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Doctor Who: Saying goodbye to the Tardis
Russell T Davies did an interview inside the Tardis reflecting on his thoughts about the hand over of Doctor Who to a new crew, his thoughts on a bringing the show back, and a sneak preview of Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars which will debut in November. Watch the video on BBC NEWS here.
Doctor Who 2009 Trailer
The trailer (above) for the upcoming Doctor Who 2009 fanfilm blew me away on two completely different levels.
- It looks really good.
- The creatures in the woods take me back to the old Doctor Who I fell in love with in my youth.
I wish I could tell you with some certainty when it was coming out. The Trailer say April 11, their site says March 14. I am hoping the site is right, after all it is easier to update a website than a video.
If you want to check out some stills and a couple behind the scenes videos, check out their website.
Matt Smith, The 11th Doctor Who
Matt Smith has been tapped to replace David Tennant in 2010 as Doctor Who.
Lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat said "The Doctor is a very special part, and it takes a very special actor to play him. You need to be old and young at the same time, a boffin and an action hero, a cheeky schoolboy and the wise old man of the universe. As soon as Matt walked through the door and blew us away with a bold and brand new take on the Time Lord, we knew we had our man. 2010 is a long time away but rest assured the Eleventh Doctor is coming - and the universe has never been so safe."
The BBC posted an interview with Matt.
I am not sure how I feel about his casting. He will be the youngest Doctor, replacing Peter Davison who is one of my favorite Doctors. I trust Steven Moffat. He has made a lot of great decisions about the series, and I trust that he will do what is best for the series.
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New Doctor Who on SciFi Channel
SCI FI Channel announced Jan. 12 that it will air the first season of the BBC's hit SF series Doctor Who, starting in March. The 13 episodes, starring Christopher Eccleston as the Doctor and Billie Piper as Rose Tyler, will air as part of SCI FI Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT (SciFi Wire).
As a huge fan of Doctor Who, I am ecstatic about the US airing... That said, after these 13 episodes, what will happen?
Ninth Doctor Who actor Christopher Eccleston has decided to quit the role, it was confirmed last night [31 March 2005] (BBC).
How will US audiences who are not used to Doctor Who react when after 13 episodes the Main Character is recast?
Squarely in the frame for the role of Doctor number ten is David Tennant, currently starring in Russell T Davies' Casanova, and about to appear as Dr Briscoe in BBC Four's live broadcast of The Quatermass Experiment on Saturday (BBC).
While I hope to see all of the new Doctor Who's, and I hope the series will continue after the Eccleston Episodes.