We're quickly approaching the holiday season, so why not give the gift that keeps on giving year after year, and deck your friends' halls—well, their trees—with ornaments that celebrate not just the season, but also their favorite movies and TV shows?
The trailer for the upcoming Doctor Who 2011 Christmas special is out NOW. Titled ''The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe'' it definitely looks like Steven Moffat has managed to sprinkle that bit of Christmassy Doctor Who magic once again.
Doctor Who's Matt Smith wants to give you the shirt off his back. Literally. But before any of you get any weird pervy ideas about this, let's rev this up a bit.
Can you smell it? It's the smell of fire! Um ... we mean Christmas! The first official picture for the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special has just been released. And it's all fiery running action.
In the wake of the news that the BBC is hatching a big-screen Doctor Who without Matt Smith—despite the fact that some BBC employees didn't know—there has been some speculation as to who could step in the Doctor's cinematic shoes. But one genre-friendly British actor wants no part of it.
With the exciting news that we were going to get a big-screen Doctor Who came the realization that director David Yates was going to recast the role of the Doctor. But who could play that galaxy-hopping madman with a blue box?
Yesterday we heard that David Yates, the master of the final four Harry Potter films, had been tapped to direct a big screen version of Doctor Who that would feature entirely new stars and continuity. Whether you love or hate it, there's no denying it's big news, but a few people at the BBC didn't even seem to think it was actually happening.
When it comes to holiday gift giving, movies and TV are an awesome way to go. With a rare, limited or collector's edition of a beloved film or TV series—you're as good as gold. To kick-start the holiday shopping season, we found some of the biggest and most wanted DVDs and Blu-rays 2011 has to offer.
Director David Yates, who ably guided the last four Harry Potter films to meteoric success, is working with the BBC to fashion a big-screen adventure for the last of the Time Lords. Good news, yes? Perhaps ... unless you like any of the actors or continuity developed for the TV show.
David Tennant and John Barrowman aren't the only ones who are angsty and ready to make a return appearance on Doctor Who for the show's 50th Anniversary shindig in 2013. There's another former companion to the beloved Time Lord who's also keen to step back into the TARDIS.