The 50th anniversary special of 'Doctor Who' is fast approaching, and though "The Day of the Doctor" will mark one step closer to Matt Smith's departure from the series at the end of 2013, we can't wait to see Doctors old and new together for the first time. In order to get the timey-wimey countdown rolling, the BBC has released the first photos from the 75-minute special, putting Matt Smith and David Tennant's Doctors together at last!
It may not have made much of a difference in the case of AMC's 'Low Winter Sun,' but UK breakout hit 'Broadchurch' will do a bit of leading man recycling when FOX crafts its Americanized version. 'Doctor Who' favorite and UK 'Broadchurch' star David Tennant has been tapped to reprise his role as the detective anchoring the murder-mystery, but what will be different about the American 'Broadchurch?'
Earlier today we caught our first real details of the 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" from an official running time and potential tease of past Doctors to come, but now it's time for a first look! The official one-sheet poster for the landmark 'Doctor Who' event uniting Matt Smith with David Tennant and John Hurt has arrived, so take a look at the good Doctors together!
Now that 'Doctor Who' has selected Peter Capaldi to take over for Matt Smith in late 2013, fan focus shifts back to the impending 50th anniversary special extravaganza, uniting Smith's 11th Doctor with David Tennant's 10th and John Hurt's mysterious incarnation. The BBC has now begun preparing fans for the big reunion by revealing both the episode's title and extended length, while a mysterious protest of past 'Doctor Who' stars might point the way to bigger surprises in store.
Well, that didn't take very long! Just a few short months after UK crime drama 'Broadchurch' wrapped up its first season overseas to great acclaim, FOX announced this morning that it will plot a US limited-series adaptation for the 2014-15 season. The original series will begin its second season in 2014 with returning 'Doctor Who' star David Tennant, but will the US version live up?
Granted, 'Doctor Who' fans were pretty over the moon to learn that David Tennant and Billie Piper would reprise their fan-favorite roles for the upcoming 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special, but such a momentous occasion surely could include other past Doctors as well, right? Not so, according to new sources, but should we really fret the special won't be exciting enough as is?
A few weeks ago, 'Doctor Who' fans around the world let out a collective cry of "fantastic!" at the news that David Tennant and Billie Piper would reprise their roles as the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler for the upcoming 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special. Now, as filming resumes abroad, we have our first look at Tennant and current series star Matt Smith shooting on the set! Get a sneak peek of the 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary reunion inside!
Along with the big premiere of 'Doctor Who's latest episode "The Bells of St. John" this past weekend, the BBC released the momentous news that former 'Doctor' David Tennant would indeed be present for the upcoming 50th anniversary special, along with former companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper)! Now, as production begins for the grand spectacle of 'Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, see the Doctor(s) reunite in the first photo of David Tennant and current star Matt Smith inside!
Easy fanboys, it's not what you think. We've been hearing a lot of cross-franchise pollination over the past week, particularly since Disney shelled out $4.05 billion for the rights to 'Star Wars,' effectively placing Pixar, Marvel and a galaxy far, far away under the same roof. That collection may grow in the future, but for now, Doctor Who (David Tennant)'s upcoming appearance on 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' is strictly voiceover. Find out who the former Doctor plays inside!
Okay 'Doctor Who' fans, before you start getting too excited let's just explain one thing right away; this is only a rumor. But to have David Tennant alongside Vin Diesel and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson? Not sure if people would be able to handle that much greatness on one screen. It may be a bit too much.