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Been meaning to start a thread on this for years and never have for some reason. Big fan of both the original (what I've seen/remember of it...) and the rebooted series.

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Old 04-06-2012, 08:34 AM   #316
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Doctor Who series 7 latest news round-up

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The latest titbits regarding the next series of Doctor Who, all in one place!

Published on Apr 6, 2012


There are some well-known spoilers for the upcoming series in this article. We figure you know what they are, but also that we should warn you, just in case.

Production continues, as it will for some time, on the seventh season of Doctor Who since its revival back in 2005. And a few more details about the new series run have popped up this week.

Firstly, we now know that it's the first episode of the series, the one being penned by Steven Moffat, that will feature the Daleks. Lots of Daleks, in fact, from every era of the show. It sounds like a fine way to kick of what’s going to be the 50th birthday season, and we’re promised explosions, too. Always welcome.

The first half of the series has also fallen into shape. A lot of this is known, but one or two gaps have been filled in.

Episodes two and four, then, are the ones penned by Chris Chibnall. The first of the two, the one that includes Mark Williams, Rupert Graves and David Bradley in its cast, was apparently filmed partly at Bad Wolf Bay, so make of that what will.

It’s already well known that episode three has been penned by Toby Whithouse, and will take the Doctor to the wild west (albeit filmed in Spain).

Episode five, meanwhile, is one where we see the return of the Weeping Angels. Steven Moffat has written this one, and it’ll be the farewell episode for Rory and Amy. It’s been revealed at the recent Doctor Who Convention that some of the filming for this one will be taking place in New York (although the episode is currently shooting in Cardiff).

The Christmas special will be episode six, which is where new companion Jenna-Louise Colemen will come in. And then we understand the plan is for the show to carry on uninterrupted into 2013.

Blogtor Who also reports that River Song is set to make an appearance in the series somewhere along the line.

There are still lots of gaps to fill in, as you might expect, but as we find out more, we’ll let you know…

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Amy And Rory’s Last Doctor Who Episode – Pictures, Video, Interesting New Details
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Written on April 6, 2012 by Brendon Connelly in Film, TV

Filming is underway in Cardiff for the fifth episode in next year’s Doctor Who, the one that Moffat has declared to be the final episode for Amy and Rory. Shooting will soon move to New York, where the episode is set, and it seems that even the Cardiff shooting is for Big Apple scenes.

Beyond this point, things might be a little bit spoilery. But not much.

We already know that the episode is to feature Weeping Angels. Loads of jokes have been made about the Statue of Liberty being a giant Weeping Angel, and I’ve even had two e-mails from strangers telling me that this really is the case but neither responded to further enquiries and I reckon they’re just trying it on. I guess we’ll have to wait and find out.

There’s definitely plenty of smaller Weeping Angels to be seen. These pics come from the flickr account of one Alun Vega.

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The Statue of Liberty as a giant weeping angel is a wonderfully bizarre idea.
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Hmm, Amy/Rory...
Spoiler!

Not sure how I feel about that.
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Hmm, Amy/Rory...
Spoiler!

Not sure how I feel about that.
Seems out of character considering the whole Roman soldier thing.
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It seems like more unnecessary soap opera drama, which has been one of my qualms with amy and rory all along.
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Seems out of character considering the whole Roman soldier thing.
Would think it would have to do with Amy and all the stuff she went through being kidnapped and her child taken.
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Would think it would have to do with Amy and all the stuff she went through being kidnapped and her child taken.
True, and I've always thought that Amy had trouble being faithful (emotionally & physically) with boring Rory. I've always thought they were a questionable pairing, so this doesn't surprise me.

