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Doctor Who Magazine 396!

ROSE TYLER IS BACK IN DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE 396! Actress Billie Piper talks exclusively about her imminent return to Doctor Who – and how Rose’s character has developed – in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine…   "She’s changed. She’s hardened. She’s been through a lot in her parallel world. I think she’s been…

Roman Frasier

[singlepic=45,320,240,,right]BBC Two’s popular sitcom from 2007, Roman’s Empire, is set to be remade in the USA with Frasier star Kelsey Grammer in the role of the overbearing father. The British version starred Matthew Horne (Leo), Neil Dugeon (as girlfriend’s father Roman) and Monserrat Lombard (Ashes to Ashes) as Leo’s girlfriend.  It achieved ratings of around…

Moffat Writers On Board?

According to Comic Book Resources, season 31 executive producer Steven Moffat has already sounded out writing talent for his first series in charge… Columnist Rich Johnson claims that both Dalek writer Rob Shearman and comic book legend Neil Gaiman have been approached, with the latter noncommittal: In fact when I asked Neil if he’d care…

You all went to see Chris Rock…

[singlepic=44,320,240,,right]How many times do I have to tell you?  Sure, he’s funny, but he’s just a guy doing the same Richard Pryor or Eddie Murphy shit, repackaged for the 21st century. Look, in the Independent, a clever reviewer (Nicholas Barber) wrote: It’s a truism that British comedy is more complex, surreal and experimental than its…

Trailer Hit

There was no Doctor Who this week of course – but the 6.45pm trailer caused a bit of a stir, featuring more Billie Piper as Rose Tyler, lots of Daleks, and what appeared to be a weaponless Dalek. Could it be true? Are we about to meet Dave Ross? The explosive trailer certainly shifted the…

Clip of the Week!
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Clip of the Week!

There’s a bit of a “jobs for the boys” feel to this week’s clip – it features my good friend and occasional collaborator Brian A. Terranova. It certainly deserves to be watched and enjoyed! httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4E6ZYPNEnA Great makeup!

Unicorn and the Wasp Reaction

Reaction to The Unicorn and the Wasp was largely positive across the web and the national press, with only The Times putting a downward spin on things. According to them: [Gareth] Roberts’s Shakespeare episode of Doctor Who last year was a triumph. The Unicorn and the Wasp (it should surely have been called Who-dunnit?) fell…

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