Â The cast and crew of Doctor Who were filming episode 5 of series 7. They had recently been filming in New York and Cardiff and they were probably have been filming here for the final part of the episode.
They were filming at Box Cemetery, Llanelli. Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston and a Weeping Angel were all on set.
The released date is still unknown, but the new Doctor Who game named The Eternity ClockÂ will be have a limited retail release on PS3. You can pre-order it on Amazon for Â£Â 17.99, but the game will be be digitally released on the PlayStation Store.
The PlayStation exclusive was originally set for March, but later it was delayed until sometime in April.
As some of you already know about this, Karen Gillan had joined Twitter in April 12th, 2012. In less than a week she’s got over 78,000 followers. The account is:Â https://twitter.com/#!/KarenGillan2… so follow her. 😀
As you already know,Â Jenna-Louise Coleman is going to replace Karen Gillan as new Doctor Who companion. The next quote is the first part from the interview taken by Radio Times in late March 2012 about the role, the audition and the secrecy she had to keep for some time.
Jenna-Louise Colemanâ€™s audition for the part of the new companion in Doctor Who to replace Karen Gillanâ€™s Amy Pond was shrouded in such secrecy that the show had a codename: Men on Waves.
â€œI wasnâ€™t allowed to say it was Doctor Who at any point â€“ not talking to my agent, not when I arrived at the audition, and I certainly couldnâ€™t tell anyone at all what I was up to next,â€ the 25-year-old actress says, admitting that she was surprised at how good a fibber she became.
â€œWhen she was auditioning, Karen Gillan had been given a codename â€“ Panic Moon, which is an anagram of Companion â€“ so I worked out that Men on Waves is an anagram of Woman Seven, because this is the seventh series. Weirdly, seven is my lucky number and this is my seventh job.â€
A few days ago a series of Virgin Media commercials were uploaded on Youtube. BBC asked one of them to be removed because it involved time travel and was remembering people about Doctor Who (a BBC trademark) even if David Tennant was playing himself.
For now the video of that specific commercial was made private, but I’ve found this behind the scene video with David Tennant and Richard Branson.
I suppose David Tennant visited Pompeii, Italy, while preparing for (or, somehow, in relation with) the episodeÂ ‘The fires of Pompeii’. The video is a part of Doctor Who Confidential and you can find something interesting about volcano and history.
I’ve never watch (at least until now) the classic Doctor Who series, but this video from youtube had my attention.
Boasting some impressive location filming, the village of Aldbourne was the perfect setting of The Daemons. As the crew reveals however, attempting a stormy night scene can be quite problematic on a calm night. Journey behind the scenes to find out how the crew managed to ratchet up the atmosphere.