Yeah, the soap opera stuff between them will have me cheering their exit. Get on with young outlaw girl, I say. Wouldn't mind seeing Jack & Jenny return- the return of Bad Wolf Bay has me puzzled.
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Several nominations for DW in the Hugo short presentation category:

Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form)

"The Doctor's Wife" (Doctor Who), written by Neil Gaiman; directed by Richard Clark (BBC Wales)
"The Drink Tank's Hugo Acceptance Speech," Christopher J Garcia and James Bacon (Renovation)
"The Girl Who Waited" (Doctor Who), written by Tom MacRae; directed by Nick Hurran (BBC Wales)
"A Good Man Goes to War" (Doctor Who), written by Steven Moffat; directed by Peter Hoar (BBC Wales)
"Remedial Chaos Theory" (Community), written by Dan Harmon and Chris McKenna; directed by Jeff Melman (NBC)


My vote out of the Who episodes would be The Doctor's Wife, but my vote in general would probably go to Community.
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Is this the final kiss? Doctor Who stars Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill lock lips in their final few scenes together with Matt Smith in New York

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PUBLISHED: 11:52 EST, 11 April 2012 | UPDATED: 03:40 EST, 12 April 2012

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As the end draws near for two of the most popular characters in Doctor Who, the cast and crew assembled in New York to begin filming their final scenes.

Karen Gillan, who plays Amy Pond, and Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory Williams, were seen in Central Park today running through their lines and sharing a kiss for what may be their last intimate moment as Doctor Who's companions.

Leading actor Matt Smith, who plays the 11th incarnation of the Doctor, said last week that the departure of Amy Pond and Rory Williams would be 'incredible', and that looks to be exactly the case
The storyline for the departure of married couple Rory and Amy is still unknown but it looks set to be an emotional send-off.
In one scene, we see a disgusted looking Doctor watch as Amy and Rory share a lingering kiss in the middle of the park, as the trio enjoy a picnic together.

The production company has spared no expense for the episode and decided to film near the Duck Pond in Central Park instead of just shooting in a studio in England.

Matt, 29, looked great as the time traveller and sported slicked back hair with a side parting and wore his trademark bow-tie with a tweed blazer.
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Is this the final kiss? Doctor Who stars Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill lock lips in their final few scenes together with Matt Smith in New York

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As the end draws near for two of the most popular characters in Doctor Who, the cast and crew assembled in New York to begin filming their final scenes.

Karen Gillan, who plays Amy Pond, and Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory Williams, were seen in Central Park today running through their lines and sharing a kiss for what may be their last intimate moment as Doctor Who's companions.

Leading actor Matt Smith, who plays the 11th incarnation of the Doctor, said last week that the departure of Amy Pond and Rory Williams would be 'incredible', and that looks to be exactly the case
The storyline for the departure of married couple Rory and Amy is still unknown but it looks set to be an emotional send-off.
In one scene, we see a disgusted looking Doctor watch as Amy and Rory share a lingering kiss in the middle of the park, as the trio enjoy a picnic together.

The production company has spared no expense for the episode and decided to film near the Duck Pond in Central Park instead of just shooting in a studio in England.

Matt, 29, looked great as the time traveller and sported slicked back hair with a side parting and wore his trademark bow-tie with a tweed blazer.
Not sure I like the new look. Someone who thinks a fez is cool and wears a bow tie because bow ties are cool, should not be trying to look like a 50s rocker.
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Doctors 300x225 Q&A with ‘Doctor Who’ stars: The five DoctorsOver the weekend Neela Debnath attended the Collectormania convention in Milton Keynes where five of the actors who played the Doctor were present. Colin Baker, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Paul McGann and Sylvester McCoy answered questions from fans about their time on the show and returning for the 50th anniversary.

Would you be interested in coming back next year for the 50th anniversary?

