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This week’s Who’s Day roundup is devoted to the fine art (and we mean this is most literal sense) of crossovers. Taking things from the Whoniverse and trying them out in other locations to see how they fit.
Warning: Ever so slightly spoilerish.
Filming has already begun for the ninth season of Doctor Who in Cardiff, and details have just emerged as to what sort of a thing we can expect.
Doctor Who fans are among the most creative of communities in the world, no, the universe! That’s why the current opening credits for Doctor Who are based on an idea created by a fan and uploaded to YouTube, and that’s why …
Note the adjective there. We choose our words carefully (most of the time).
This is a fan-made reimagination of the opening credits to Doctor Who by CloisterProductions. The music has been re-recorded, the titles have been reswizzled, and the concept has been overhauled.
Happy Who Year!
We’ve had a couple of weeks to get used to the idea that Santa and the Doctor are both occasionally figments of our dreaming minds (providing there’s a crustacean making a milkshake of our frontal lobes) and commence pining …
We’ve already talked about which cinematic delights await Anglophile viewers in the coming twelve months, but what about the small screen? There’s never been a better time to see a wide range of U.K.
Now that we’ve had a full year to get to know him, we’re starting to be able to put together a clearer picture of what Peter Capaldi‘s Twelfth Doctor is really like. During his first full series of Doctor Who, and …
It’s the last Who‘s Day of the year! And what a year it’s been: it seemed like 2014 would have a job on its hands living up to the 50th Anniversary celebrations of the year before, but any doubts were immediately …
2014 was a pretty good year for British stars at the box office, from James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart in X-Men, to Rosamund Pike in Gone Girl, to Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley in The Imitation Game. But that’s all …
Santa Claus visited Doctor Who land this year, and left us a fantastic present: “Last Christmas”, Peter Capaldi‘s first Christmas special in the role of the Time Lord. If you want to remind yourself of the episode in …