worst part was that you could not run away from the mummy, you could not hid and you could not strike a bargain with it. Even if some stories said there was a special word that stopped the mummy in some ocasions, without naming it. It was the Doctor’s job to find it.
Clara and the Doctor tries to find out some answers, separately, and she get trapped into a compartment in luggage carriage along another young women, the first victim’s granddaughter, and the sarchophagus in which Gus, the computer controlling the train Orient Express, wanted to catch the mummy in order to study it further. Understanding the phenomenom, capturing and studying the mummy are the reasons Gus gathered a series of professors and doctor, experts in several domains, in one single place. And he did it for a long time: it was not the first travel with the train it was planning, and it pursued the Doctor to join several centuries before.
And when he finally did that, he also solved the problem, retrieving the technology that put the mummy in motion for over 5,000 years. The good part is that the Doctor and Clara saved again the day (during this day the Doctor had to do some difficult choices, knowing that he could not help all the people around him)… and saved a part of the travelers. Gus destroyed the train Orient Express. You will have to descover yourselves how they did it… all I can tell you right now is that, at least for the moment, the Time Lord and his companion solved their problems from the previous episode.
Director Paul Wilmshurst, writer Jamie Mathieson, producer Peter Bennett, executive producer Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat. Cast: Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Frank Skinner (Perkins), David Bamber (Captain Quell), John Sessions (Gus), Daisy Beaumont (Maisie), Janet Henfrey (Mrs Pitt), Christopher Villiers (Prof Moorhouse), Foxes (Singer), Jamie Hill (Foretold).
The next episode of the series 8 is Flatline, written by Jamie Mathieson: separated from the Doctor, Clara discovers a new menace from another dimension. But how do you hide when even the walls are no protection? With people to save and the Doctor trapped, Clara comes up against an enemy that exists beyond human perception.
In this epuside the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and maybe Clara (Jenna Coleman) are on the most beautiful train in history, speeding among the stars of the future. But a deadly creature is stalking the passengers: once you see the horrifying Mummy, you only have 66 seconds to live. No exceptions, no reprieve.
Karen Gillan made a surprise not long ago by talking with a perfect American accent and with no track of her native Scottish accent. She explains her new accent to Jimmy Kimmel while talking about her new sitcom Selfie.
You know, right?, that Karen Gillan moved from Great Britain to the US to film in Alabama after her great exit from Doctor Who she. She talks about that.
Jimmy Kimmel serves as host and executive producer of Emmy nominated “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” ABC’s late-night talk show.
Are you my Mummy? Remeber, right? :
This week, Peter Capaldi and (maybe, but I don’t count on ther) Jenna Coleman are on the most beautiful train in history, speeding among the stars of the future. But a deadly creature is stalking the passengers. Once you see the horrifying Mummy, you only have 66 seconds to live. No exceptions, no reprieve. As the Doctor races against the clock we see him at his deadliest and most ruthless. Will he work out how to defeat the Mummy? Start the clock!
With special guest stars Foxes, Frank Skinner and David Bamber.
“There were many trains to take the name Orient Express, but only one in Space!”
This is the Official TV Trailer.
Get an Inside Look at episode 7, Kill The Moon, with an BBC America exclusive interview with Peter Capaldi.
“But unfortunately those kind of skills, y’know motor, muscular skills, are things that I’m not very good at. I thought, I’m never gonna know how to do this, to work a yoyo, it’s going to look disastrous…”
Why killing the Moon? Only the living creatures, as vegetal, animal and alien reign can be killed, right? And then, why Kill the Moon, Earth’s natural satellite? Is this related with the strange spider creatures, with jaws like the Predator that can be noticed in the trailer and the preview of this episode? Or is this related with the theories that you (probably) have heard about that said that the Moon is hollow on the inside, just like an egg.
On the other hand, the Doctor have not treat Clara very well lately, in the last few tricks, after Matt Smith‘s regeneration into Peter Capaldi: he got estranged, treating her with superiority and cold, in some degrees. That got to a fight during last night episode: Clara exploded, nervous, and she got to say some things into his face about the troubles she had lately. Getting everyone’s attentions, of course, and the Doctor’s also (Tell me what you knew, Doctor, or I’ll smack you so hard you’ll regenerate. is just brilliant). But their story is not over, at least not yet (there were some rumours about Clara’s departure not long from now). And if the rumours were right, well, at least we will understand why. Probably.
