Doctor Who actress Jenna Coleman seen arriving at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party held at Kensington Gardens, London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 6th July 2016
Jenna Coleman - 'Me Before You' U.K. Premiere - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 25th May 2016
The metal singer will be lending his scream to the Time Lord’s latest foe.
Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor will be giving ‘Doctor Who’ viewers a fright soon, as he provides the scream for villain, the Fisher King. The metal singer is said to be a huge fan of the BBC show and was contacted by producers to lend his unique howl to the alien warlord.
Corey Taylor will provide the scream for The Fisher King.
A source told The Mirror, “Production got in touch with Slipknot because they heard Corey and the band love the show. They gave them a VIP tour and asked if Corey wanted to record his famous scream.”
Continue reading: Slipknot's Corey Taylor To Voice Alien Warlord In 'Doctor Who'
The new series of ‘Doctor Who’ begins tonight on BBC1.
‘Doctor Who’ stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman have recreated The Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road cover ahead of the premiere of the show’s latest series. The photo also comes just days after Coleman confirmed she would be exiting the series to focus on her new ITV role as Queen Victoria, leaving fans to search for the hidden meanings.
The actress has reportedly left the BBC series after signing on to play Queen Victoria on ITV.
Jenna Coleman has reportedly quit her role as Clara Oswald on ‘Doctor Who’, after scoring the lead in a new ITV drama about Queen Victoria. Coleman has played the Timelord’s companion Clara Oswald for three years on the BBC sci-fi series, becoming the longest-serving assistant in recent times.
Jenna Coleman could be done as the Timelord’s assistant.
According to The Mirror, Coleman will star as Queen Victoria in a £10million ITV drama and will leave ‘Doctor Who’ before this year’s Christmas special. A source told the newspaper. “Jenna clinched the role of Victoria a while ago but it’s been a very closely guarded secret.”
The versatile actor will be appearing an episode penned by his ex-'League of Gentlemen' colleague Mark Gatiss.
The 45 year old actor will appear alongside the current timelord Peter Capaldi and his assistant Jenna Coleman. Shearsmith gave a reaction to the news by saying: “I am absolutely thrilled to be filming ‘Doctor Who’ as Mark Gatiss has written a fantastic role for me in a very scary episode. It has been so exciting to be part of a very singular episode – which, I can say with authority will be unlike any previous episode of ‘Doctor Who’.”
Reece Shearsmith will be making a guest appearance in the next series of 'Doctor Who'
Continue reading: Reece Shearsmith To Make Guest Appearance In New Series Of 'Doctor Who'
Sleep easy Whovians, The Doctor isn't going away anytime soon.
'Doctor Who' showrunner Steven Moffat has assured fans of the series’ future, saying he expects the show to last at least five more years. Moffat was speaking to Doctor Who magazine as the series celebrates 10 years since its 2005 revival on the BBC.
Speaking about the show’s success Moffat said, “I thought it would last ten years. I didn’t think it would last ten years with BBC Worldwide trying to get me in a room to talk about their plan for the next five years!”
Maisie Williams, the actress best known for her role in 'Game of Thrones', will guest star in 'Doctor Who'.
Maisie Williams will guest star in Doctor Who.
Looks like Clara is staying put, as Jenna Coleman confirms she will return as the Doctor’s assistant.
It seems ‘Doctor Who’ star Jenna Coleman isn't ready to leave Peter Capaldi’s side just yet. While many fans of the BBC series were getting ready to say their last goodbyes to Coleman following this year’s Christmas special, the 28 year old actress has confirmed that she will be returning as Clara Oswald in the sci-fi show's next season.
Jenna Coleman will continue to play Clara Oswald on 'Doctor Who'
Speculation had been rife that Coleman would bow out of the series following the Christmas special, however the actress has now said she will be staying, alongside the twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi.
Clara is forced to think like the Doctor when the pair are separated in the 2D vs. 3D latest episode.
Jenna Coleman's character Clara took on the role of the Doctor in the latest episode of BBC show 'Doctor Who' entitled 'Flatline' - but how does that leave the real Doctor feeling about his companion?
The Doctor's trapped in the TARDIS in 'Flatline'
The tension between the Doctor and Clara has been at a peak since, well, since he regenerated from the happy-go-lucky Matt Smith facade to the grumpy and sour-tempered image of Peter Capaldi. But Saturday's episode (October 18th 2014), marked a turning point as Clara was forced to think like a Timelord when they landed in a particularly dangerous situation in Bristol. The TARDIS appeared to be inexplicably shrinking from the exterior, which ultimately left the Doctor stuck inside and Clara on the outside attempting to find and fix the problem.
Jenna Coleman - GQ Men of the Year Awards at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd September 2014
The Twelfth Doctor is out of the tardis - but what did reviewers think to the season eight opener of Doctor Who?
