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Matt Smith to star in Ryan Gosling’s How To Catch A Monster

Ryan Gosling’s How To Catch A Monster looks to have secured its leading man, with Doctor Who star Matt Smith set to sign on for the star’s directorial debut…

Rian Johnson wants to direct Doctor Who
Looper finally hits cinemas this Friday. We loved it so much we called it “This decade’s Matrix.” Which it definitely, definitely is. It’s also this decade’s Terminator, Akira, and 12 Monkeys…

Rian Johnson wants to direct Doctor Who

Looper finally hits cinemas this Friday. We loved it so much we called it “This decade’s Matrix.” Which it definitely, definitely is. It’s also this decade’s Terminator, Akira, and 12 Monkeys…

 Peter Jackson says he’d love to direct an episode of Doctor Who
With The Hobbit now becoming a trilogy of epic films, Peter Jackson is going to be a busy boy over the next couple of years, but that hasn’t stopped him expressing an interest in a side-project that would have fanboys salivating with anticipation…

Peter Jackson says he’d love to direct an episode of Doctor Who

With The Hobbit now becoming a trilogy of epic films, Peter Jackson is going to be a busy boy over the next couple of years, but that hasn’t stopped him expressing an interest in a side-project that would have fanboys salivating with anticipation…

 Doctor Who movie will not be a reboot 
Last month’s announcement of the forthcoming Doctor Who movie was greeted with a mixed response when director David Yates claimed the project would operate entirely independently of the TV show.

               Yates had claimed that the film would cast an entirely new Doctor, and would not follow on from the continuity established by the BBC series. However, Who writer Steven Moffat has now refuted those claims, stating that any movie adaptation will in fact work in tandem with the series…

Doctor Who movie will not be a reboot

Last month’s announcement of the forthcoming Doctor Who movie was greeted with a mixed response when director David Yates claimed the project would operate entirely independently of the TV show.



Yates had claimed that the film would cast an entirely new Doctor, and would not follow on from the continuity established by the BBC series. However, Who writer Steven Moffat has now refuted those claims, stating that any movie adaptation will in fact work in tandem with the series…

Harry Potter’s David Yates to direct Doctor Who movie
David Yates, veteran of the last four Harry Potter movies, has revealed he’s working with the BBC to produce a movie version of long-running and much-loved sci-fi series Doctor Who.“We’re looking at writers right now,” said Yates to Variety. “We’re going to spend two to three years to get it right. It needs quite a radical transformation to take it into the bigger arena.”[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE DOCTOR OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Harry Potter’s David Yates to direct Doctor Who movie

David Yates, veteran of the last four Harry Potter movies, has revealed he’s working with the BBC to produce a movie version of long-running and much-loved sci-fi series Doctor Who.

“We’re looking at writers right now,” said Yates to Variety. “We’re going to spend two to three years to get it right. It needs quite a radical transformation to take it into the bigger arena.”

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE DOCTOR OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

25 Reasons To Watch Doctor Who’s Impossible Astronaut
1. Because we couldn’t ‘spoil’ it if we wanted toThe twists start five minutes in. After 10 minutes, we’ve had more of them than the Doctor’s got years on his clock. And they keep coming until it seems like Steven Moffat’s trying to fry our brains with industrial-strength Moff rays.We’d love to reveal the plot but just trying to do so makes our heads go wibbly.

25 Reasons To Watch Doctor Who’s Impossible Astronaut

1. Because we couldn’t ‘spoil’ it if we wanted to

The twists start five minutes in. After 10 minutes, we’ve had more of them than the Doctor’s got years on his clock. And they keep coming until it seems like Steven Moffat’s trying to fry our brains with industrial-strength Moff rays.

We’d love to reveal the plot but just trying to do so makes our heads go wibbly.

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40 Essential Christmas TV Things
2) Doctor Who
Why So Unmissable? It’s a Doctor Who Christmas episode, for a start. But it’s also our first chance to celebrate the season with new Doctor Matt Smith, who here has a run in with Michael Gambon’s miserable scrooge-like Kazran. Yeah, it’s a re-telling of A Christmas Carol, with a distinctly Whovian bent.
When’s It On? Christmas Day, BBC1

40 Essential Christmas TV Things

2) Doctor Who

Why So Unmissable? It’s a Doctor Who Christmas episode, for a start. But it’s also our first chance to celebrate the season with new Doctor Matt Smith, who here has a run in with Michael Gambon’s miserable scrooge-like Kazran. Yeah, it’s a re-telling of A Christmas Carol, with a distinctly Whovian bent.

When’s It On? Christmas Day, BBC1