The Doctor finally returns home to Gallifrey and he might not have a companion, but that doesn’t mean he’s alone. Mike, Mike, Phantom Troublemaker, Jennifer Hartshorn, and Kris Nelson don the traditional Timelord robes and accompany the Fourth Doctor as he battles his rival into the Matrix itself. Try though we may, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have the see The Deadly Assassin for yourself.
I’m not usually one to post rumors, but this is too good to pass up!
Benedict Cumberbatch is rumoured to be starring in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary episode as the Time Lord’s arch rival, The Master.
Despite The Doctor’s deadly foe having appeared in the show in various guises since 1971, this will be the first time Matt Smith’s incarnation of the Time Lord will come to blows with his biggest enemy as the BBC One sci-fi drama prepares to mark half a century since it first hit screens next year. Continue reading
Someone wants another shot at the Doctor (Matt Smith) on Doctor Who. No, no, not at being the Doctor, but at making life for our beloved Time Lord completely and utterly miserable again. (And that’s the way we like it, yes?) And guess who-in-the-name-of-Gallifrey is that dastardly villain?
Yeah, you all know who it is: It’s the Master himself, played by actor John Simm. Continue reading
When a potential Oscar winner says he’d love to have a part on Doctor Who or Torchwood, it grabs our attention. But when that actor claims he would go for a “bad guy” role, it makes us even MORE excited.
Colin Firth (who most of you know as the ultimate Mr. Darcy in both the 1995 BBC mini-series Pride and Prejudice and The Bridget Jones Diaries movies) has apparently sent twitter all aflutter this weekend when he revealed—in a twitter interview—that he’d love to be in either Doctor Who or Torchwood—and moreso, that he’d love to be a villain! I’m thinking lady and gentlemen we might have our new “MASTER”! Thoughts?
For all you fans out there of the Doctor Who figures, Underground Toys is releasing the San Diego Comic Con Exclusive toys to the public in the UK as of August 18th. Available will be the 11th Doctor without his jacket from “Flesh and Stone” and The Orange Dalek. Also available will be the original Master and an Axon from the 3rd Doctor era.