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        Dr. Who 50th Anniversary special behind the scenes


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          Percy Jackson #2


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            2nd part of the Hobbit


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              New BTS Footage In Latest THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG Video Blog

              An awesome new 10 minute production blog for the second installment of Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy has appeared online, giving us a look at some new BTS footage from the movie. Plus, Jackson announced that there will be no Comic-Con panel this year..


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                How to Train Your Dragon 2 teaser


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                  The next Doctor of BBC AMERICA’s hit series Doctor Who will be announced during a live special this Sunday afternoon.

                  Sunday, August 4, 2 pm ET LIVE on BBC AMERICA and BBC One in the U.K.

                  Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the special’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the Twelfth Doctor in their first-ever interview in front of a live studio audience. The half-hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans. Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews in the special.

                  Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”

                  Matt Smith will make his penultimate appearance in the 50th Anniversary special on Saturday, November 23, and his Eleventh Doctor will regenerate in the Christmas Special. Doctor Who is produced by BBC Cymru Wales


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                    In a programme presented by Zoe Ball and featuring the likes of Peter Davison, the 12th Doctor was revealed to be Peter Capaldi, who has been one of the popular favorites in the ongoing speculation. Since Matt Smith announced his departure back in June, fans have been wondering who would be stepping into the Tardis to replace him. Rumors flew that it might be a woman, and pretty much every name in British tv was thrown around at some point or another. Capaldi, 55, was most recently see in World War Z playing “W.H.O. Doctor” (yes, really) but is probably best known for his sweary, hilarious turn as Malcolm Tucker in the BBC comedy series The Thick of It and its follow-up film In the Loop. What do you think of this choice?

                    If anyone doesn't like it then..


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                      Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii streaming free thru August 27



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                        And the Recovered DOCTOR WHO Episodes Are…

                        As was bandied about here and elsewhere, it seems the general wisdom surrounding the recovered Doctor Who episodes is true: two Patrick Troughton stories, “The Enemy of the World” and “The Web of Fear,” both from Season 5, have been recovered almost in their entirety. I say “almost,” because Part 3 of “Web of Fear” is still missing. However, that’s nine episodes in total. In the past 25 years, only eight individual episodes had been recovered, and this new find brings the Troughton missing episodes from 62 to 53 and the overall total from 106 to 97. And best of all: You can download these stories RIGHT NOW on iTunes for $9.99 each! GO DO IT YOU FOOLS! “Enemy of the World” is here and “The Web of Fear” is here.

                        The news was (FINALLY) confirmed at a Missing Episodes event in London today in which Phillip Morris confirmed that his company, Television International Enterprises Archive, discovered a veritable treasure trove of old BBC television film canisters, meant to be destroyed decades ago, in a warehouse in Nigeria. At the event, Mr. Morris said, “I remember wiping the dust off the masking tape on the canisters and my heart missed a beat as I saw the words Doctor Who. When I read the story code, I realized I’d found something pretty special.” You can read about everything via Doctor Who Magazine‘s website.

                        BBC Worldwide’s spokesperson, Fiona Eastwood, confirmed that they have remastered the episodes for near-immediate distribution, via digital means, so fans can celebrate the 50th with new classic stories. Using telesnaps (archive photos taken of the episode as it aired) from Episode 3, as well as off-air audio, BBC Worldwide has been able to re-create the episode to make “The Web of Fear,” the story that introduced the fan-favorite character Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney), flow when watched in its entirety.

                        “The Enemy of the World” is significant in that Patrick Troughton played a dual role as both the Doctor and Salamander, an evil dictator who bears a striking resemblance to our favorite Time Lord. We’d only been able to see the third episode of “Enemy of the World” up to now, and it’s widely regarded as the most boring of the whole serial.

                        There is every indication that more episodes could be found by Morris and TIEA so fans now have even more reason to hope for the future. For now, though, we have to be content with getting to see two stories we’ve likely only ever heard before featuring the Doctor who got hurt the most by the junking policy.


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                          The Web of Fear trailer


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                            DOCTOR WHO 50th Anniversary Special Promotional Photos

                            With the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, “The Day of the Doctor,” just about six weeks away, we’ve still yet to have a trailer or any clips or anything. We’ve had a poster, sure, and there were even some set photos during filming, but that were about it. Until now. BBC America has just released these snazzy new promotional stills from the special. They still tell us absolutely nothing and don’t depict anything we didn’t already know, but any new stuff is good stuff. There are six pictures which you can see.
                            “The Day of the Doctor” airs on Saturday, November 23rd, 2013, simulcast worldwide, on BBC America here in the States. Check your local listings because I can’t be bothered. I’m too busy trying to figure out what number Hurt is.


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                              DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – Season 26
                              After several seasons of meh-to-cruddy writing and production, Doctor Who was finally starting to pick up some narrative and thematic traction again in Season 25. Script Editor Andrew Cartmel was focusing evermore on the Doctor’s mysterious past and place as the galactic chess master, which star Sylvester McCoy more than ate up. With the inclusion of companion Ace (Sophie Aldred), the series had one of its deepest secondary characters ever and one whose past and future would be explored fully in the next season. Too bad it was the show’s last.


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                                DOCTOR WHO: A Companion’s Companion – The TV Movie