With Doctor Who's 50th anniversary fast approaching, we've been hearing lots of buzz about what exciting things Who showrunner Steven Moffat may have in store. Now a new BBC internal job posting may have revealed another piece of the puzzle.
Remember when Matt Smith recently said that he was planning on staying, oh, like, forever as the Eleventh Doctor on Doctor Who? Well, it looks like the actor may have changed his mind after all.
Image of the Day: Brilliant TARDIS TV cabinet is bigger on the inside
Filming your last scene ever on a TV series can screw with your already heightened emotions and self-control, making you do things you'd never, ever do in a million years. Like, maybe, fondling and groping your co-star? Well, that's exactly what Karen Gillan did when she filmed her very last scene on Doctor Who.
As a centuries-old time traveler, the Doctor has lost more than one companion over the course of Doctor Who's soon-to-be 50-year run. While most departures became a blip on the Doctor's radar (companions DO come and go), sometimes they happened to be totally heart-wrenching for our beloved Time Lord, as in the recent cases of Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) and Donna Noble (Catherine Tate).
The end of Doctor Who's sixth season left us on a major cliffhanger with one question, some might say it's the question — "Doctor Who?" But was Steven Moffat being serious? Will the question that is the very title of the show really be answered? At San Diego Comic Con, he gave his answer.
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Right now, there are a whole lot of Whovians camped in line at the San Diego Convention Center, waiting for their Doctor to come to Hall H. Many in line will no doubt reading this post on their tablets and smart phones.
One of the best things about the San Diego Comic-Con is the wonderful assortment of costumes and the enthusiasm with which fans wear them. And this year is no exception!
Image of the Day: Nerd couple's awesome TARDIS and lightsaber tats