Tagged Mark Gatiss

What Doctor Who Titles Are Made Of

‘What Are Little Boys Made Of?’ No, not a question but the intriguing title of Mark Gatiss’ episode for season 6/32- according to IMDB. Although nothing has been confirmed so far, the title would fit in with what information has become available to date. From what has been gathered from director Richard Clark’s Twitter page,…

The Doctor Who Companion

News of the forthcoming Doctor Who Magazine special dedicated to the 2010 series… The Eleventh Doctor, Volume One is a complete guide to the award-winning BBC One series has been written and researched by Andrew Pixley. 2010 was a landmark year for Doctor Who. Matt Smith and Karen Gillan appeared on television as the Eleventh…

Steel Yourself for a Special Edition!

2entertain have sent Kasterborous cleared, final artwork images of the new Doctor Who Series 5 Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Disc boxset tins! Set to be released on Monday, 8th November 2010, this limited edition boxset features two key differences from the standard edition release: Numbered Special Packaging This 6-Disc Jumbo Steelbook contains a Collector’s…

Revenge of the Old Daleks

Just when you thought every last nugget of new information had been sieved from the gold pan of Doctor Who: The Brilliant Book; there, at the bottom lies another exciting Moffat tease. Don’t count them out just yet because it seems the old Daleks could be returning to our screens. Head honcho Steven Moffat has revelled…

Series 6 Episode Title Revealed?

Word on the street has it these days that (the Mark-Gatiss-written, Richard-Clark-directed?) fourth episode of Doctor Who has the following title: What Are Little Boys Made Of? No, that was not an off-task question in italics for no apparent reason, that is the genuine rumoured title for the episode!  The name stands tall, right up…

Daniel Mays Cast

Various new names cast in Series 6 of Doctor Who have emerged over the past few days as shooting begins on the first production block. Most notable is Daniel Mays, most recently seen as the evil DCI Jim Keats in the final series of Ashes to Ashes. You might also have seen him in Top…

Director Tweets Teasers

Doctor Who director Richard Clark – responsible for the first recording block of 2011’s Series 6 – has teased fans online with tweets from the set. Clark is in charge of two episodes; one is Neil Gaiman’s highly anticipated entry into the Doctor Who universe, while the second is believed to be by Mark Gatiss…

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