Louis Moffat trying to prank Michelle Gomez

Steven Moffat‘s son, Louis, put together a video of himself trying to prank Michelle Gomez. It was the third attempt (the first two were unsuccessful) that he tried that day, at London Film and Comic-Con last weekend (July 29-31).

Let’s watch the kid trying again. Will he successful this time?

Karen Gillan interviewed at Denver Comic Con by 9 years old fan

Karen Gillan was interview at Denver Comic Con: she could not have been nicer or more attentive to Presley during the few minutes they had to talk to her. Her schedule was absolutely crazy, but she took the time to sit down for a few minutes and answer a few questions about Doctor Who, Guardians of the galaxy, learning to drive and playing table top with Will Wheaton.

It was crazy loud in there, so the people from ActOutGames cleaned up the audio as best they could quickly, but it’s not perfect.

Peter Capaldi about being a Doctor Who fan

Here’s what happened when two Doctor Who fans got together at Comic-Con and chatted about their favourite show. Presented by Christel Dee.

In the interview for the fan show Peter Capaldi talks about the monsters he would bring back and has a fair few ideas (one of them are the Mondasian Cybermen, some of them becoming Time Lords, Axons, Daemons, Zarbi and Menoptera) but when he is asked which episode he would stick in the DVD player on a rainy day, it seems as if his answer might never end, ranging around new and classic Who, taking in his assessment of several of his fellow Doctors and, in the end, covering pretty much the entire Doctor Who back catalogue.

We should either have some of them becoming Time Lords and somehow channelling it so that they have access to time and space. Or I think it would be good if we had “Genesis of the Cybermen”. If we found the Doctor on Mondas itself in an adventure where he discovered the Cybermen actually being created.

Flying TARDIS over San Diego during Comic-Con

The video was recorded by Otto Dieffenbachm, a marketing director for Flyguy Promotions, a company that specializes in building flyable objects for brands, for his team film session with October Films LTD out of the UK. The interview and video will be seen in the US on Outrageous Acts of Science and in the UK on You’ve Been Warned.

The structure of the blue box is built from foam, wood, and carbon fiber, weighing four pounds. “It is bigger on the inside enabling it to house all the electronics for flight”, Otto joked. “The TARDIS is a radio-controlled platform that is more like a plane than a helicopter. It has four internal motors that supply 10 pounds of thrust and four flight control surfaces. In hover, during takeoff and landing, the motors and control surfaces provide guidance and stability. During horizontal flight, the control surfaces provide primary control.”

Simon Pegg & Nick Frost answer Twitter questions for Nerdist News

About one year ago Simon Pegg and Nick Frost were asked a lot about The World’s End at Comic-Con by Dan Casey. So, the guy from Nerdist News asked the people’s question gathered from Twitter… including the one about being a Doctor Who fan. One year later, this Christmas, Nick Frost becomes Santa Clause.

“I spent two months with him up in Rovaniemi [in Finland] last October,” he told Doctor Who Extra. “It’s a busy time because they’re really cranking it up. He doesn’t wake up until mid-October. I was just there with the elves and Mary Claus for two weeks.”

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan Panel at Philadelphia Comic Con

The event happened 21st of June, 2014. You can watch Matt Smith and Karen Gillan do the drunk giraffe and Doctor Who theme tune – the Tardis’s previous inhabitants performed their version of the show’s opening titles at last weekend’s Wizard World Comic Con in Philadelphia.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V00pXiu9IEs

Related External Links

Matt Smith at Comic-Con, Full Panel, St. Louis 2014

Let’s watch and enjoy Matt Smith’s full panel from the St. Louis Comic-Con 2014. The eleventh Doctor talks about his advice for Peter Capaldi, does an impression of Karen Gillian, explains that all the girls in America love Arthur Darvill, gives his choice of past companions, and even sings Let It Go from Frozen.

Matt Smith and Doctor Who Fans Give Jenna Coleman Comic-Con Survival Tips

This year’s Comic-Con was Jenna-Louise Coleman’s first. Enjoy watching the Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith and Whovian fans – including YouTube star Phil DeFranco and “The Guild”‘s Michele Boyd – show Jenna how to survive at the insane San Diego fan convention.

Also… find out what gifts a Dalek and a Weeping Angel bestow upon the newest Companion, and how many Doctors we can fit in one room!

Doctor Who Comic-Con 2013 Panel Highlights: Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman, Steven Moffat and more

Doctor Who made a presence at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 these days. You couldn’t get into Hall H for Doctor Who’s packed-house 50th Anniversary Panel Hall H and are you interested to find out more?

