Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fanmade Posters #2

Tuesday, May 28, 2013


Hey guys! I thought I would make another post for fanmade posters for the 50th! So please sit back and enjoy them ;)





Aren't they awesome!

and as before... I can't resist posting one of my own!

 you can see more on adwdesigns.blogspot.com

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New layout!

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Hey guys! as Series 7 is now over, I felt the need to make a new layout. This one is for the 50th! Man am I excited!


I used the design I created for my 50th anniversary posters as a template, which can be found on ADW Designs. 

Hope you guys like it!

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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Behind the Scenes with Matt Smith & David Tennant [Video]


Hey guys! So all of those who have seen 'The Name Of The Doctor' I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.. and for those who haven't I hope you enjoy it! Don't worry I won't spoil it ;)

Anyway the BBC and Doctor Who have released a Video  of Matt and David behind the scenes of the 50th Anniversary. Lets take a look!


Does it get you excited for November?



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'Doctor Who' Clara was meant to be Victorian governess, says Neil Gaiman

Friday, May 17, 2013


Neil Gaiman has revealed that Doctor Who companion Clara was originally intended to remain a Victorian governess.


Jenna-Louise Coleman played space-faring Oswin Oswald and a Victorian Clara before debuting as the contemporary version of the character who now travels with Matt Smith's Doctor.


 "The original companion was going to be very much the Victorian governess we saw at Christmas," Gaiman - who wrote Saturday's Who episode 'Nightmare in Silver' - told the Radio Times.

 "I wrote about the first ten pages and then they said they'd changed the companion from what I was expecting to something else."


Gaiman explained that he subsequently had to "reshape" his Cybermen tale to reflect the change.

"We decided they can do more weird stuff if it's now the contemporary third incarnation," he said.


Doctor Who's current series concludes this Saturday (May 18) at 7pm on BBC One.

Finale episode 'The Name of the Doctor' - written by showrunner Steven Moffat - promises to resolve the mystery surrounding Clara's multiple identities.

Source: Digital Spy

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'Doctor Who' finale 'The Name of the Doctor' leaked in US error

Monday, May 13, 2013


Next week's Doctor Who finale 'The Name of the Doctor' has been leaked. The episode is featured on the Series 7 Part 2 Blu-ray release, which was accidentally dispatched early to fans in the US over the weekend


It emerged on May 12th that fans who had pre-ordered the boxset in the US had received the Blu-ray before the final two episodes of the current series had been transmitted.

 Edward Russell, the BBC Brand Manager for Doctor Who, tweeted about the incident and urged those who had received the episodes to not spoil other fans.

 He posted: "Production error in US means DW bluray shipped early. Let's hope no one spoils it for those who want to enjoy it together on Sat. Please RT." The show's official Twitter account has also posted a message concerning the leak.

They too urged fans to consider the enjoyment of others before posting spoilers. They tweeted: "Some US DVDs of this series have gone out early. The #DoctorWho team would be hugely grateful if fans helped keep spoilers off the net."

They continued: "Steven Moffat has promised if fans help keep the finale's secrets, we'll release a special video featuring Matt & David right after the ep!"


 A three-minute prequel for 'The Name of the Doctor' was released by the BBC following the conclusion of last night's episode 'Nightmare in Silver'.

It features the Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara (Jenna Louise Coleman) admitting how little they know of each other.

 Executive producer Steven Moffat has teased the finale episode, saying that the episode will "change the course of Who forever".

 It is thought that the episode will directly lead in to the 50th anniversary special episode, which is scheduled to air on November 23. 'The Name of the Doctor' airs Saturday May 18 at 7pm on BBC One.

Source: Digital Spy

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Russell Tovey confirms 'Doctor Who' audition: It would've terrified me

Tuesday, May 7, 2013


Russell Tovey has revealed that he auditioned for the lead role in Doctor Who.

 The Being Human actor was briefly tipped to replace David Tennant on the BBC sci-fi drama, after appearing in two episodes as the character Midshipman Frame.


The 31-year-old did screen-test for the part of the Eleventh Doctor, according to The Independent, but ultimately lost out to current Who lead Matt Smith.

"It would have terrified me," Tovey is quoted as saying. "I don't know what I would have done with all the attention."


The actor can currently be seen in ITV's new sitcom The Job Lot, which airs on Monday nights at 9.30pm.

Source: Digital Spy

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'Doctor Who' finale to get prequel on BBC red button

Saturday, May 4, 2013


Doctor Who is to debut a special prequel to its finale episode via the BBC's red button service.

A prelude to 'The Name of the Doctor' will be available to watch following Neil Gaiman's 'Nightmare in Silver' on Saturday, May 11, according to the Radio Times.

The three-minute episode will see the Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) speak directly to camera, as each considers how little they know about the other.

'The Name of the Doctor' promises to resolve the ongoing mystery surrounding Clara, while showrunner Steven Moffat has also claimed that the episode will "change the course of Who forever".


"It's full of surprises and questions that have never been answered in the history of Who, including the Doctor's greatest secret," said the sci-fi drama's head writer.

The finale prequel will be available to users of the red button service from 7.40pm to midnight, every evening up until 'The Name of the Doctor' airs on Saturday, May 18.

Source: Digital Spy

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Doctor Who: The Crimson Horror Teasers

Thursday, May 2, 2013


Mark Gatiss pens his second Doctor Who episode of 2013 - following the exemplary 'Cold War', Gothic romp 'The Crimson Horror' sees horror nut Gatiss back on more familiar ground...

Dynamic trio Madame Vastra, Jenny and Strax return, but with the Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) missing, do they have what it takes to unravel the sinister machinations of perfidious hag Mrs Gillyflower (guest star Diana Rigg)?


Doctor Who continues on BBC One on Saturday (May 4) at 6.30pm - check out our ten teasers for 'The Crimson Horror' below. Mild spoilers!

1. Peter Davison fans will be happy - look out for a reference to the Fifth Doctor's era.

2. "Swoon! Have a funny turn! Fit of the vapours!"

3. Expect the first 'Doctor snogging' moment since 'The Snowmen'.

4. "Horse - you have failed in your mission!"

5. The Doctor busts out his Northern accent for the first time since 'The Rebel Flesh'.

6. "The bright day is done, child, and you are for the dark."

7. Kung-fu in Victorian Yorkshire? Oh, go on then.

8. "Nothing must interfere with the great work!"

9. The villain may be "sweet" - but sadly the Kandyman doesn't make a cameo.

10. "It's complicated."


Source: Digital Spy

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