New Doctor Who set pics (and a video!) for the fifth episode of series 7 have surfaced, and they feature none other than Who showrunner Steven Moffat's greatest monster creation ever: the Weeping Angels. That, plus it also has the sad distinction of being the last episode that'll feature the Doctor's beloved companions the Ponds. (Sniff!)
The new Doctor Who Magazine is out today (sorry guys: U.K. only for now, we'll have to wait a bit here in North America), and the most exciting part of the issue is that it includes the scene new Who companion Jenna-Louise Coleman used to audition with alongside Matt Smith's Doctor.
We love Easter. That's because those of us who aren't eating matzoh or ignoring holidays in general get to decorate plain hardboiled eggs to our heart's content. And our heart wants an Easter egg painted to look like an alien. Or a zombie. Or a superhero.
We're up for any Doctor Who video game the universe wants to generate for us, but we probably would have been even more stoked if the Doctor's game console adventures had happened way back in the age of the NES.
Imagine you schemed up a joke on April Fool's Day, then woke up the day after to find it slowly coming true. That's what seems to be happening in the world of Doctor Who fandom, where a harmless phony news story has suddenly morphed into a slightly credible rumor that the Doctor will gender swap for the first time in his 50-year history.
It seems every Doctor Who fan out there has an opinion on which era of Dalek is the best. Now, apparently The Doctor himself, Matt Smith, has chimed in on which deadly, alien pepper pot is his favorite.
Guess we truly haven't the last of those pesky evil space pepperpots, the Daleks, on Doctor Who! While we knew the Doctor's (Matt Smith) most enduring mortal enemies were set for a return appearance in the upcoming seventh season of the show (we did see a Dalek eye-stalk in the first preview trailer last week), it appears that we may get to see more of them than we thought.
Seems like the impending wrath of Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat is not enough to deter Harry Potter director David Yates from bringing his own version of the Time Lord's story to the big screen. 'Cause like it or not, he says he's still making the film.
Getting the gig as the next companion on Doctor Who often implies having some mad James Bond-type skills that mostly include secret keeping and having to lie to everybody you know. That's what Jenna-Louise Coleman had to do to keep the fact that she'd been chosen as The Doctor's new companion a secret from everyone.
Do you, Crafty Nerd, take this Whovian to be your lawfully wedded wife? To have and to hold, and not leave her on some rogue moon populated by robot succubi with delusions of grandeur? If so, then you'd better have an appropriately awesome, custom-made piece of jewelry to seal the deal. Something like this.