Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a gallimaufry of Gallifreyan gubbins from the last seven days in the Whoniverse. And this week we begin with a look at the way the Doctor’s regenerations are often followed by a little bit of …
Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a weekly roundup of everything the internet has to offer on the subject of Doctor Who, from the most breathtaking fan tributes on social media…
Matt Smith‘s movie career is just taking off, having made the leap from a deleted scene in In Bruges to a key role in Lost River and appearances lined up in both Terminator Genisys and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
We won’t know until Peter Jackson confirms whether or not he’s going to adapt The Silmarillion if the director’s fourteen-year, six-movie association with the works of J.R.R.
It’s not often we dig up a trailer for something that isn’t going to appear on American screens and doesn’t even feature any footage from the movie or TV show it is attempting to trail, but this is rather good.
Welcome to another Doctor Who’s Day, and of course we’re all still abuzz with the announcement that Keeley Hawes, who’s been slaying it as DI Lindsay Denton on BBC Two’s Line of Duty this series, will be …
This Sunday, an event that has only happened eleven times in the past 50 years will happen again. An actor or actress will be confirmed as the new Doctor in Doctor Who.
One of the most interesting things that Doctor Who sometimes does with its lead actors is to take a performer that is principally known for comedic roles, then make them act against type.
Hello there, ladies and gentlemen! Are you a huge Doctor Who fan looking to head off to San Diego Comic-Con or some other event cosplaying as the Doctor? Well, look no further.
Hello! Welcome back! The first order of business, as always, is the behind the scenes video from the most recent adventure, which in this case is the very ghostly Hide: