Tagged Arthur Darvill

More Rebel Flesh Images!

Promotion efforts for The Rebel Flesh seem to be pretty energetic, and thanks to the BBC we’ve got another great gallery of images of the next episode of Doctor Who. Guest starring Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes actor Marshall Lancaster (he played DC Chris Skelton), The Rebel Flesh is written by Matthew Graham, co-creator on…

Gaiman Chats About the Wife

The remarkable Neil Gaiman took part in an online web chat for The Guardian yesterday, answering questions asked by fans concerning his relationship with Doctor Who and, of course, The Doctor’s Wife. Just to get a measure of the man, before he even started, Gaiman had this to say: First of all, before I start…

Rebel Flesh Preview & Gallery

If you thought that there were dark elements in The Doctor’s Wife, you haven’t seen anything yet… This week, the Doctor, Amy and Rory encounter The Rebel Flesh, a story about cloning set in Earth’s future. Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as the Doctor, Amy and Rory, the episode also features guest…

The Doctor’s Wife

I feel so justified. Sometimes I talk to my electronics, an eccentric little quirk I picked up from some television show or another (I forget which one) and I am always getting eye-rolls from my fiance, as it is “not normal behavior”, apparently. Yet although we have the same model smart phone mine always seems…

They Keep Killing Rory

“Oh my God!  They killed Rory!  You b******!” My friends, those are the words you would hear if South Park ever made a spoof of the Matt Smith era of Doctor Who.  But some would argue that Doctor Who is beginning to turn into a slight parody of South Park, with the aforementioned Rory Pond…

What the Doctor Misses…

Just-released: an exclusive, never-before-seen bonus DOCTOR WHO: Insider from Episode 3, The Curse of the Black Spot featuring an interview with Executive Producer/Lead Writer Steven Moffat! Even though you might be looking forward to The Doctor’s Wife, take a few minutes to appreciate just what Steven Moffat and Stephen Thompson were attempting to do in…

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