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“Tales of San Diego Comic-Con are told in awe on every set around the known fantasy/sci-fi production world,” states Capaldi. “It’s become a fabled kingdom. One I am thrilled to find myself heading for. And to appear in the legendary Hall H is a further twist to the cosplay and comic madness I may never recover from.”
- Gary Collinson
They're back! "Doctor Who" is returning to Comic-Con.
BBC America's series will hit Hall H, hosting a panel on Thursday, July 9.
Photos: Doctor Who — A Look Back At The First 11 Doctors
This marks Peter's first appearance at San Diego Comic-Con since he became the Doctor.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
Peter Capaldi, who stars as the most recent incarnation of BBC's near-insurmountable Doctor Who, is set to make his San Diego Comic-Con debut at this year's upcoming event in the convention's famed Hall H. He will be appearing alongside fellow cast members Jenna Coleman and Michelle Gomez, as well as lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and fellow producer Brian Minchin, to discuss his first gangbusters series as the time-traveling hero, which was BBC America's highest rated series to date, and the hotly anticipated next series, which will be premiering this Fall. Upon the announcement that he would be attending, Capaldi responded with his reliable brand of wit: Tales of San Diego Comic-Con are told in awe on every set around the known fantasy/sci-fi production world. It's become a fabled kingdom. One I am thrilled to find myself heading for. And to appear in the legendary Hall H, »
- Chris Cabin
We're only six weeks away from the start of the San Diego Comic-Con, so get ready for a flood of announcements and live coverage. Today, we kick things off with the announcement that Peter Capaldi will be making his first appearance at Comic-Con for the Doctor Who panel in Hall H:
Press Release: "BBC America’s Doctor Who returns to San Diego Comic-Con for a Hall H panel on Thursday, July 9. Following his record-breaking first season as the Doctor, Peter Capaldi will make his first ever appearance at Comic-Con with stars Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Michelle Gomez (Missy), lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and executive producer Brian Minchin. Doctor Who follows the adventures of the Doctor, the time traveler, who will continue to journey through all of space and time in epic adventures in the new season premiering this fall. Capaldi’s first season delivered BBC America its »
- Jonathan James
We’ve just heard from BBC Worldwide and BBC America that Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi will be making his first San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 9th (in Hall H). Joining the Twelfth Doctor actor will be Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Michelle Gomez (Missy), lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and executive producer Brian Minchin. Says the star...
- Christian Cawley
The Twelfth Doctor will make his first ever Comic-Con appearance this summer.
Capaldi said: "Tales of San Diego Comic-Con are told in awe on every set around the known fantasy/sci-fi production world.
It's become a fabled kingdom. One I am thrilled to find myself heading for. And to appear in the legendary Hall H is a further twist to the cosplay and comic madness I may never recover from."
Doctor Who will return to screens this autumn with a two-part premiere, 'The Magician's Apprentice' and 'The Witch's Familiar', which will feature the return of »
His involvement in the new series of Doctor Who was revealed by his client page on The Agency website.
It is currently unclear which two episodes he will direct, with two slots - episodes 9 and 10, and episodes 11 and 12 - still thought to be open.
Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular review: A wonderful »
It has been an interesting week of filming this last week. Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman have both been filming in The Knap, Barry, a district of Barry in southern Wales, were a number of intriguing and eye-catching scenes by the beachside were recorded. Most notable of these was the sight of Capaldi himself parachuting down...
- Connor Farley
If last year's scheduling is anything to go by, we can expect to see Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman back in the Tardis in late August, when Doctor Who returns to BBC One for its ninth series. If the long wait is getting you down, then the arrival of the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in UK arenas next week will be music to your ears.
The live arena show celebrates Murray Gold's thrilling musical score for the series since 2005 and features over 100 performers including the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and members of the BBC National Chorus of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.
Following an acclaimed tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2014 and 2015, the first ever UK shows will feature a host of the Doctor's most famous adversaries, »
MTV is showing some unexpected love to Finding Carter, extending its sophomore season by 12 episodes.
RelatedFinding Carter Stars Tease Lori’s Plan, Crash’s Return & More Season 2 Twists
The official announcement was made Monday via a YouTube video recorded by none other than the King of Croutons, Alex Saxon. Doing his best Max impression — or so we’re assuming — Saxon announced that the drama’s second season has been extended 12-fold.
Finding Carter has really been shaking things up this season; in addition to the return (and re-exit) of bad boy Crash, year two has also introduced a pill problem for Taylor, »
Last Updated: May 18, 2015
Doctor Who is the persistent subject of rumours - from the credible to the outright absurd - and it can be difficult to separate what's fact from what's fiction.
Lucky for you, dear reader, that Digital Spy is on hand to cut a swathe through the nonsense - these are the facts, 100% confirmed, about series 9 of the world's greatest science-fiction series.
Filming began on the 9th series of Doctor Who - its 35th run overall - on January 5, 2015 for a planned transmission in the autumn. Steven Moffat will serve as lead writer and executive producer for the fifth time.
Coleman was widely expected to be leaving the series in the 2014 Christmas special - and indeed had planned to exit - »
Harness - who previously wrote series 8's 'Kill the Moon' - has scripted a second adventure for Peter Capaldi's Time Lord, which will reintroduce both Ingrid Oliver's character and the shape-shifting alien Zygons.
"It's a bit unbelievable to be bringing [the Zygons] back again - and also Osgood as well, another fan favourite," he told Digital Spy.