Anyway, I can’t blame the Doctor for his reaction from the episode Kill the Moon. However, the episode begins with Clara’s ask for help in the message send for the human kind from the planet Earth: in the year 2049 the people had to choose between a life of an innocent creature and their future. Courtney Woods (played by Ellis George) returns into the TARDIS and the Doctor’s life. He has to get her to the Moon, to be the first women (girl) to step on it’s surface in order to show her how special she is. But they don’t get exactly to the surface of the Moon, they get to a NASA shuttle that was just landcrashing to the surface, somewhere not far away from a Mexican mining station, deserted because its inhabitants have been massacred. A space shuttle fulled with nuclear bombs prepared to destroy the aliens that “messed up” the gravity of the satellite, increasing it several times. And the effects to nearby Earth were disastruos. Lundvik (Hermione Norris) was leading some astronauts with a simple mission: to blow up the Moon, clearing the effect threatening their future. But the astronauts are getting killed one by one, everyone but Lundvik, by some spider-like creatures with jaws that reminded me about the aliens from the Predator series. However, these creature are not the most important thing to worry about, despite their great number and their ferocity: the Moon really was alive. Like a chicken inside an egg, but alien. And it was preparing to get out. So, Clara, Courtney and Lundvik had to take their hardest decision: to detonate the nukes, killing the innocent creature before it was born (in order to save the lives below, from the surface of the planet, whos future was threatened by the Moon rocks crashing as meteorites) or to let the nature to follow its course, hoping that nature will find a way to save them all.
Clara has a very unpleasant surprise: the Doctor choose not to involve in choosing the right decision. It was their planet, humans’, their satellite, they were the only ones to make that decision. A thing that would seem strange to many people, after so many times the Time Lord has changed their history, after so many people he has saved and helped around the Universe. But, at least this time, I can not blame him: it’s an attitude very similar with the one he had during the negotiations Amelia Pond and the silurians took part (Cold Blood, series 5, episode 9). And, eventually, it does not matter how many times the Time Lord helped the humans or how much he resembles them: he is an alien from other planet.
You will have to watch the episode to find out more, and what kind of decision they take. Maybe you’ll tell me if you think the Clara’s and the Doctor’s decisions were right. On the other side, am I the only person who find a resemblance between Lundvik and Adelaide Brooke, played by Lindsay Duncan in the episode The waters of Mars? Probably the two characters have no connection: the Mars landing and colony happen only 10 years later (the year 2059).
Director Paul Wilmshurst, written by Peter Harness, producer Peter Bennett, executive producers Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat. Cast: Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Ellis George (Courtney Woods), Hermione Norris (Lundvik), Tony Osoba (Duke), Phil Nice (Henry), Christopher Dane (McKean).
Next episode of series 8 it’s Mummy on the Orient Express, and it was written by Jamie Mathieson.The Doctor is on the most beautiful train in history, Orient Express, in space, speeding among the stars of the future. But a deadly creature is stalking the passengers: once you see the horrifying Mummy you only have 66 seconds to live. No exceptions, no reprieve. As the Doctor races against the clock he’s seen at his deadliest and most ruthless. Will he work out how to defeat the Mummy? Start the clock!
A new series and the debut of a new Doctor – they say they’re going in a darker direction this time. Here’s what a trailer might have looked like back in 1974 / 1975, a shot for shot remake.
Are you ready? Today is Doctor Who day, with the mission Kill the Moon… Let’s watch a short clip from the seventh episode of Doctor Who Series 8, written by Peter Harness.
In the near future, the Doctor and Clara find themselves on a space shuttle making a suicide mission to the Moon. Crash-landing on the lunar surface, they find a mining base full of corpses, vicious spider-like creatures poised to attack, and a terrible dilemma. When Clara turns to the Doctor for help, she gets the shock of her life.
After Danny met the Doctor as the Caretaker, this week, in the near future, the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) find themselves on a space shuttle making a suicide mission to the moon.
Crash-landing on the lunar surface, they find a mining base full of corpses, vicious spider-like creatures poised to attack, and a terrible dilemma. But when Clara turns to the Doctor for help, she gets the shock of her life. With special guest star Hermione Norris (MI-5, Wire in the Blood).
“Hello, Earth! We have a terrible decision to make: an innocent life versus the future of all mankind…”
“Whatever future humanity might have, depends on the choice that is made right here, right now.
Peter Capaldi and Hollywood star Denzel Washington are comparing their finger injuries in the all new Season Premiere of The Graham Norton Show. Peter Capaldi broke his finger while filming for the Musketeers series (as Cardinal Richelieu) and Denzel Washington had some problems with his finger after playing for some years American football.
Plus: Gemma Arterton and musical guest George Ezra.
Peter Capaldi was invited a few days ago on The Graham Norton Show, he chats about having to keep being cast as the Twelfth Doctor a secret.
