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Arthur Darvill on Rory

Rory, Amy Pond’s boyfriend, is a straightforward guy whose life changes dramatically when he meets the Doctor. We’ve got a great video clip below in which actor Arthur Darvill discusses his character… Darvill first appeared in The Eleventh Hour and has since joined the Doctor and Amy on their travels, first to pre-renaissance Italy in Vampires…

Moffat on Post-Humans

The Grand Moff is in da house at io9.com, where the Doctor Who Executive Producer discusses his stewardship of the Whoniverse. There is absolutely loads to get through – its a great interview, quite exhaustive in some ways, but one thing thta is particularly interesting is Moffat’s feelings about the “post human” character development of Rose…

End of the Line for Rex

According to the Telegraph, David Tennant has failed “to make it in America” following the decision by NBC executives to shelve Rex is Not Your Lawyer. The idea behind the series – a Chicago lawyer who gets stage fright starts coaching his clients to represent themselves – seemed pretty sound, but after recording of the in-house…

Amy’s Choice Reaction

Amy’s Choice bucked the trend for television over the weekend, with the latest episode of Doctor Who attracted 6.2 million viewers, 5.9 million on BBC1 and 0.3 million on BBC HD, according to overnight audience figures.These will likely be enhanced with good figures from delayed viewing services such as BBC iPlayer and Sky+ Audience figures…

Preview van Gogh

As expected highlight of the Steven Moffat era of Doctor Who is Vincent and the Doctor – written by hugely successful comedy writer Richard Curtis, the adventure is set to be given a special British Film Institute preview showing early in June. Set for a preview screening on Wednesday, 2nd June, the episode will be…

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