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According to The Daily Bugle, Marvel may be considering giving Spider-Man additional shape-shifting powers, so that when it's time for the next reboot, the actor can simply be recast, and a different take on the character pursued, without the other characters around him batting an eyelid.
(The idea of nano-masks (as seen in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Marvel's Agents of Shield) was mooted, but seeing as Spider-Man already wears a mask, it was understood that the concept of masks within masks would require Christopher Nolan to direct, and he's not available.)
The BBC television show Doctor Who has followed a similar approach, with great success.
This obviously would have the added advantage of allowing many fan-favourite actors, such as Donald Glover and Nathan Fillion, the chance to play the character. Or Dollhouse's versatile Enver Gjokaj could just play them all.
An unnamed source said, “Obviously, the Spider-Man »
Recently, Sound on Sight was given the opportunity to ask comic writer Cavan Scott a few questions about his upcoming Ninth Doctor comic series with Titan Comics. Cavan Scott is the co-author of the bestselling book Doctor Who: Who-Ology as well as the Titan series Penguins of Madagascar.
Tori Michel for Sound on Sight: Obviously from your website, you’re a massive Whovian. Who is your favorite Doctor? Companion? Villain?
Cavan Scott: Favourite Doctor? Well, that has to be the Doctor of my childhood – Tom Baker! Favourite Companion? Too difficult to choose – I’m very fond of Sarah Jane (who isn’t?) but Romana,Tegan, Ace and Martha feature high on my list as well. Oh, and of course, K9! Favourite Villain? Well,there’s the Daleks, but I’m a big fan of the Zygons… and the Master. So, a Zygon pretending to be the Master and working with the Daleks, »
- Tori Michel
So you’ve clicked the link looking for the news, eh? Well, dear readers, we’ve got the news. Coming at you faster than Jeremy Clarkson’s fall from grace, the Kasterborous News Blast is here with the details you need to know. Today, we look at the outcome of Jnt’s bus nomination, Tennant back in the studio...
- Nick Kitchen
Lots to get through on this week’s podKast, from Game of Thrones‘ Maisie Williams’ casting in Doctor Who and Big Finish’s new licence to a discussion on the return of the hugely influentials The X-Files. Christian Cawley, James McLean and Brian A Terranova are your hosts. Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 8 Shownotes The X-Files returns!...
- Christian Cawley
A sell-out smash on its world premiere in Australia, the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular is now heading to the UK, with a limited run of thirteen performances - hosted by Peter Davison - being held in London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow.
Gold spoke to Digital Spy about what to expect from the Symphonic Spectacular and his decade with Doctor Who.
The best way of describing it is like a massive rock concert...
The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular has been a big success in other parts of the world - what should fans in the UK expect?
"150 people on the stage, gigantic video projections, full orchestra, full symphonic choir, and loads of monsters - the best »
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has had a release date set of February 19, 2016.
As the Bennet sisters deal with society's pressure to marry, they must also contend with hordes of zombies rampaging across the English countryside.
Burr Steers directs from a screenplay he co-wrote with David O Russell, while the film is produced by Brian Oliver, Allison Shearmur, Sean McKittrick, Natalie Portman, Annette Savitch, Tyler Thompson and Marc Butan. »
One of the great things about Doctor Who is its current star, Peter Capaldi, a man for whom being the Doctor seems to be a full-time job, just as it was for his more illsutrious predecessors, such as William Hartnell, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker. Capaldi’s public appearances have been perfect, whether he’s on stage...
The post How the Doctor Celebrated Ten Years of NuWho appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Christian Cawley
If you’ve clicked this then there’s a big chance that you don’t need any more convincing. You’re a Whovian and your mind has been made up a long time ago.
Because, let’s face it, Doctor Who is simply the best sci-fi show you have ever watched. You’re happy that, in recent years, it has gone up from cult status to an incredible mainstream popularity and, should a Church of Doctor Who ever be legally established, you’d be the first to apply for the post of ‘High Priest and Keeper of the Sacred Relics of Rassilon’. Yes, you and millions of other counter candidates from around the world (hi, there!).
But let’s just pretend for a few minutes that you’re new to this. You’ve heard of Doctor Who and roll your eyes every time your friends arduously debate about it »
- Adrian Serban
Fictional romances are, well, fiction. They subtract all of the monotonous and everyday aspects of life from the equation, leaving only an over-emphasized, unrealistic and almost satirized depiction of love to flood our emotional receptors (and it is usually quite effective).
