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The Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay will re-open on Friday, October 24.
The award-winning attraction - closed since September 1 - will now feature a newly scripted storyline starring the Twelfth Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi.
The special storyline - written by Joseph Lidster (Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures) and directed by Paul Wilmshurst (Doctor Who, Da Vinci's Demons) - begins in the Gallifrey Museum and will lead fans to the heart of the Tardis.
The exhibition space will also be given a refresh, with new props from Capaldi's debut series as well as sets and monsters from throughout Doctor Who's history.
Stephen Davies - Director of Live Events and Entertainment at BBC Worldwide - says: "As with all of the best Doctor Who adventures, we've undergone our very own regeneration down at the Doctor Who Experience and we're sure Doctor Who fans will be thrilled to take part in a »
The BBC has released the official synopsis for episode 9 of Series 8 – and it certainly sounds creepy! Here’s what’s coming up in Flatline: Separated from the Doctor, Clara discovers a new menace from another dimension. But how do you hide when even the walls are no protection? With people to save and the Doctor
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- Philip Bates
Spacesuits, spacesuits and more spacesuits - here's some stills from Doctor Who series 8's Kill The Moon...
It's time once more for that weekly tradition - the BBC releasing heaps of images from this Saturday's Doctor Who. We can pore over them, speculate and prepare mentally for this weekend's Tardis outing.
Up this week is Kill The Moon, which looks set to be one of the scariest episodes in a while. Some familiar spacesuits, and faces, appear in the pics. Have a look for yourself...
Kill The Moon airs this Saturday on BBC One. Find our spoiler-free review here.
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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: A Fascinating Profile of Omni […]
- Peter Sciretta
The Minister of Chance, Dan Freeman’s Doctor Who spin-off that gained life of its own several year’s after the eponymous character’s first appearance in Death Comes to Time (a BBC online Doctor Who story starring Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred) is about to make the unusual transition from podcast to film! Re-read that: it’s audacious,
The post The Minister of Chance Movie Kickstarter Launches! appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Christian Cawley
Who out there in the fandom is a crafty type person, good with do-it-yourself projects? Or do you want to maybe add a little Whovian flair to your home? Then read on! We’ve got some lovely ideas for Diy projects and Whovian home decor. The crew at CNET has brought us the one thing every
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- Rebecca Crockett
It is with sadness, dear readers, that we report the passing of actress Maggie Stables. Primarily a stage actress, she is part of the Whoniverse through her excellent work with Big Finish, most notably as the “first elderly companion” of the Doctor, Evelyn Smythe. She played many other roles for Big Finish, including playing Ruthley
- Nick Kitchen
Controversial comedian returns to the corporation with iPlayer-only show picking over the entrails of the independence vote
Frankie Boyle is back! The second most controversial man on television (theres only one Jeremy Clarkson) returned to the BBC with a one-off programme reflecting on the Scottish referendum. The iPlayer-only affair features a variety of guests because many people consider me a cunt, the BBC have decided I cant be trusted on my own, says Boyle. He believes the BBC is capable of presenting Scotland accurately, despite recent criticism. Doctor Who is Scottish and its difficult to think of a more archetypal Scottish character, he adds. An old man armed with a screwdriver dragging young women into a phone box. They call me the Doctor. Im taking you back to the 1970s. Like Mock the Week meets Charlie Brookers Screenwipe, the most memorable contribution comes not from Boyle but the Scottish chap »
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: Lightsaber Replacement Keys: […]
- Peter Sciretta
It’s another full week of pilots, premieres, and finales, giving us plenty of TV to discuss on the pilot. We kick things off with a little reality chat before moving on to the comedies, including the premieres of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Key & Peele, as well as the finale of Garfunkel and Oates. Then we move on to the genre offerings, including the premieres of Marvel’s Agents of Shield and Person of Interest, as well as the Outlander midseason finale. Last up are the dramas, including quick looks at the NCIS: New Orleans pilot and the Scandal and Parenthood premieres, and a lengthier chat about the season two finale of Masters of Sex. Afterward, the DVD Shelf is back, with Mike Worby, Games Editor of SoS, joining us to discuss Six Feet Under.
Our Week in Reality and Comedy (12:18-26:23): The Amazing Race premiere, Top Chef Duels, »
- Kate Kulzick
WoodRocket.com have announced that Doctor Whore, their hit adult parody of the hit science fiction television series Doctor Who, has been released as a longer, extended version on DVD. Yes, just like the Tardis, Doctor Whore on DVD will be bigger on the inside!
Says director Lee Roy Myers:
We are completely blown away by how big of a hit Doctor Whore has been for us. I think that if people liked what we released online, then they are going to love the longer version on DVD. And how could anyone argue the fact that a longer Doctor Whore could be the best thing to ever happen to intergalactic humping?
Check out the cover art (censored to save the blushes of the interwebs) below:
Doctor Whore was directed by Lee Roy Myers (Game of Bones, SpongeKnob SquareNuts) and stars Skin Diamond, April O’Neil, Tara Lynn Foxx, Ava Dalush, »
- Phil Wheat
How I'd love it if any of this season's dismal new wave of romantic comedies, all vying to be the next How I Met Your Mother, made me Lol. Sadly, I'm more inclined to search for a "cringe" emoticon, especially where ABC's two new Tuesday night entries are concerned.
The less objectionable is Selfie (8/7c), a strained attempt to update Pygmalion to the Instagram era, but coming off more like My Fair Lucy — because this Eliza Doolittle, here called Eliza Dooley (Doctor Who's Karen Gillan), is silly and vapid beyond belief or tolerance.
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- Matt Roush
If you’re a fan of Minecraft on the Xbox 360, you may well be wondering where the Doctor Who Minecraft Dlc is, following August’s announcement that it would be released in September. Not being active Minecraft fans, we were first alerted to the apparently absent Dlc yesterday, but happily BBC Worldwide have responded to our
- Christian Cawley
It’s a question many viewers would surely roll their eyes at. Doctor Who address real life issues? Come on, it’s a kid’s show! Spare us your navel gazing, let’s just enjoy the Daleks! But you don’t have to look too hard to find examples where the programme has done exactly that. Not in every story,
- Jonathan Appleton
The BBC are certainly spoiling us with Series 8 of Doctor Who, and today we can share with you the trailer above and a stunning collection of images from Kill The Moon! This week’s episode sees the Doctor and Clara finding themselves on the moon… with spiders! If all of that doesn’t excite you, there’s
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- Christian Cawley
Almost every Doctor Who writer has a certain thumbprint that they tend to leave on the stories they write. Steven Moffat has mind-melting time paradoxes, Classic Who scribe Robert Holmes had unsubtle political commentary, and Gareth Roberts has the Doctor trying to blend in with modern day humans; with The Caretaker being his third episode in a row to use this plot device.
But that’s not necessarily a bad thing since he tends to do it very well. Despite the mass of similarities to The Lodger (2010) and Closing Time (2011), The Caretaker manages to carve its own little niche as a relaxed comedic episode thanks largely to the completely different character dynamics at play this time around.
The real thing that the episode has going for it is the humour. It’s not the out there gag-a-minute humour of Robot Of Sherwood but it’s still a very »
- James T. Cornish
More frightening than a barrage of green laser blasts, more eerie than a spillage in Geography class, and more menacing than a sinister puddle, it’s the Kasterborous News Blast! This week’s trip to the Promised Land includes a chance to buy the clothes right off of Clara’s back, a Radiophonic classroom of sound, a slew
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- Drew Boynton
The growing phenomena of event cinema took another step forward over the weekend, as a special performance of Billy Elliot The Musical was broadcast live to cinemas (both in the UK and abroad) from the stage of the Palace Theatre in London.
Reuniting the three people who originated the role of Billy Elliot on the stage - Liam Mower, James Lomas and George Maguire - amongst a cast of past Billys, what's of particular note is just how much business the performance did in cinemas. For early figures suggest that Billy Elliot The Musical Live topped the UK box office over the weekend, with a take of £1.9m. Second placed The Equalizer grossed £1.89m.
Billy Elliot has thus enjoyed the biggest opening for any event cinema presentation thus far (beating even Doctor Who »
With the help of "Frozen" characters coming onboard, the fourth season premiere of ABC's fantasy drama "Once Upon a Time" hit a two year high with 9.3 million viewers and a 3.4 rating - up 30% in last year's Live+Same Day results.
The results weren't so pleasant for ABC's other shows - "Resurrection" fell from a 3.8 for its mid-season premiere to a 2.2 for its second season bow. The fourth season of "Revenge" similarly plummeted with a 1.4 rating - down from 2.4 for last season's premiere. [Source: The Live Feed]
Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"), Rafe Spall ("Life of Pi") and Oona Chaplin ("Game of Thrones") are set to co-star in a 90-minute special of the anthology series "Black Mirror". It will be broadcast on Channel 4 in December.
Filming begins this week on three interweaved stories of "Yuletide techno-paranoia". Hamm's character appears in all three stories. [Source: Screen]
Naomi Campbell has jumped onboard Fox's hip-hop drama »
- Garth Franklin
Final Update, 3:30 Pm: Final grosses have been updated for the following films: The Equalizer, The Maze Runner, The Boxtrolls, Annabelle, Lucy, Hercules, Into the Storm, Let’s Be Cops, The Drop, If I Stay, The Dwarf, Boyhood, Get On Up, Sex Tape, horror films The Purge: Anarchy and As Above/So Below, 22 Jump Street, El Nino, Relatos Salvajes, Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends, and the big U.S. tentpoles Guardians of the Galaxy, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Also added are the thriller about hacking
2Nd Update, 6:37 Pm Pt: Despite the arrival of The Equalizer on 4,994 international screens, for a total take of $19M (including Village Roadshow markets), and the continued effort of The Maze Runner, this was a reasonably quiet overseas weekend whose initial estimates for the Top 10 studio releases are down about 15% on last frame. Those numbers don »
- Nancy Tartaglione
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