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Karen Gillan: Cover Girl

Karen Gillan is the cover star on today’s Radio Times in which she discusses the BBC Four drama We’ll Take Manhattan in which she plays 1960s model Jean Shrimpton.

Naturally in the listings mag, Karen chats about her departure from the TARDIS. But as we all know about the leaving stuff, let’s admire the front cover for a while…

Karen Gillan on the cover of the Radio Times

In her interview with Radio Times, Karen Gillan talks about leaving Doctor Who:

“It was a completely mutual agreement. Steven Moffat and I decided when would be the best time for Amy to go.” Gillan might know when, but she doesn’t know how – only that Moffat has promised it will be heartbreaking: “I’d like to see her go out in flames of glory.”

After leaving Doctor Who, Gillan is set to play an author with writers block in the indie movie Not Another Happy Ending (“It’s a great script, really funny”) and she naturally has ambitions to hit Hollywood.

(Thanks to www.radiotimes.com)



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