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Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: Steven Spielberg on the […]
- Peter Sciretta
It’s Alice Obiefune’s first trip in the Tardis and the Doctor takes her to Rokhandi, the most perfect planet in the universe. Naturally, something is wrong. The first story written only by Al Ewing (who’s taking turns with Rob Williams penning the series), The Friendly Place is a simple idea, one which would perhaps retread...
The post Review: The Eleventh Doctor #2 appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Philip Bates
After Saturday night’s episode ‘Flatline’ [read Villordsutch's review here], the BBC has released a promo trailer for episode 10 of Doctor Who series 8, entitled ‘In the Forest of the Night’, and we’ve got the trailer for you right here…
“Can Clara and the Doctor see the wood from the trees?”
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The post Trailer for Doctor Who series 8 episode 10 – ‘In the Forest of the Night’ appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
If there isn’t enough bloodshed in Pride and Prejudice for your taste, Death Comes to Pemberley (premiering this Sunday on Masterpiece on PBS) has murder, a hysterical Bennet (played by Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman) and Matthew Rhys (The Americans) as the dashing Mr. Darcy.
Adapted from P.D. James’ novel, the miniseries picks up after the events of the Jane Austen classic, when Pemberley is rocked by a whodunit. In TVLine’s exclusive first look, Lydia Bennet (Coleman) arrives at the estate, screaming bloody murder, and a slap is the only thing capable of calming her down. (Naturally, the excitable Mrs. »
In Mummy on the Orient Express we met a sentient being, possibly a computer, called "Gus". But who or what is he, really? We look at the likely answers.
The post Who Or What Is “Gus”? appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Rebecca Crockett
Next summer, the 67-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger will once again return to his signature role of The Terminator in the awkwardly-titled reboot Terminator: Genisys, and franchise creator James Cameron has been speaking about the project during a chat with Deadline, explaining how the aged Arnie can be integrated into the plot of the film:
“I wasn’t interested in producing it or working on it actively, but I did want to put in a good word for Arnold,” stated Cameron, who directed both The Terminator and its sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. “I pointed out that the outer covering [of the Terminator] was actually not synthetic, that it was organic and therefore could age. You could theoretically have a Terminator that was sent back in time, missed his target, and ended up just kind of living on in society. Because he is a learning computer and has a brain as a central processor he »
- Gary Collinson
If you’re like us and have no idea what a Harry Styles is, you’ll no doubt be less than entranced by the latest edition of Doctor Who Adventures, that rather smashing magazine about Doctor Who for the younger members of fandom! Not only will you find out how to invade your school with monsters and raise...
- Christian Cawley
Ruth Langsford opened today's show (October 20), by speaking about Bellingham.
She said: "We want this to be a celebration of Lynda as well, she was such fun and so full of energy and verve but we miss her so much."
Coleen Nolan added: "We miss her already so much. It's so hard not to be sad and the only thing that I think will get me through the day is that I can almost feel her behind me, whacking me, going, 'Get on with it! Stop being sad'.
"She was such a strong woman right up until the end... brave and funny. I finished her autobiography and I laughed and I cried. The strength. It shines through in the whole book and just the honesty of her. She was such a fantastic woman."
Nadia Sawalha described »
After only very recently being diagnosed with cancer, Lynda Bellingham passed away yesterday (October 19) at the age of 66.
Below Digital Spy rounds up just some of the tributes to Bellingham from her friends, family and fans around the world.
Incredibly sad to hear that Macmillan Ambassador Lynda Bellingham has passed away of cancer. Our thoughts are with her friends and family
— Macmillan Cancer (@macmillancancer) October 20, 2014
We fell in love with Lynda Bellingham when she was Oxo Mum. Remembering her with warmth and love today.
— Susanna Reid (@susannareid100) October 20, 2014
So sad about the lovely Lynda Bellingham. She seemed such a love. Thoughts are with her family... We have to bloody beat cancer!
— Diana Vickers (@DianaVickers) October 20, 2014
Our thoughts »
Ladies, gentlemen, Sontarans and the like, welcome to your Kasterborous News Blast, Flatline Edition! We may not have an incredible “Siege Tardis” on hand, but we do have a roundup of what the net is saying about the latest Series 8 episode. Is Mathieson two for two, or did Saturday’s episode…wait for it…”Flatline“? Let’s find...
The post A Superb Critical Reaction To Flatline! appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Nick Kitchen
The Loose Women star spoke emotionally about the actress, who lost her battle with cancer at the age of 66 on Sunday (October 19).
"She is one loved woman and I think we're all just heartbroken because her last wish was that she'd spend Christmas with her family so we're all heartbroken for that," Sawalha told Lorraine Kelly on ITV today.
"Anyone who knew Lynda, and who knew her well, knew that she was this absolute live wire. She would come into a room and light the place up, everybody loved her.
"She got me my first ever job on the Oxo ad actually, and we worked together on Second Thoughts, and we all absolutely adored her because she was in that true sense of the word 'the actress'."
She continued: "She loved it - she had none of »
Doctor Who would not be the show we all know and love without the presence of the Tardis companions. From Ian, Barbara, and Susan in 1963 to Clara in 2014, the companions have been crucial to the show’s success.
