Despite that horrific subtitle for its reboot (yes, we're still not over that title), Paramount Pictures announced release dates for the next two 'Terminator' movies in the new trilogy to hit theaters in 2017 and 2018, respectively.
'Lost River,' formerly titled 'How to Catch a Monster,' is Ryan Gosling's directorial debut and stars the likes of Christina Hendricks, Matt Smith and Fiz from 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' (Iain De Caestecker) in a story about a teenage boy who stumbles across an underwater town. Too bad the first teaser trailer doesn't reveal any of this except for some of the casting -- all it wants you to do is look at Matt Smith's muscles, damn it!
It's always fun when two completely separate geek worlds collide, so excuse us for being a little too joyful at the news that former 'Doctor Who' star Matt Smith has joined the cast of 'Terminator 5.' Specifically, he's signed on for the next three films in the series, playing a role that will become larger and more important with each new entry.
Earlier this week 'Doctor Who' afforded us our best look yet at the newest Time Lord incarnation played by Matt Smith's replacement Peter Capaldi, though we'd be hard pressed to deny a bit of sadness when season 8 finally premieres, Smith now firmly in the past. There may be hope yet after all, as a new rumor suggests Smith recorded one last bit of content for his 'Doctor Who' exit that will pop up in the series 8 premiere!
And lo, it has come to pass that 'Doctor Who' has regenerated itself once again, placing Peter Capaldi in the role previously occupied by Matt Smith with Wednesday's 2013 Christmas special, "The Time of the Doctor." We've had our time to adjust, but relive the experience by watching Matt Smith's tearful regeneration once more, as well as a look at scenes deleted from the special!
Days away though we may be from the 2013 'Doctor Who' Christmas special "The Time of the Doctor" and Matt Smith's ultimate departure from the title role, there's no reason not to soak up all our time left with the Doctor! The latest clip from the landmark special sees the 11th incarnation roped into playing house with Clara, plus, find out what Steven Moffat has to say of 'Doctor Who''s grand 2013 exit!
We're but five days away from 'Doctor Who''s epic Christmas Special, "The Time of the Doctor," (also Christmas itself, if you want to split hairs), meaning we've got to soak up all the time left with series star Matt Smith before Peter Capaldi takes over in the lead role. To that end, check out the first clip of the special with Smith and Jenna Louise-Coleman's Clara, along with a tease of Peter Capaldi's newest regeneration!
We're just over a week away from Matt Smith's final 'Doctor Who' turn in 2013 Christmas special "The Time of the Doctor," so what better opportunity for a brand-new, extended look at 11's (or 13?) final run? The Time War may soon begin anew as 'Doctor Who' faces the siege of Trenzalore, so take a look at "The Time of the Doctor" in the latest trailer!
For as much as 'Doctor Who' fans dread the thought of Matt Smith leaving the series behind, promotion for 2013 Christmas special "The Time of the Doctor" has officially reached a fever pitch. Our first real trailer for the landmark installment has arrived, teasing otherworldly action from some of the Doctor's most iconic villains as we say goodbye to number 11.
Now that the 'Doctor Who' 50th Anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" has come and gone, we've little to look forward to in 2013 beside the upcoming Christmas special "The Time of the Doctor," and our big goodbye to series star Matt Smith. The upcoming regeneration has more than a few fans confused however, so check out the latest from the special from showrunner Steven Moffat himself, along with a collection of new 'Doctor Who' photos!