As the Doctor's companions on Doctor Who, Amy and Rory have had to face multiple dangers and alien threats. But never, as far as we know, in their very own bathroom.
With Doctor Who celebrating the big 5-0 next year, many have wondered whether or not there would be a regeneration of some sort to make it a memorable event a la ''The End of Time,'' when David Tennant's Tenth Doctor regenerated rather explosively. But Doctor Eleven Matt Smith doubts it'll happen.
Are we all ready for the next Doctor to be a Time Lady on Who? Because if we're to believe Steven Moffat, when our beloved Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) bites the Time Vortex dust, he may just regenerate into a woman.
Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige has apparently teased that the Mad Titan Thanos—briefly glimpsed during the squee-inducing mid-credit sequence for The Avengers—will be a part of that Guardians of the Galaxy film Marvel's now working on.
The Doctor hilariously checks in with the Ponds in the very first episode of the Doctor Who 5-part mini-episode spinoff Pond Life —and let's just say phone messages have never been this exciting.
You can stop holding your breath now, fellow Whovians and general Doctor Who fans. Yes, you can. Because Steven Moffat just made it clear he'll never bring back certain classic Who characters to the show we've all been waiting for, such as the Rani or the Meddling Monk. Question is—why?
If you ask actor Stephen Moyer, his character, Bill Compton, is not evil this year. Nooo, the poor guy has only turned into a religious fanatic with all that Lillith blood stuff thingy. But it doesn't mean the actor hasn't questioned some of True Blood's most uncomfortable scenes this year ... because he has.
While we already know current Time Lord Matt Smith would like to have as many former Doctors back for Who's 50th anniversary specials as they can possibly get, he had yet to reveal which former companion he really wants back for the show's big shindig. Until now.
Captain America and Hobbit actor Richard Armitage is turning 41 today. So what does the official The Hobbit movie twitter page do to celebrate his birthday? Why, they tweet this awesome, high-res pic of the actor as the fearless leader of the company of Dwarves, Thorin Oakenshield.
While we're all super excited about Doctor Who's newest trailer and the confirmation that the show's coming back on Sept. 1st, we have one more reason to get even more thrilled: The Doctor's (Matt Smith) faithful companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darville) are—wait for it—getting their very own series!