Despite the fact that Ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston said about Doctor Who, ''I never bathe in the same river twice,'' and that he'd never return to Who, it's not deterring the current Eleventh Time Lord, Matt Smith, from really wanting Eccleston to step back into the TARDIS for the show's 50th Anniversary specials once more.
Yesterday, the BBC tweeted that they would announce an "iconic star" who would be appearing on Doctor Who. Who could it be? In the parlance of Abbott and Costello—exactly!
Ah, the humble Stormtrooper. For some, it's a symbol of Imperial oppression. For others, it's a joke about bad blaster aim. And for still others, it's a canvas just waiting for a creative cosplayer to imprint their vision on it.
The official Doctor Who season seven trailer is HERE! And though we knew for sure it was gonna be EPIC, we're still surprised by how sad it also is. Because these are, after all, the final days of our beloved Ponds. So are you guys ready for more completely mad timey-wimey adventures with the Doctor? We sure are! ''Geronimo!''
There's a very, very spoilery (and explosive) pic from the upcoming seventh season of Doctor Who that's making the rounds on the Internet right now. Warning: View it at at your own peril because of DRAMATIC SPOILERS!
In the wake of Doctor Who actress Mary Tamm's recent passing, the man who played the Doctor to her Romana, Tom Baker, has decided to pay a heartfelt tribute to the late actress.
Steven Moffat has once again sounded off on that whole David Yates-wants-to-do-a-Doctor-Who-movie-but-we-won't-let-him saga and the Who showrunner offered a dire warning: doing a Doctor Who movie with a rebooted continuity and a different Doctor that's NOT associated with the BBC TV show would 'destroy' the franchise.
Over the years, the Doctor has had to fight dozens of mighty enemies on Doctor Who: From Sontarans, to Daleks, to Cybermen and more recently the Weeping Angels. But now, our good ol' Time Lord is about to fight the mother of them all: The Statue of Liberty.
It's always really cool to see/hear a sci-fi icon gush about another sci-fi icon. In this case, we've got Doctor Who's Matt Smith showering some bromantic love on Farscape's Ben Browder.
The BBC confirmed this morning that Mary Tamm, who played the first incarnation of Romana alongside Tom Baker's Doctor, died in hospital after a long battle with cancer at the age of 62.