Tagged Dr Who

French & Varosian Revolutions!

If you haven’t already heard, 2|entertain recently added two more Doctor Who stories to their list of upcoming DVD releases: The Reign of Vengeance and Terror on Varos (or was it the other way around?). The Reign of Terror, infamous in the Whoniverse for being a complete ripoff of The Girl in the Fireplace, saw…

Tennant Fills in the Blanks

Coming away with a Blankety Blank cheque book and pen and a whole heap of cash for needy causes former Tenth Doctor David Tennant helped future Doctor Who guest star David Walliams complete his online 24 Hour Panel show marathon for Comic Relief. Tennant appeared in the segments resurrecting the Terry Wogan/Les Dawson classic Blankety Blank along…

Much Gaiman Love

Unless you’ve been living in a box at the bottom of the sea with only a dwindling amount of air and a copy of Philip Roth’s The Breast for company, you would have heard that unknown fantasy writer and Dresden Doll groupie Neil Gaiman (just look on your bookshelves and DVD collection) has written an…

Lynda Baron Back in Who

The big news making the rounds from the past couple of days is that James Corden is back on the set of Doctor Who filming scenes alongside Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. The BBC have confirmed that he’ll be reprising his role as Craig Owens but that could all be a massive deception……

Davison into “Companion-Swapping”

Recently, at the massive fan convention Gallifrey One, former Fifth Doctor Peter Davison appeared on a panel to answer all sorts of question relating to Doctor Who, during which time he offered his thoughts on buttons and companion swapping. The actor answered a myriad of questions regarding his tenure on the show, returning to film…

The Next Big Torchwood Death

Torchwood: Miracle Day writer John Fay has recently thrown in a few words about the hotly debated knack for main character deaths that Torchwood as a whole has featured since the self-shooting Suzie Costello in Everything Changes… “A universe in which fictional characters aren’t ‘allowed’ to die is ridiculous and limiting.  When death is a…

Matt Smith: “Forget the Doctor”

Coming soon on BBC TV is Christopher and His Kind, a biopic of famed homosexual author Christopher Isherwood, starring Doctor Who’s Matt Smith. Focussing on the author’s formative years in 1930s Berlin in the run-up to the Second World War, the film sees Isherwood uncovering his sexuality and identity, something Matt was apparently attracted to…

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