There’s no choice, is there? You can only chase after one of us.
Nine trying to send a distress signal to any potential other survivor of the Time War. That’s not a good idea.
World Tour Updates- Korea & Australia
Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman will arrive in South Korea on Saturday 9 August, for the first international leg of Doctor Who: The World Tour.
A fan event will take place at the IFC Mall on Saturday 9 August, starting with a special screening of the feature-length first episode Deep Breath in multiple cinemas.
After the screening, Peter and Jenna will meet with fans in the atrium of the mall. The fan meeting will begin at 5pm and is open to all.
Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi and his onscreen companion Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) will appear live on stage at the State Theatre, Sydney for a one-time-only fan event on Tuesday 12 August.
Join the stars for an exclusive Q&A hosted by long-time Doctor Who fan, Adam Spencer, and be the first in Australia to see Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor with a special screening of the feature-length premiere episode of the new series, Deep Breath. Fans will also be given the opportunity to put some of their own questions to the stars.
Sign-up to our newsletter at www.doctorwho.tv/worldtour for pre-sale information. Tickets will be available for general sale through Ticketmaster from 11am on Monday 21 July.
Karen Gillan at the Selfie panel during the TCA Summer Press Tour (July 15, 2014)
That caption is completely misleading, since he says in the interview that he hasn’t been asked back. He only says that he’d love to if they asked.
Clara, tell me, am I a good man?
Jenna Coleman is Glamour’s UK TV Actress of the Year
Jenna Coleman tells us why Gallifreyan balls are her favourite [x]
Steven Moffat Doesn’t Understand Grief, and It’s Killing Doctor Who
There’s a popular joke I’ve seen floating around on Tumblr for a while now. It goes like this:
“Joss Whedon, Steven Moffat and George R.R. Martin walk into a bar and everyone you’ve ever loved dies.”
Here’s the problem, though:
SOMEBODY FINALLY FUCKING SAID IT THANK YOU
"But more importantly than that, when you have no death, when nothing truly has weight or scale, when decisions don’t stick and nobody feels the consequences… it’s hard to care about anything. The stakes on the show feel so low at this point that a once addictive program is unengaging, dull and hollow."
A very smart writer of Pacific Rim once said “there are no heroes in a world where heroes can’t die”. And that’s what Doctor Who has lost for me.
Amazing article. Also, spot on.
I — don’t know.
"I’m the Doctor. I’ve lived for over 2,000 years, I’ve made many mistakes. It’s about time I did something about that."