Tom Baker: Well, if they ask me nicely or I could see what they wanted me to do I would consider it because I think the fans have been so good to me, they expect me at least to make an appearance so of course I would consider that. If it was something witty but I would want to know what the detail of the scene was or what I was supposed to do. I just don’t want to be paraded through as some shagged out old icon of the last century. It’s too much of a source of happiness. I was never really happy until I became Doctor Who. At the same time although, it’s the loveliest job I ever had, it essentially killed my career stone dead because I suddenly realised I liked being Doctor Who more than anything that had ever happened to me. So when I went to play Macbeth the audience wanted me to play Macbeth in the style of Doctor Who and naturally I did. Afterwards a critic said ‘I had no idea how nice Macbeth was’. So I realised then that the people coming to see me – people like you – didn’t want to see me playing Jack the Ripper or whatever it was. So when I went to Ireland to play Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty in the same play, they were absolutely baffled because they were absolutely interchangeable, my reason being the same person, really. So that was another failure, a glorious failure.

COLIN BAKER, PETER DAVISON, PAUL MCGANN AND SYLVESTER MCCOY ENTER THE ROOM

Do you actually like jelly babies?

TB: I hate jelly babies but at the time it was such a joke. And a joke that worked, you work it to death and finally you grow to hate it.

There were liquorice allsorts in some of the episodes.

TB: Well, sometimes I used to get very mixed up in the script and I didn’t know a jelly baby from a liquorice allsort.

TB: [ADDRESSING THE OTHER ACTORS] They’re a bit shy.

Colin Baker: We were waiting outside we didn’t know it had started.

Paul McGann: They’re all looking at us through lenses. People just don’t use their eyes anymore.

Is this the first time you’ve all been together on stage?

TB: Yes

CB: Yes

Sylvester McCoy: Yes

Peter Davison: Yes

PM: Yes

Have you actually met each other before?

A RESOUNDING YES ALL AROUND

TB: We had a photographing session together, that was epic.

SM: That was splendid

PD: We had a robot taking photographs of us

TB: What did he keep saying? Kiss me, sir, next.

SM: Something about noise

TB: Sometimes I meet lovely fans who are feeling quite affectionate and I respond to affection like the next dog. I pull my arm back and starting reading a palm because I like reading palms, and they say to me ‘get a move on, Tom’. So the fans don’t get a chance to know us.

SM: No

TB: They don’t get a chance. It’s terribly sad. I think they should do it for twice the money and a quarter of the numbers.

CB: Or ten times the money and a tenth of the numbers.

TB: Ten times the money and we could do it on Skype.

We’ve heard that Tom would be interested in coming back for the 50th anniversary, would the rest of you?

CB: No

SM: Yes.

CB: No

SM: Oh, all the fans will hate you.

CB: I think hate is a powerful emotion. Get some hate going and when you’re somebody nice, a little bit nice, they like you again.

TB: I think it would depend. I said I’m not automatically in, if the BBC ring me up, naturally of course I get very suspicious. Even if you say ‘BBC’, I think ‘allo, ‘allo dodgy. But if they ring me up and ask me if I want to take part, I would want to know what they would want me to do.

CB: Exactly

What did you think of the Doctor’s outfits?

TB: What do you mean? I just wore my ordinary clothes – that’s how I got the part. I just turned up – he’s got his own costume.

CB: I got the part because of the hat. I went to the BBC, it was a sunny day, one of the very few. I went along to see the producer and he said ‘ooo…I’d like that hat in Doctor Who’. Well, I said ‘I go with the hat’ and got the job.

PM: Did anyone else get a say in your costume?

CB: Well, I was asked what kind of costume I wanted and the description I gave was almost exactly what Christopher Eccleston ended up wearing. It struck me that someone who wants to pass unnoticed and achieve the odd thing here and there wouldn’t go around drawing attention to himself, so the darker the better. And they said that’s a very good idea, however… they produced my costume. The only joy about that is that I was on the inside looking out and the rest of you had to put up with it. It was the Eighties, glam rock.

PD: Well, your outfit, it’s sort of bizarre, like my costume on acid, really isn’t it? I like the idea that the Doctor just goes into this room and picks out certain items of clothing, so I didn’t really like my outfit very much from that point of view because it was designed. I didn’t look like someone who had just gone in and picked up this, picked up that. Colin experienced my costume on drugs. [TO SYLVESTER] Yours looked quite shambolic, didn’t it? In a nice kind of jumbled up way.