They represent us and how we would react – or like to think we would react – if we were given the chance to travel through time and space. Because we identify so closely with the companions, we tend to focus a lot on their departure episodes; we take solace in knowing our favorites received a proper send-off that is a worthy representation of their time aboard the Tardis.
There is so much focus on the companions’ departure episodes, whether or not the character got a fair send-off, that the arrival episodes are often overlooked. This is surprising because, in a way, the arrival episodes are actually more important.
How they enter the »
- Paula Luther
Jay Leno honored with Mark Twain Prize for Humor, feted by Jimmy Fallon, Jerry Seinfeld, Chelsea Handler Seth Meyers, Jb Smoove, Garth Brooks, Kristen Chenoweth, Kevin Eubanks and Wanda Sykes also helped honor Leno with the nation’s top humor prize Sunday night at the Kennedy Center. Chelsea Handler said in her tribute: “I never really said it to you, because you’re never really listening, but every single time I was on his show, he’d come back and ask me how I was doing, how was life. You made a difference in my life. I totally love you. And if you ever need anything from anyone, call Jimmy Fallon.” Plus: Watch attendees try to impersonate Leno. Google changes Stephen Colbert's height to 5-10.5 after he complained he should be listed as 5-11 Colbert ranted at Google last week on "The Colbert Report" for listing him as 5- »
- Norman Weiss
The actor and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who has died aged 66, enjoyed a long and varied career on British television. In addition to her iconic Oxo mum role in the long-running adverts, and her presenting stint on the chat show Loose Women, she also had roles in iconic shows such as Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Sweeney and The Professionals. Here are some of her finest small-screen moments.
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- Guardian TV
Lynda Bellingham has died at the age of 66.
The actress and TV presenter, who had been battling cancer since 2013, passed away "in her husband's arms" yesterday (October 19), her agent confirmed.
"Her family would like to thank the nurses and staff for their tremendous care and support.
"Actor, writer and presenter - to the end Lynda was a consummate professional."
Bellingham revealed last month that her cancer battle had worsened and that she had chosen to stop chemotherapy.
Bellingham has been a fixture of British television dating back to the 1970s, and was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for her charity work earlier this year.
Doctor Who‘s very first director, Waris Hussein, will be recognized with a special award at this year’s Asian Media Awards. The ceremony, which takes place on 28 October in Manchester, will see the now-75-year-old director receive the Outstanding Contribution Award. As reported by digitalspy, Hussein said of the award: “I am honored to be presented...
- Drew Boynton
Lynda Bellingham, the beloved Canadian-born British actress, died on Sunday after a battle with cancer. She was 66.
Lynda Bellingham Dies
Bellingham had been battling colon cancer since July 2013 before passing away “in her husbands arms,” according to the BBC. In recent months, her cancer had spread to her lungs and liver.
Bellingham got her start on TV in the early 70s, appearing in guest roles on The Misfit, Kate, A Family War and more. She went on to play Nurse Hilda Price on General Hospital and Ruth Isaacs on Mackenzie. In the 80s, she played The Inquisitor on Doctor Who and went on to land the part of Helen on All Creatures Great and Small, a role for which she’s best known. »
Written by Jamie Mathieson
Directed by Paul Wilmshurst
Doctor Who, Season 8, Episode 9, “Flatline”
Written by Jamie Mathieson
Directed by Douglas Mackinnon
Airs Saturdays at 9pm Et on BBC America
These weeks, on Doctor Who: Clara gets comfortable lying, the Doctor enjoys not knowing, and it’s a bad time to be a red shirt
In their reviews of “The Caretaker” and “Mummy on the Orient Express”, the fantastic Tom and Lorenzo postulated that Clara has become addicted to traveling with the Doctor, showing many of the signs of addiction. While this is absolutely the case, and could certainly be part of where showrunner Steven Moffat is planning to take the rest of the season, with “Flatline”, another aspect of Clara and the Doctor’s arcs this season finally becomes clear—Clara is becoming more like the shifty, callous late Eleventh and now Twelfth Doctors, »
- Kate Kulzick
Last night, BBC dropped this new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Doctor Who" episode 10 of season 8, and it appears to be very dramatic and adventurous as the Doctor and a bunch of little kids get forced to roam through a lot of forest terrain, and more. The episode is aptly titled, "In the Forest of the Night." In the new,10th episode: The human race is going to end up, waking up to face the most shocking worldwide invasion yet. A forest has grown in every land to take back the Earth. The Doctor will eventually come to the realization that the last days of humanity have arrived. Episode 10 is scheduled to air on Saturday night, October 25th at 7:30pm on BBC. »
[previous: “Mummy on the Orient Express”]
Oh my god
this is so amazing
and just a little bit
adorable (sorry, Doctor!)
(Doctor Who has made a thing out of things being Things, and now the Doctor himself is actually almost Thing. Thing Addams, that is. [Did Thing take the family surname?])
The levels of awesome here are… tiny.
Just when I thought I was out, Doctor Who pulls me back in.
Just as I was thinking that the really cool thing about science fiction is that you can tell almost literally any type of story and Doctor Who seemed to have forgotten this lately in favor of covering old ground or coming up with stuff that doesn’t even work in the you-can-tell-any-kind-of-story-in-science-fiction sort of way, we get this brilliant episode.
I mean: Doctor Who finally took a cue from Flatland! One of the most outrageously speculative works of weird fiction ever. How has the show »
- MaryAnn Johanson
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