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!
Though we've still yet to see the 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special trailer from Comic-Con 2013 find its way online, a few new goodies from the coming celebration have emerged. Not only have new photos surfaced of Matt Smith, David Tennant and guest star John Hurt in action, but we've also learned why Christopher Eccleston declined to appear, and what coming episodes acclaimed UK director Ben Wheatley will helm!
While most of Comic-Con 2013's more exclusive videos eventually made their way online for fans unable to attend the events, 'Doctor Who''s release of a 50th anniversary trailer seems to be among the few holdouts not yet shown to hungry Who-vians. Thankfully, the BBC has confirmed a brand-new trailer to be on the way, teasing our first look at "The Day of the Doctor" with some promos!
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.
Summer may be gone, but who cares? It’s TV time! Fall TV 2013 will prove among the more exciting seasons in recent years, including everything from Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ premiere to the return of our beloved ‘Walking Dead’ for season 4, but with so many options to choose from, which TV is really must-see?
We break down the 20 can’t-miss premieres from the ABC to the NBC to the BBC, including those that will have us talking for months on end, and a score of saucy secrets from each of Fall TV’s best!
As any 'Doctor Who' fan following the series well knows by now, the 2013 Christmas special will see fan-beloved Matt Smith departing the role in favor of 12th Doctor Peter Capaldi but how long will Who-vians have to wait until the proper season 8 premiere? Pull up a comfy spot in the TARDIS, it may be awhile...
Long before 'Doctor Who' announced the arrival of 12th Doctor Peter Capaldi, fan tongues were set wagging by the mysterious appearance of John Hurt's "forgotten" Doctor at the climax of series 7 finale "The Name of the Doctor." The character has been set up for a major arc opposite Matt Smith and David Tennant in the upcoming 50th anniversary special, but might Hurt return for additional episodes with Peter Capaldi in 2014?
For as long as producers and fans have touted the idea of 'Lord of the Rings' magnate Peter Jackson directing an episode of 'Doctor Who,' very little seems to have been set in stone, despite eagerness on either side. Most recently, another rumor broke this weekend that Jackson would finally direct Peter Capaldi in an episode of the upcoming series, though the rumor seems to have thoroughly been debunked.
Though most of the surprise behind 'Doctor Who''s heralded 12th Doctor casting lay in the decision not to shake things up with a new race or gender, plenty of fans were similarly caught off guard that the 55 year-old Peter Capaldi would take the franchise away from its younger-skewing recent history. We've heard 'Doctor Who' mastermind Steven Moffat defend Capaldi's casting before, but what does he have to say on the age difference?