Tagged James Corden

Series 6 – More Teasers!

By the time you read this you may have already seen The Impossible Astronaut, part 1 of the Doctor Who series premiere, and you’ll know whether or not it’s lived up to all the hype.  After you grab your vortex manipulator to time-shift backwards and tell me what you thought, read this article and become…

Stetsons are Cool

Fez fans beware; there’s a new cowboy in town. It seems that during his little jaunt across the pond the Doctor became more than a little enamoured with his new head gear. That’s right hat fans, Stetsons are cool. Snapped filming episode twelve in Penarth, the Doctor, in his soon to be trademark green jacket,…

Matt Smith Gets His Hair Done

Flavour of the month actor James Corden is to return to Doctor Who for an episode of Series 6 (or whatever we’re all calling it now). The rumour mill is chugging overtime about what this story will contain and old foes have been spotted – but how will it all come together? Corden’s character of…

Episode Twelve Spoilers!

SPOILERS! SPOILERS! ABANDON SHIP! WOMAN AND CHILDREN (AND KASTERBOROUS WRITERS) FIRST! After being imprisoned by the coalition of evil (no, the other one) in the Pandorica at for the penultimate episode last season it seems the Doctor has become ensnared in another trap altogether – he’s become a wage slave! Filming this week saw Matt…

Who’s Funny for Money?

March 18th looks set to be a good night for fans of comedy and of Doctor Who alike! As part of Comic relief this year, the night-known as Funny for Money, will include Miranda Hart (from comedy Miranda) take part in a “cook off” alongside Ruby Wax and Claudia Winkleman. Steve Coogan (of Alan Partridge…

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……

Doctor Who France: Slight Increase

Following the last few weeks of disappointing broadcast figures for the weekly multi-episode broadcasts of Doctor Who on France 4 over the channel, a slight increase in the audience has been recorded. Last night, “Vincent et le Docteur” and “Le colocataire” (Vincent and the Doctor and The Lodger to non-Francophiles) were viewed by 303,000 people;…

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