"It's a privilege to be telling a story about those two, and I think it's quite an exciting story as well. Unfortunately I've got two fan favourites in my hands now, which can only set me up to disappoint people!"
"It's nice to do a cliffhanger, »
Jenna Coleman has since spoke out about her continuing role in Series 9 of Doctor Who. Rumours are still circulating that Coleman, who plays assistant Clara Oswald will not be involved in Series 9. However, speaking to The Guardian for ‘Meet the stars of the Observer Magazine’s TV special’, the 29 year old actress explained:...
- Connor Farley
Dr Who comics have been around for quite some time, with Who comic strips going back as far as the 1960′s. I have happy memories of reading Dr Who Weekly from Marvel in the early 1980′s, and always felt the Doctor was a natural character for the comic book form. Until recently the TV show adventures of the good Doctor were usually hampered by poor special effects (I grew up assuming most planets looked like chalk quarries), whereas in comics, you have an unlimited special effects budget. To work at his best, the Doctor needs that.
Now Titan Comics have taken on the job of publishing the new adventures of the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth incarnations of the Doctor. This particular volume collects together the first ever comic book adventures of the Peter Capaldi Twelfth Doctor, »
- Dean Fuller
Like most Doctor Who fans, we were sad to see Osgood cruelly dispatched by Missy (Michelle Gomez) in the show’s series eight finale ‘Death in Heaven’, but it’s good news as the Doctor’s biggest fan and Unit scientist Osgood, played by Ingrid Oliver, has been brought back by Steven Moffat for Doctor Who series nine.
She’ll be back and face-to-face with the shape-shifting extra-terrestrial Zygons, as they also return for the new series and we can’t wait to see both of them. Mr Steven Moffat had this to say:
“Osgood is back, fresh from her recent murder at the end of last series. We recently confirmed that Osgood was definitely dead and not returning – but in a show about time travel, anything can happen. The brilliant Ingrid Oliver is back in action. This time though, can the Doctor trust his number one fan?”
Speaking on set, »
- Dan Bullock
Unit scientist Osgood, played by Ingrid Oliver, returns to Doctor Who for season nine. Having been killed by Missy (Michelle Gomez) in the show’s season eight finale ‘Death in Heaven’, Steven Moffat decided to bring back the Doctor’s biggest fan.
Steven Moffat, lead writer and Executive Producer, said: “Osgood is back, fresh from her recent murder at the end of last series. We recently confirmed that Osgood was definitely dead and not returning – but in a show about time travel, anything can happen. The brilliant Ingrid Oliver is back in action. This time though, can the Doctor trust his number one fan?”
This time she’s back in action and comes face-to-face with the shape-shifting extra-terrestrial Zygons, as they also return for the new season. They last appeared in ‘The Day of the Doctor’ for the show’s 50th anniversary episode.
One of the most popular fan theories »
- Vinnie Bartilucci
Hound, it's revealed, will play a character named Sam Swift on the BBC sci-fi series, fronted by Peter Capaldi.
The actor and comic admits to suffering a fanboy moment - but insists he played it "very cool" - during a readthrough which sat him sat alongside Capaldi and fellow guest star Maisie Williams.
Head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat has told Digital Spy that the upcoming series will change "the rhythm" of the series, adding: "We always move it on. I don't think we've ever done two consecutive series exactly the same."
Watch Steven Moffat's full interview with Digital Spy below: »
He’s faced such foes as the Daleks, Cybermen and Ukip, after leader Nigel Farage argued his adventures should cease under a slashed licence fee. However, the BBC are keen for fans to get a look at who – or should that be what – the Doctor will be up against as a new enemy is unveiled for the upcoming ninth series of Doctor Who. Check out the armoured menace below…
Resembling a walking immersion heater, this as-yet-unnamed and decidedly rusty-looking threat faces Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Time Lord in an episode currently filming at Cosmeston Medieval Village, South Wales.
The on-set snap comes hot on the heels of a teaser image released by the corporation earlier in the week…
Starring Capaldi with Jenna Coleman as Clara, the new series features guest stars Maisie Williams, Rufus Hound, Paul Kaye and David Schofield. Michelle Gomez and Jemma Redgrave are returning to their roles »
- Steve Palace
The Doctor's latest adversary has been unveiled online.
The sinister-looking creature, obscured by gloom but looking like a cross between a Yo Gabba Gabba character and a Sky HD Box, will feature in the upcoming series of Doctor Who later this year.
Comedian Rufus Hound and Siblings' Tom Stourton have also been announced for guest starring roles in series nine, along with Ariyon Bakare, Simon Lipkin, Ian Conningham, Murray McArthur, Barnaby Kay, John Voce and Struan Rodger.
Isn't it time the Doctor and Clara welcomed another companion on board the Tardis in Doctor Who series 9? Mark has a few ideas as to who...
Following Jenna Coleman's much-publicised wobble over whether or not to leave Doctor Who in 2014, we've had confirmation that Clara Oswald will be around for this year's series after all. This will make Clara the Doctor's longest-serving companion since the new series began and, indeed, since Janet Fielding's similarly on-off Tegan, back when Peter Davison was the Doctor.
Like Tegan, Clara's had a couple of near-miss exits during her travels already - first, the bittersweet ending of Death In Heaven and the fake-out at the end of Last Christmas. In both cases, she and the Doctor got a reprieve from Nick Frost's Santa, in such a way that when she does eventually leave, we'll all be looking for him to pop out »
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