If you would live two parallel lives, but very different, would you like them to meet each other? How people around you would react when they would find out the the person they thought to know does other things they had no idea about, things so amazing they could hardly believe they were true? Amalia (Amy) Pond and Rory Williams’ friends started asking themselves why they were getting old so fast, completely unwit that in the few minutes in the next room they had lived a few months of adventures in time and space with the Doctor, the last of the Time Lords alive (meanwhile that story changed also, but that’s another story). The the sixth episode of the 8 series the moment Danny Pink meets the Doctor arrived, with the initial shock (and what a shock it was!) and the following scandal.
After a period of adventures in time and space with the Doctor and dates with Danny Pink Clara takes a break from her double life in order to dedicate a dew days to school and her boyfriend. The Doctor asked her that: he had a special mission, undercover, and he had to infiltrate alone, with no outside help. A Skovox Blitzer, one of the most formidable military killing machine, was on Earth, and the Doctor wanted to send it into a distant future where (probably) it could do no damage. If the killing machine would hid any other place other than near Coal Hill highschool from East London, where Clara and Danny were teachers, the story would be very different, and Clara would not be so surprised and worried about the Doctor’s appearance as caretaker, temporary hired in the school. The Time Lord’s plane were blown away by suspicious Danny, whos’ instincts put him on caretaker’s tracks because we was behaving a little strange. And the three of them found themselves in an empty room, disarranged by the attack of the robot and the time vortex that sent him away.
Some would say that the motive Danny and the Doctor does not put up with each other is their great resemblance: Danny is the common soldier, the footman that gets you out from the line of the fire, while the Doctor is the aristocrat, the officer with the “lighter” (but the Doctor’s sonic screwdriver have a lot of other use) that starts the fire. Maybe this is the reason the Time Lord does not like the military: they remind him too much about his decisions in the past, some very unpleasant, and his own behavior, or the training in the Academy. But I’ll let you discover yourselves how the trio Doctor-Clara-Danny succeeds in solving their problems (at least for now) and the way they succeed in eliminating the Skovox Blitzer. The episode contains romance and love story, fun, but also fire arms.
Is the Doctor preparing to replace Clara? Even if Courtney’s travel in the TARDIS was very short (at least from the viewer point of view), she was surely wanting for more travels through time and space. Missy appears again in this episode, even if only passing by (less than you may expect from the previous episodes). Her helps, anyway, work hard welcoming the victims from Doctor’s life in the Nethersphere, or Heaven, or call it how you want.
Writer Gareth Roberts and Steven Moffat, director Paul Murphy, producer Nikki Wilson, executive producers Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat. Cast: Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Ellis George (Courtney Woods), Edward Harrison (Adrian), Nigel Betts (Mr Armitage), Andy Gillies (CSO Matthew), Nanya Campbell (Noah), Joshua Warner-Campbell (Yashe), Oliver Barry-Brook (Kelvin), Ramone Morgan (Tobias), Winston Ellis (Mr Woods), Gracy Goldman (Mrs Woods), Diana Katis (Mrs Christopholou), Jimmy Vee (Skovox Blitzer), Chris Addison (Seb).
The next episode on Doctor Who is Kill the Moon, the seventh episode of series 8, written by Peter Harness. In the near future the Doctor and Clara find themselves on a space shuttle making a suicide mission to the Moon. They crash-landed on the lunar surface and they find a mining base full of corpses, vicious spider-like creatures poised to attack, and a terrible dilemma. When Clara turns to the Doctor for help, she gets the shock of her life.
Back to Coal Hill highschool! Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat introduce The Caretaker.
The undercover Doctor tells Clara that nobody is safe… But everyone will be safe if she will let him do his part. And yes, there are aliens in the highschool: HE!
Being the Doctor is a furfiled dream for Peter Capaldi, but that’s not exactly easy for him: hear from the Twelfth Doctor about the hardest part of being the last of the Time Lords, what makes his character different from the past incarnations – and why coming to work on Doctor Who is always a pleasure.
“It’s terrifying and easy. Some days it’s very terrifying because you’re playing this iconic character that people love and you’ve got to deliver it. You’re making Doctor Who. Who doesn’t want to get up in the morning and come and work on Doctor Who. You’d be crazy not to.”
The terrifying Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity – but worse, and any second now, Danny Pink and the Doctor are going to meet. Danny’s reaction is… just expected.
Tell me, if you would rob a bank for the super rich people, the most secured bank in the galaxy, and you would have a TARDIS availabe (or any other time machine), what would you do? Which steps would you follow in order to get to owner’s personal vault, the most protected room in the bank? In which moment would you act in order to have the greatest chance to succed? Remember that it’s not just a bank heist, it’s the time heist, and you can pick any moment in time!
