Trying to create a storyline that celebrated and venerated 50 years of Doctor Who was always going to be a tall order. There are so many things fans would expect (or quietly hope) to see, and yet they would also be the first to complain …
Despite being one of the most famous authors of all time, Agatha Christie has sometimes been criticized for featuring stale gender stereotypes in her books and plays. But in fact, she fought Victorian literary conventions, which saw …
This might not have box office smash written all over it, but there’s definitely something to the debut English language movie by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos that demands the attention. Simply put, it’s the cast.
Show creator Armando Iannucci‘s political satire The Thick of It, starring Doctor Who‘s Peter Capaldi, first aired on BBC Four in 2005, coming to an end in 2012. BBC America will be airing the fourth and final season on …
Alex Kingston returning to Doctor Who as Professor River Song isn’t the only exciting casting news today, with Doctor Who‘s Karen Gillan confirmed to join the forthcoming film The Circle, reports Deadline.
All the best surprises happen around Christmas, but this one is too exciting to keep under wraps.
Nicholas Hoult is all sorts of busy with three films coming out in 2015— Kill Your Friends, Equal, and Collide—and is set to begin production on the next installment of X-Men, out in 2016.
Welcome to the Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, a cornucopia of matters pertaining to Time Lords, TARDISes and trips around space and time.
It’s fair to say we’ve been waiting for this trailer ever since the first pictures arrived of Eddie Redmayne looking stunning as a transgender woman.
Language is just one of the hurdles it’s necessary to get over in order to foster better understanding and communication between the U.S. and the U.K.