Doctor Who anticipation has never been stronger than in recent times as fans prepared themselves for season eight of this science-fiction institution and the introduction of the twelfth doctor played by 56-year-old Scot, Peter Capaldi. The opening episode, entitled Deep Breath, premiered this Saturday (23rd August) and has understandably been put under several microscopes by various reviewers. But what’s the outcome?
The episode, without revealing any major plot points for those who couldn’t make their date with the telly on this unseasonably cold Saturday night, was all about adjusting.
Continue reading: Doctor Who: The Reviews
Jenna Coleman - Jenna Coleman outside ITV Studios - London, United Kingdom - Friday 22nd August 2014
In case you're one of the five people, who haven't seen the leak, here are some stills from "Deep Breath."
New photos from the upcoming eighth series of Doctor Why have been released by the BBC, showing the Doctor in full-on mystery solving mode, along with companion Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) and another one of the Doctor’s famous allies – the Silurian lizard-woman Madam Vastra (Neve McIntosh).
Peter Capaldi is set to make his 'full debut' as The Doctor
It’s hard to get excited about a photo gallery, following the full episode leak from a couple of weeks ago, of course, but maybe Steven Moffat and co. are banking on the fact that enough people refrained from watching Deep Breath illegally.
The special edition of the show was aired across the globe simultaneously for the the world's largest ever simulcast of a TV drama
Doctor Who has landed itself in the Guinness World Record books after the show's fans tuned in to the special 50th anniversary edition of the show in their millions, with fans from almost 100 countries watching the Saturday (23 Nov.) night bonanza. The special, titled 'The Day of the Doctor,' aired on the BBC in the UK and averaged over 10 million viewers in its homeland, but that figure didn't reflect the huge amount of foreign viewers who tuned into the show too.
Matt Smith starred in one of his last appearances as the Doctor
The highly-anticipated episode, which starred current Time Lord Matt Smith alongside two previous Doctors in David Tennant and John Hurt, was simultaneously aired in 94 countries around the world so that all fans could all follow the story 'live.' The viewing figures gathered by the BBC and the Guinness World Records do not take into account the millions who are estimated to have tuned in via online streaming, which are predicted to have made the final figures even more impressive.
Matt Smith will make way for Peter Capaldi on Christmas Day.
Matt Smith's Doctor Who regeneration scene with Peter Capaldi is "brutal" and "traumatic," according to actress Jenna Coleman. Smith makes way for the 12th Doctor Capaldi during the Doctor Who special on Christmas Day.
Matt Smith Regenerates Into Peter Capaldi On Christmas Day
Coleman spoke about the regeneration during an appearance on ITV's Daybreak this morning (November 19).
Continue reading: Matt Smith's Doctor Who Regeneration Is "Traumatic," Says Jenna Coleman
Steven Moffat discusses accents, flirting, the new costume and how the change of Who will affect Clara.
Actor Peter Capaldi will become the first identifiably Scottish Timelord when he takes over from current Doc Matt Smith during the eagerly awaited Christmas regeneration episode of Doctor Who. Smith's recently announced successor will be retaining the distinctive Glaswegian tones that helped give his foul mouthed The Thick of It character Malcolm Tucker his distinctive voice.
Does This Mean Peter's Amazing 'Tache Will Stay Too?
During a recent Q&A event in Edinburgh with DW showrunner and writer, Steven Moffat, the issue of the new Doctor's identity were addressed, with Moffat responding to the question of accent. "I'd be very surprised if he didn't," he replied when asked if Capaldi would keep his Scottish tones, reports Blogtor Who.
Continue reading: Peter Capaldi Will Stay Scottish As "Trickier & Fiercer" Doctor Who
The 'Lord of the Rings' director and serious "whovian" wants to try his hand at directing an episode of Timelord antics.
Director Peter Jackson expressed an interest in directing an episode of the BBC's long-running time travel drama, Doctor Who, to Entertainment Weekly. The Hobbit director said he'd direct an entire episode with just a golden dalek for pay even though he's known to already have two daleks. The Kiwi filmmaker said "They don't even have to pay me, but I have got my eye on one of those nice new gold-coloured Daleks. They must have a spare one."
Peter Jackson Directing A DW Episode: Is It Too Much To Hope For?
However, there has now been a development to Jackson's aspirations: it seems that DW writer Steven Moffat has given a one-off episode the nod. During a recent Q & A event in Edinburgh, the showrunner addressed Jackson's request. "He's serious about it. We talked at The Hobbit premiere - he just wants a Dalek. So we'll give him a Dalek and he'll direct an episode. I think he'd like to us to go to New Zealand. I think it's entirely possible," he said via Blogtor Who.