If I succeded in making you think and to imagine things (imagination is very good!) then that’s great. Even you have already watched this episode of Doctor Who’s series 8. You may say that the action from Time Heist is as you expected to be, but it’s much worse than the previous episode: I expected something better from the Doctor and his companions. It’s the first time the Doctor robs a bank, the episode should be great, but, somehow, does not meet my expectations even if the actor’s interpretation is good.
When Clara is preparing for a date with Danny Pink the Doctor’s pursue to convince her to travel with him somewhere else seems to be unsuccesful. Until the moment the Time Lord gets a call through the TARDIS on a phone number very few people knew. And the next image, without any tranzition, show us the Doctor, Clara and two other companions in a dark room, without remembering how they got there and why, because of the memory worms holding in their hands. The new guys were the hacker / augmented man Psi and the shapeshifter / mutant woman Saibra. All they knew is that they had to break into the most secured bank in the galaxy and to get some artefacts, the Architect offered some detailed information how to do that, plus some stimulents on the road, and that they were already inside! And their survival depended on how well they furfilled their task and getting out.
And their story begins: they had to stand against the guards of the bank and their boss, and the Teller as well: an alien creature looking as the Greek Minotaur, but with psychic powers that allowed him to feel guilt and to erase the guilty man’s brains, transforming them into a “soup”. The story of the time / temporal / bank heist is not as good as expected, but it becomes a love story, and a freedom story from jail and oblivion. Do you remember what I told you in the article about the previous episode? The time is circular, and sometime the effect of an action can precede the cause that put in motion the gears to obtain the effect. And you have to find out yourselves who are the lovers in this episode and what’s the identity of the Architect.
Writers Steve Thompson and Steven Moffat, director Douglas Mackinnon, producer Peter Bennett, executive producer Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat. Cast: Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara), Jonathan Bailey (Psi), Pippa Bennett-Warner (Saibra), Keeley Hawes (Ms Delphox), Mark Ebulue (Guard), Trevor Sellers (Mr Porrima), Junior Laniyan (Suited Customer), Ross Mullan (The Teller).
The next episode is The Caretaker, whos story is writtern by Garth Roberts and Steven Moffat. The action is at Coal Hill highschool. where Clara Oswald and Danny Pink are teachers: when terrible events are threathening the highschool and people inside, and the terrifying Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity the Doctor decides to go undercover, as the caretaker. How do you think the Doctor and Danny will react when they’ll meet and find out about each other, the most important men in Clara’s life?
Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat introduce Time Heist.
A sneak peek: The Doctor & Clara prepare to rob the bank.
“We’re actually gonna do it, rob the bank?”
“I don’t think we have a choice. We’ve already agreed to.”
In “Time Heist” The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) turns bank robber when he is given a task he cannot refuse: steal from the most dangerous bank in the cosmos. With the help of a beautiful shape-shifter and cyber-augmented gamer, the Doctor and Clara (Jenna Coleman) must fight their way past deadly security and come face to face with the fearsome Teller, a creature of terrifying power that can detect guilt…
Who is the terrifying Teller?
When celebrities run into their fans, they get everything from “You’re famous . . . who are you again?” to being called the completely wrong name. Or they think you are Sherlock Holmes, the detective from Doctor Who. Of course, you should be Benedict Cumberbatch and very annoyed to be told that… “I’m not even going to begin to explain how wrong that is…”
Vanity Fair has released a video compiling a ton of famous actors explaining the most bizarre reactions they’ve had when meeting fans. Some of the fan responses stars including Eddie Redmayne, Steve Carell and Reese Witherspoon have received go from the hilarious and factually incorrect to the downright rude.
If these reactions were all correct, Jennifer Connelly would be Demi Moore and Elizabeth Bank’s appearance in 40 Year Year Old Virgin would be her crowning moment. Keira Knightley has it bad with the awkward “aren’t you Anne Hathaway?” question. Jake Gyllenhaal’s selfie-obsessed fans said that they “don’t want to talk to you, we just want a picture with you.”
The cover for issue #478 of Doctor Who Magazine has been revealed. The magazine is previewing episodes 5-8 of Series 8 saying that “we’ll see just how alien this new Doctor is” and teasing “Can we rely on the Doctor to save us this time?”.
It also contains an interview: Frank Skinner joins the Doctor! “I’ll sacrifice watching England to watch Doctor Who”.
DWM #478 is on sale Thursday 18 September 2014, priced £4.99.
Meet Samuel Anderson, the actor behind Danny Pink, Clara’s new date and Doctor’s companion, in this BBC America Exclusive Interview, and discover how he found out he’d landed the role and why texting with Jenna Coleman is the greatest!