Articles Tagged 'Reece Shearsmith'

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‘Doctor Who': 13 Things You May Not Know About ‘Sleep No More’

A bit of a change from the usual in this week’s collection of interesting facts around the latest episode of Doctor Who. We have writer Mark Gatiss’s insider version of events, complete with nods to classic Who, references to old songs, and the reason why there was no credit sequence. And being a natural raconteur, […]

Reece Shearsmith in ‘Chasing Shadows’ (Pic: ITV)

Reece Shearsmith Joins ‘Doctor Who’ Cast for Season 9

Doctor Who fans will already be familiar with the face of Reece Shearsmith, as he played Second Doctor Patrick Troughton in An Adventure in Space and Time, the backstage biopic written by his old League of Gentlemen colleague Mark Gatiss. But until now he’s never made an appearance in the show proper, an omission that […]

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‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Welcome Aboard The Tour-Dis!

It’s hard to think of a better way to drum up excitement for a new Doctor and a new season of Doctor Who than for that Doctor, his trusty companion, and his Executive Producer to go out and meet with legions of fans all over the world, just before his grand entrance on screen. And that […]

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Alex Kingston and The Whovian Reunions

We all love River Song, don’t we? The only woman in the universe (so far) that can approach the Doctor on anything like equal terms, terrifyingly good with a gun, and played by one of the most vivacious actresses Britain has ever produced: Alex Kingston. And Alex set to continue causing ripples in Whovian circles, […]

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WATCH: Simon Pegg Reveals First Trailer For ‘The World’s End’

This is no time to muck about. We’ve been waiting to see what the third installment of Edgar Wright, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg’s ‘Cornetto Trilogy’ would be like for (*checks watch*) oh, flipping AGES now. We know it’s got an impressive cast (Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman, Rosamund Pike, Eddie Marsan, Reece Shearsmith and Mark […]

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Daleks Invade London Again, For ‘An Adventure In Space And Time’

More details have emerged concerning An Adventure In Space and Time, Mark Gatiss’s dramatisation of the early years of Doctor Who, starring David Bradley as the First Doctor, William Hartnell. It seems the script doesn’t just cover the months leading up to the creation of the longest-running science fiction TV show of all time, they […]