Most fictional narratives stretch “love” into a catastrophic force –gravity without mathematical limitations. And it was this overwhelming force that shattered the Doctor’s heart(s) to bits when his beloved Rose was left stranded on the shores of another universe. Well, no wonder their romance ended tragically. The “gravity” that tethered these two lovers to the ground simultaneously left their heads drifting in the clouds.
Since we are human, though (really then, Doctor, you shouldn’t be vulnerable to these humany-wumany emotions!), we admittedly desire to experience a fairytale-inspired love story at some point. You know, your average fairytale, where an alien whisks you among stars a »
- Anna Rinaldi
Announced over the weekend, Big Finish are set to continue their excellence adaptations of the Virgin Adventures Novels into 2016 with five new titles announced – starring the Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy. In December 2015, Doctor Who: Theatre of War, written and adapted by Justin Richards, sees The Seventh Doctor, Ace (Sophie Aldred) and Bernice...
- Andrew Reynolds
Arya from “Game of Thrones” has landed a chance to climb into the Tardis.Having landed back in the UK fresh from touring the Us, today Maisie Williams sets foot on the Doctor Who Tardis to take up a guest role in the hit BBC America show that returns to our screens this fall. Maisie has already found global fame and is renowned for her role as Arya Stark in the international fantasy drama series Game of Thrones. She also starred in the one-off docu-drama Cyberbully and was cast as one of the leads of Carol Morley’s drama The Falling. As […] »
- April Neale
Former BBC drama bigwig Ben Stephenson has joined J.J. Abrams‘ Bad Robot production company to lead its television department. Stephenson, who previously served as controller, Drama Commissioning for the BBC, will oversee all aspects of development and production for the department, working from Los Angeles. At the BBC, Stephenson was responsible for commissioning “Sherlock,” “The Missing,” “Luther” and other dramas. He also oversaw long-running series “Doctor Who” and “EastEnders.” Also Read: Paramount, J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Extend First-Look Deal Through 2018 “It is a thrill to welcome Ben Stephenson into the Bad Robot family,” Abrams said of the new addition. “His love of. »
- Tim Kenneally
First off, I’d just like to say I Love the Daleks! When Sydney Newman first proposed the idea for Doctor Who back in the hazy black-and-white 60s, he made it quite clear that he didn’t want any “bug-eyed monsters.” Then came along the Daleks and arguably secured the show’s future. But that was never meant...
The post “Did I mention it also travels in time?” appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Simon Blake
We don’t know if Maisie Williams will end up doing the film adaptation of The Last of Us, but she has shot a role that will let fans of her Game of Thrones character see the actress in a new light. Williams is now on set for Doctor Who, shooting a guest role that will be part […]
- Russ Fischer
Maisie Williams' nerd cred just got even bigger!
"I'm so excited to be working on Doctor Who as it's such a big and important part of British Culture. I can't wait to meet the cast and crew and start filming, especially as we'll be shooting not too far from my home town," the actress said in a statement.
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Doctor Who is getting an injection of Westeros next season. Maisie Williams will guest star on the popular BBC series that returns to BBC America this fall. "I'm so excited to be working on Doctor Who as it's such a big and important part of British Culture," the Game of Thrones star said in a statement. "I can't wait to meet the cast and crew and start filming, especially as we'll be shooting not too far from my home town." Williams stars as Arya Stark in HBO's hit Game of Thrones. Her other roles include The Falling and Cyberbully. "We're thrilled to have Maisie Williams joining us on Doctor Who. It's not possible to say too much about who or what she's »
British-born actor, who plays Arya Stark in the HBO television series, to appear in BBC sci-fi show later this year
The actor, from Bristol, was in Cardiff to film her part in the new series of the long-running BBC sci-fi show which will be on TV later this year.
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- Press Association
Landing a coveted role in Doctor Who is a surefire way to guarantee future employment. In fact, if the big screen doesn’t beckon after you’ve left your mark on the mythology of one of TV’s most formidable franchises, you’ve probably done something wrong.
Most of the time, though, the show’s cast are destined for bigger and better things when the time comes for them to call it a day on their extra terrestrial escapades. Their respective tenures in the Tardis make them household names and, after paying their dues and facing off with a plethora of the universe’s most formidable foes, it’s only fair that they should leave the Whoniverse feeling safe in the knowledge that the world is now their oyster. After all, they’ve saved it enough times!
So, what are our stars of time and space up to now, »
- Dan Butler
Here’s one we forgot to share with you last week, a great tenth anniversary video celebrating Doctor Who‘s return on March 26th 2005 by the very talented John Smith, charting the events from Rose to Death in Heaven. Of the video, he says: Ten years ago today, ‘Rose’ first aired on our television screens and...
- Christian Cawley
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