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Doctor Who: Series 11 What We Know So Far - Part 2

Yes So we have been receiving more news about Series 11 and filming has been continuing across the UK. So on Tuesday the new logo...

Doctor Who Series 7 Posters [Fanmade]

Thursday, April 24, 2014

So... here are some posters that were designed for Series 7 of Doctor Who. I thought i'd start looking back at previous series, whilst we wait for the series 8.

Great right?


Heroes Reborn to have online prequel

Thursday, April 17, 2014

The upcoming reboot of Heroes will launch alongside an online prequel to the series.

NBC announced on Tuesday (April 15) that Heroes Reborn: Digital Series will be among the first series to premiere on the network's website as part of its new original online video push.

"It's exciting to bring original content to the forefront on all of our digital platforms," said Robert Hayes, executive vice president, Digital Media, NBC Entertainment.

"We are lucky to once again be in business with some of the top producers in Hollywood making new content to further engage fans."

NBC announced its intention to revive Heroes in February, though it is still unclear if any previous cast members will return for the new 13-part run.

Robert Knepper, however, has revealed that he is keen to reprise his role of Samuel in the new limited series.

Heroes Reborn will premiere on NBC in 2015.

Source: Digital Spy


[SPOILERS] First Episode Title Revealed for Series 8?

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi have been spotted filming the third episode of Series 8 titled ' Robots Of Sherwood'. It is currently unknown whether this will remain the title or whether it will be a working title.

The title suggest Robots and Robin Hood? The third episode has been written by Mark Gatiss and is so far set to guest star Tom Riley. 

Here are a few pictures from filming:

Also a few websites have been stating that episode 6 is rumoured to be called Kill The Moon

Neither of the titles have been confirmed yet but 'Robots' is most likely to be a working title if it is not the official one.


Happy Birthday Peter Capaldi!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Happy Birthday to The Doctor himself, Peter Capaldi, he is 56 today!

He is best known for taking over the role of The Doctor from Matt Smith at Christmas and will star in his first full series later this year.

He previously starred in Doctor Who as Caecilius in Series 4's episode, 'The Fires Of Pompeii." Capaldi also starred in Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood, he portrayed John Frobisher in Series 3 (Children Of Earth.)

Aside from Doctor Who, he is well known for playing Malcolm Tucker in BBC Series 'The Thick Of It."

He also appeared in the BBC adaptation of The Nativity in 2010 and most recently appeared in The Musketeers.

Capaldi is also the Narrator for the Anchor cheese adverts since 2013.


Marvel's Agents of SHIELD: Cobie Smulders to return as Maria Hill

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Cobie Smulders is to reprise her role as Maria Hill in Marvel's Agents of SHIELD.

It has been confirmed that the 32-year-old actress, who appeared in the pilot of the sci-fi series, will star in episode 20 of the first season, 'Nothing Personal', airing in the US on April 29.

According to TVLine, Smulders' character will team up with Agent Coulson.

The former How I Met Your Mother actress has starred as Maria Hill in both The Avengers and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Meanwhile, although the ABC series is yet to be officially renewed, executive producer Jeph Loeb has said that he is hoping for "100 more" episodes.

Co-exec Jeff Bell has also confirmed that the events of movie The Winter Soldier will continue to impact the TV series.

Source: Digital Spy


Quotes of the Week: 3/3/14 - 7/4/14

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Here are all the quotes from 3rd March until 7th April 2014, I will start again from 14th April 2014.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK - W/C: 03/3/2014 "You have a wooden Time Machine, Do you feel stupid?" - Amy Pond, Meanwhile Inside The TARDIS(Series 5 Minisode)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK - W/C: 10/3/2014 "You're talking, but all I hear is; meh-meh-meh-meh-meh!" - Clara Oswald, Hide (7x09)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK - W/C: 17/3/2014 "You're like a nine-year-old trying to rebuild a motorbike in his bedroom. And you never read the instructions" - Idris, The Doctors Wife (6x04)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK - W/C: 24/3/2014 "He is too skinny for words. Give him a hug you get a papercut" - Donna Noble, The Sontaran Stratagem (4x04)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK - W/C: 31/3/2014 "The pointing again! They're screwdrivers! What are you going to do, assemble a cabinet at them?" - The War Doctor, The Day of The Doctor (50th Anniversary Special)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK - W/C: 7/4/2014 "Legs! I've still got legs! Good. Arms. Hands. Oo! Fingers. Lots of fingers. Ears. Yes. Eyes two. Nose. And I've had worse. Chin. Blimey. Hair. I'm a girl. No no. I'm not a girl. And still not ginger. Something important! I'm- I'm- crashing! Ha ha! Geronimo! " - The 11th Doctor, The End Of Time (2010 Special)


Doctor Who: Ben Miller to play villain in Mark Gatiss episode


Ben Miller is to play a villain on Doctor Who.

Miller will face off against Peter Capaldi's new Doctor in the BBC sci-fi drama's next series.

"As a committed Whovian I cannot believe my luck in joining the Twelfth Doctor for one of his inaugural adventures," the actor and comic said. "My only worry is that they'll make me leave the set when I'm not filming."

Miller will appear in an episode penned by Mark Gatiss, set to air later in 2014.

"Mark Gatiss has written us a storming villain for his new episode," said lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat.

"With Capaldi in the TARDIS, we knew we needed somebody special to send everybody behind the sofa. And quite frankly, it's about time Ben Miller was in Doctor Who!"

48-year-old Miller previously played the lead in BBC One's Death in Paradise and appeared in ITV sci-fi Primeval.

He is also known for his comedy work opposite Alexander Armstrong, who previously appeared in Doctor Who in 2011 and provided voice work for spinoff The Sarah Jane Adventures.

Other guest stars joining Miller in the next series of Doctor Who include Tom Riley (Da Vinci's Demons) and Keeley Hawes (Line of Duty).

Source: Digital Spy


‘Da Vinci’s Demons’ star Tom Riley joins ‘Doctor Who’ series 8

32 year-old British actor Tom Riley is set to appear in the upcoming eighth series of Doctor Who in an episode written by veteran Who scribe Mark Gatiss.

Riley has previously appeared in detective dramas Lewis and Monroe, St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold (alongside former Doctor Who star David Tennant), comedy series Twenty Twelve and STARZ’s Da Vinci’s Demons, in which he plays Leonardo Da Vinci.

On the news, Riley tweeted: “Well, that’s out then. I’ve been a massive fan since I was even smaller than Jenna. Very excited. @MarkGatiss’s script is awesome.”

Just as Riley’s exact role remains a mystery, little is known of his episode as a whole although it has been confirmed that Gatiss is writing two episodes for Capaldi’s Doctor. However, Gatiss has clarified that though he has been commissioned for two episodes, “that doesn’t mean they’ll both necessarily be in this season.”

Facts about the new series are slowly coming together. Besides Mark Gatiss, other confirmed writers include Steven Moffat, Stephen Thompson and Phil Ford, while the other big guest name so far announced to be appearing in the series is Keeley Hawes.

Hawes, known for roles in Ashes to Ashes, Upstairs, Downstairs and more recently Line of Duty, is to appear as the villainous Miss Delphox in Phil Ford’s episode for the series. She will be a tough alien businesswoman, described by the BBC as a “powerful out of this world character with a dark secret.”

Source: Hypable


Doctor Who Series 8 Fanmade Posters #4

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Here are some more posters or other designs that are fanmade which I have found around the web. There seem to be more appearing all the time. So check them out!

Aren't they great?!


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