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BREAKING GAY GEEK NEWS! – Matt Smith To Leave Dr. Who At Christmas
After picking up the sonic screwdriver 4 years ago from David Tennant and making fezs cool again, Matt Smith will be leaving Dr. Who sometime around Christmas 2013 when the Doctor will regenerate for the unheard of 12th time.
With filming on the 50th anniversary episode, airing in November, beginning next month sources say bosses already have an idea of who they want to replace him.
Matt refused to commit to a Doctor Who future beyond Christmas when interviewed on Jonathan Ross’s show last week.
He said: “I am very happy doing it. I do the anniversary special, then the Christmas special. At the moment it’s 2013 and we will see what 2014 holds.” An insider said: “Matt has told bosses he wants to bow out at Christmas.”
Last night, the BBC said in a statement: “Sorry folks but even we don’t know what’s going to happen at Christmas. It’s not been written yet! But Matt loves the show and is to start filming the unmissable 50th anniversary, and the new series starting on Easter Saturday.
My choice for the 12th. Doctor.
I think its about time that the Doctor got his (and my) ginger regeneration wish: Jason Fleming
Who’s your choice?
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The Tearjerker Final Scene of the Dr. Who Amy/Rory/Brian Storyline That Was Never Shot – Video
I’m a little slow on this so I hope that all you LGBT Whovians out there haven’t already seem this.
But the BBC has released in storyboard form at tearjerker scene that was written but never shot for Amy and Rory’s depressing departure from Doctor Who which finishes up Rory’s storyline with his father Brian.
The scene written by the character of Brian’s creator Chris Chibnall, and voiced by Arthur Darvill, the adorkable Rory is presented below.
Grab a tissue.
Neil Gaiman: “We’ll Make The Cybermen Scary Again” In His Upcoming Dr. Who Episode
Last month we reported that Neil Gaiman the famed Brit author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, whose works include the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book will be writing a new Dr. Who episode that will appear in the second half of Season 7.
Well further Whovian info has come forward via the the French website Reviewer.fr that the Gaiman episode will be based around….. The Cybermen!
“Steven wrote to me and said, ‘Will you make the Cybermen scary again?’. And I thought back to when I was 6 or 7 years old – ‘The Moonbase’, ‘Tomb of the Cybermen’… I saw these when they were first broadcast.”
One of the creepiest things about their early work is that they did a lot less stomping about like soldiers, and were kind of silent, blank and eerie: ”Daleks went around going, ‘Exterminate’, and blowing things up,” he said. “Cybermen were just… You look up and there’s a Cyberman. I thought, ‘Let me see what I can do when I take the 1960s Cybermen and [incorporate] everything that’s happened since’. So that’s what I’m trying to do. I don’t know if it will work.”
The Cybermen’s first attempt at invading Earth, around 1970, was chronicled in The Invasion and the last real Cybermen episode to speak of was when they appear, briefly, in the episode “A Good Man Goes to War” (2011), no longer bearing the Cybus ‘C’ logos on their chests. Stated as belonging to the Twelfth Cyber Legion, they are led by a Cyberman of the same design as the Cyberlord in “The Next Doctor”. The Doctor’s companion Rory confronts them about the location of a secret asteroid base, because they monitor that entire quadrant of space.
Pretty awesome news and it just goes to show that you can’t keep a good Cyberman down.