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The video below it’s about Peter Capaldi turning down the role of the Doctor in 1990s. A few days ago Peter Capaldi surprised the fans and Steven Moffat when he revealed that he turned down an audition to play the Doctor in the 1996 TV Movie – a role that ultimately went to Paul McGann. It was supposed to be an America pilot, but that did not worked anyway, and Peter Capaldi did not wanted anything to have with that. But let’s watch…
Michelle Gomez talks about playing a female Master in Doctor Who, and talks about whether she thinks the next Doctor after Peter Capaldi should also be a woman…
In another part of the same interview Michelle Gomez talks about what it’s been like to play Missy / The Master in the most recent Doctor Who series, starring Peter Capaldi… Would you like to see Michelle return as The Master in the next series? She will probably return in the series, sometimes in the future, anyway.
Don’t forget that the DVD of Doctor Who Season 8 is out on the 24th of November!
Santa Klaus has come early in Romania (the elected president is Klaus Iohannis, from the German minority), but we all have to wait one more month (actually 5 weeks or so) until the other Santa Clause meets the Doctor. Let’s watch an exclusive preview of the 2014 Doctor Who Christmas Special, first shown on BBC Children in Need’s Appeal Night. And yes, Clara Oswald is back. For how many episodes I don’t know… but I think we’ll find out soon. And the Doctor seems to be against Santa Claus, or his impersonator, or whoever Nick Frost seems to be.
Let’s Get an Inside Look at season 8 finale, episode 12, Death in Heaven, with exclusive interview with The Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi: with Cybermen on the streets of London and the Missy / Mistress / Master leading them, old friends unite against old enemies, and the Doctor takes to the air in a startling new role.
Can the mighty UNIT contain Missy? As the Doctor faces his greatest challenge, sacrifices must be made before the day is won.
You may know some of these information from the special Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode, but hear this: in a Culture Show special, Matthew Sweet leads us through the amazing legacy of Doctor Who. But just who created the show in the first place?
There’s a revelation in this preview clip from the series’ final episode, Death in Heaven, all the recently dead people stored in the data cloud called Nethersphere can return to their bodies… with an update. A Cybermen update? Let’s wait and watch.
By the way… Do you remember how River Song was updated to the Library, a huge computer, soon after her death? You should consider that…
Arthur Darvill (known as Rory Williams or Rory Pond or Amy’s Rory or the boy who waited) lent his voice to a story for the IKEA Soft Toys For Education Campaign to raise money to support educational projects around the world, run by Save the Children and UNICEF:
For every IKEA soft toy purchased as part of the Soft Toys for Education campaign between 26th October and 27th December 2014, the IKEA Foundation will donate €1 to support these educational projects.
If you have already watched or read about Dark Water you already know some of these, so it’s safe to get an Inside Look (thanks to BBC America) at eleventh episode of series 8 with exclusive interviews with stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman.
“I think it’s probably the first time that we see a companion properly go mad and lose their mind effectively.”
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.
According to David Tennant: ”It’s a bit like being the President. You’re always the Doctor.” There are 12 Doctors, but there were a movie with the war Doctor, so they are… ”aproximately 12”. And, to be more confusing, David Tennant’s father-in-law is the fifth Doctor, so when they are together people calling for the Doctor people are a little confused.
The Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay has regenerated, featuring a new interactive adventure starring Peter Capaldi. The BBC team have sent Luke Spillane along to help the Doctor save the universe. Again.
You can buy tickets for the Doctor Who Experience over here.
This clip from Doctor Who’s series 8, episode 11, Dark Water only raise the most important question from this series until now: who is Missy? Many people tried to give an answer, I give mine only now: I think she’s Jenny, Doctor’s daughter. She is also a Time Lord, she regenerates and probably she can also change her face / body, becoming an entirely new person. The “boyfriend” thing is having fun about David Tennant relationship and then marriage with Georgia Elizabeth Tennant, the actress that played Jenny, Peter Moffett’s daughter. Peter Moffet was better known by his stage name, Peter Davison, the fifth Doctor.
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.
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…
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
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.
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!”
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…”