Continue reading: Peter Jackson May Direct 'Doctor Who' Episode, For A Golden Dalek
Peter Capaldi has been revealed as the next Doctor Who. The announcement was made on Sunday 4th August on a special BBC broadcast, Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor.
Peter Capaldi at the 2013 BAFTA's held at the Royal Festival Hall, London.
Capaldi is a "life-long Doctor Who fan" and his appointment as The Doctor has fulfilled his life's ambition. The 55-year-old actor has appeared in Doctor Who before in the episode 'The Fires of Pompeii' in season 4 of the revitalised science fiction series.
Continue reading: Peter Capaldi Cast As The Next Doctor Who
Jenna-louise Coleman - The cast of the BBC One's drama 'Death Comes to Pemberley' filming in York - York, United Kingdom - Sunday 4th August 2013
Peter Capaldi is the new Doctor Who. The announcement was made on 'Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor', a special programme broadcast on BBC1 on Sunday 4th August. Celebrity guests included previous Doctor Who actors, their assistants and famous fans of the show.
Peter Capaldi at the 2013 BAFTA's held at the Royal Festival Hall, London.
The show, broadcast on BBC1 at 7pm and BBC America at 2.30pm, was hosted by Zoe Ball and featured appearances by the current Doctor Matt Smith, his assistant Jenna Coleman, Bonnie Langford, Anneke Wills, Katy Manning, Shappi Khorsandi, Professor Brian Cox, Professor Robert Winston, Jo Whiley, Daniel Roche, Lisa Tarbuck, Stephen Hawking, Bernard Cribbins and Rufus Hound. The cast members and celebrity fans discussed their favourite Doctor, the costumes and the process of regeneration.
Continue reading: Peter Capaldi Revealed As The Next Time Lord
Who could have even known.
Let’s say it together now: NEW DOCTOR! The iconic BBC series Doctor Who is gearing up to reveal its chosen replacement for current star Matt Smith, who will depart after this year’s Christmas special (tear). The announcement will be made in a half hour special on BBC1 this Sunday. However, you won’t see the programme in any printed or online TV Guide.
It's almost time to say goodbye to Smith...
It seems that the DW team is so keen on keeping the secret of the new Doctor’s identity, that they did not even want to write the actor’s name or give away any hints in the programmes, so instead of billing the programme under its actual name Doctor Who: The New Doctor, it was billed as an episode of Celebrity Mastermind. At the time of the article this was still the listing.
The twelfth incarnation of Doctor Who will be revealed on a special half hour episode to be aired on Sunday 4th August on BBC1 and BBC America.
The next Doctor Who will be announced on a special half hour episode on Sunday 4th August. Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor, presented by Zoe Ball and broadcast on BBC1, will reveal who will play the twelfth incarnation of Doctor Who. For the US audience, the same show will be broadcast on Sunday on BBC America at 2.30pm.
Smith bade goodbye to his role as Doctor Who in a statement made to the BBC. He described his time in the role as "the most brilliant experience" and thanked "the cast, crew and fans of the show." He continued by saying he was "incredibly grateful" and "proud" of his colleagues. He paid special tribute to Stephen Moffat whose scripts are "varied, funny, mind bending and brilliant."
Continue reading: 12th 'Doctor Who' Actor To Be Revealed On Live Sunday Special
The 'Doctor Who' Proms, held this weekend, were met with favourable reviews. Fans turned out to see the current Doctor and his assistant, Matt Smith and Jenna Louise Coleman, as well as past cast members. The 50th Anniversary of the show is this year and the proms were filmed to be aired in November as part of these celebrations.
The Doctor Who Proms were held in the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday (13th July). The performances have received positive reviews. This is the 5th of the Doctor Who BBC Proms, they will not be the only ones this year as a special weekend has been scheduled to celebrate 50 years of the British television show.
Fans showed up mainly to see current Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and Jenna Louise Coleman. According to reviews in The Telegraph, fans turned up dressed in a bizarre combination of clothes in homage to the Smith's version of the Doctor.
Continue reading: Matt Smith Praises Fans At The 'Doctor Who' Proms
Actor Ben Daniels is the new favourite to replace Matt Smith as Doctor Who this Christmas.
Ben Daniels is the latest name to become the favourite to inherit the role of Doctor Who in the long-running BBC series. Very soon there'll be very few British male actors who haven't been rumoured to be taking over the controls to the TARDIS as the Merlin actor now has the most favourable odds at 6/1. With previous odds of 16/1, Chiwetel Ejiofor (Salt, American Gangster) now closely follows Daniels at 7/1.
Could Ben Daniels Take Over From Matt Smith As The New Doctor?
However, chances are the new Who may not be a male actor at all; there have been calls for the new Doctor to be female, which would mark a first for the series which has run since 1963.
Continue reading: Ben Daniels Is New Favourite For 'Doctor Who' Job: Could He Be The One?
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