SM: Yes, except for the pullover

PD: Yes, those question marks, it was too self-referential. I didn’t understand the question marks.

PM: But was it negotiable?

SM: No

PD: It was negotiable in that you were involved in the discussions about the costume

CB: But why does the Doctor have to wear a costume? Why can’t he wear clothes? Why is it a costume because they are all costumes, aren’t they?

PD: I think it was in our case John Nathan Turner and let’s make a big impact and publicity.

What do you think is the enduring appeal of Doctor Who?

SM: Us

CB: If we could answer that, we would go away and make it ourselves or a variety of it. The fact that it has endured is part of its enduring appeal. Timing, isn’t it? And cowboy films fell out of favour, we all loved cowboy films, who is that masked stranger? The man who comes into town, sorts out the problems, goes. We couldn’t do that in England. So you’ve got to come up with something else. He’s the Lone Ranger.

TB: We are pre-disposed for fantasy, there is a natural impulse for human beings to want to get off their heads or out of their heads in something in a substance or a drink or an idea or a religion which will comfort them and make life exciting. Therefore, what you see on the television is nothing compared to the other things people believe in. I think people can believe in anything.

Peter, what’s it like to have the Doctor as your son-in-law?

PD: I’m waiting for him to call me dad. He hasn’t called me dad yet.

Do you debate which is better, the old series or the new series?

PD: No, we never do. You see David [Tennant] was this huge fan of the old, classic series because that’s what he grew up on, as did Russell T. Davies and Steven Moffat. They know an infinite amount, massive amount of details that we couldn’t answer about the classic series. So, we don’t ever sit down and discuss it, we hardly talk about it actually. I do debate with my grandson because I said ‘who’s your favourite Doctor?’ and he said ‘David Tennant’ and I said ‘who’s your second favourite Doctor?’ and he said ‘Tom Baker’. So I said: ‘who’s your third favourite Doctor?’ and he thought about it and said ‘I haven’t got a third favourite’. I’ve managed to force and intimidate him into going slightly up the table there. Depending how nice I am to him, I get above Tom for a few weeks and then fall down again.

When you regenerated, were on the set with your predecessor/successor?

PD: Yes, when I turned up just before the lunch, the evening break and they were all behind schedule as usual, and I went up to the bar and Tom gave me some sage advice. I’ve told the story many times but never in front of Tom. We were in the BBC bar and I was nodding because I couldn’t hear what you said. You gave me some sage advice about playing Doctor Who but the noise in the bar was so great that I couldn’t actually hear what you said but I smiled because I was too scared to go: ‘sorry, could you repeat that?’

CB: I was present when Peter regenerated into me and we went up to the bar afterwards and there was a party and I said to you – it was a polite question to ask: ‘have you got any advice?’ And he thought for a minute and went ‘no’.

PD: I’d just been traumatised by regeneration, my great acting starring Nicola Bryant’s cleavage!

SM: Well, no one turned up for my regeneration. I didn’t even get bought a drink and I didn’t get any advice. I had to do it myself.

PD: And look what happened to you.

SM: I ended up killing off the programme for a while. Yes, I managed to close it and then Paul gainfully came along later and tried to revive it.
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DOCTOR WHO SPOILER ALERT: So it's not really bigger inside! Dismantling the Tardis

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PUBLISHED: 09:27 EST, 8 June 2012 | UPDATED: 09:28 EST, 8 June 2012

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For many years, the time machine named 'Time and Relative Dimension in Space' has been a mystery to Doctor Who fans with its apparent spacious interior.

However, the blue box, better known as the TARDIS, was looking decidedly empty as it was being dismantled following filming of the popular BBC sci-fi series, yesterday.

The spacecraft has been used throughout the history of Doctor Who to transport the Time Lord to any point in time and any place in the known universe.

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Old 06-26-2012, 08:27 AM   #330
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