Well… Watch the highlights now and get all the scoop from stars Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman, Executive Producer & Lead Writer Steven Moffat, producer Marcus Wilson, writer Mark Gatiss and “An Adventure in Space and Time” star David Bradley.

Discover why Steven Moffat thinks The Doctor would be shocked to find out there’s a show about him, and what other Doctor Who characters MATT & JENNA would want to play.

Plus, find out Mark Gatiss’s favorite memory from season 7, and whether they’ll ever shoot more episodes in America.

And you don’t want to miss Matt Smith on how Doctor Who has changed his life, and his parting thoughts on his last Comic-Con as The Doctor.

Karen Gillan’s bold head

When Matt Smith cut his hair last month I had some problems in recognizing him in the video he thanked his fans.

These days we all had the chance Karen Gillan bold bald head… very surprising, almost shocking for may of her fans. 😀 Girls, you have no idea what you are losing when insisting you never shave your head (at least once)… It’s an experience you should not miss.

Doctor Who Karen Gillan shaved head

Accordingly to Radio Times, Matt knew about that before the Comic Con unveiling. Doesn’t she remains very cute, even without her hair? 😀

Related External Links

Matt Smith walks Comic-Con floor disguised as Bart Simpson, San Diego 2013

After three years as the Doctor, Matt Smith finally got to walk the floor at Comic Con this year (in San Diego) – disguised as Bart Simpson…

Will anyone recognize him as he chats with unsuspecting fans, poses for pictures and tours the booths?

Related External Links

Matt Smith’s IGN Interview at Comic Con 2013 in San Diego

Recently, the current but not for much time Doctor, Matt Smith, told IGN at this year’s Comic Con that he would be keen on a role in Star Trek: “Yeah, I would JJ,… or Star Wars. So just putting it out there.”

He will be the Doctor until this year Christmas special, but he’s already looking for work again: “I go back to auditioning and trying to get a job. Someone employ me.” Meantime he fancies a role in JJ’s Star Trek, but he also admits Benedict Cumberbatch is doing a great job.

In the interview Mat Smith also revealed he knows a bit about this year’s Christmas special… and suggested that the new Doctor could be a woman.

It’s not over for me yet, I’ve still got the Christmas special. Apparently it’s like 20 pages in, Steven [Moffat] was telling me about it last night – it sounds exciting.

I don’t want to speculate too much. I feel like that’s maybe not my place to. Whoever it is will be the right actor or actress – lets wait and see who she is.

It can be anyone. It can be anyone – and that’s the great thing about the part. If Helen Mirren did it or if you know, there’s so many female actresses who’d be amazing.

He’s an alien, or she’s an alien, it doesn’t matter. The doctor is a complete alien. It’s why the notion of getting married or cooking scrambled eggs makes him say ‘What on earth are you doing?’

Enjoy watching the entire interview. 😀

Related External Links

Doctor Who cosplay at Comic Con Paris, France

Thousands of Doctor Who fans descended on Paris earlier this month, when Mark Gatiss and the replica First Doctor TARDIS console from An Adventure in Space and Time visited the fifth annual Paris Comic Con.

Doctor Who team chat to fans about why they’ve decided to dress as their favourite Doctor Who heroes and villains. Plus a sneak peek at the reconstructed First Doctor TARDIS console room from ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ — more of that later…

Matt Smith Questions & Answers from London Comic Con 2012

Last week Matt Smith took more questions from London’s MCM Expo Comic Con 2012 audience.

On October 26th at London’s Comic Con, the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith sat down for a live Q&A along with the show’s Executive Producer, Caroline Skinner. From the Excel Centre in London, Matt and Caroline answered questions from the packed auditorium and also from our amazing YouTube fans!

There follows a series of 4 videos from the Questions & Answers. Enjoy. 🙂

Related External Links

Matt Smith’s TARDIS birthday cake – from London Comic Con 2012, Doctor Who

You know Math Smith as the Eleventh Doctor, but he is also the youngest Doctor in the Doctor Who series. At MCM Comic Con London 2012, last month, Matt Smith gratefully accepts a TARDIS cake ahead of his 30th birthday.

On October 26th at London’s Comic Con, Matt Smith sat down for a live Q&A along with the show’s Executive Producer, Caroline Skinner. From the Excel Centre in London, Matt and Caroline answered questions from the packed auditorium and also from our amazing YouTube fans!

Matt Smith films the crowd at London Comic Con! – Doctor Who

Tell me, have you been to London Comic Con lately? Perhaps in the crowd Matt Smith started to film there?

How was it? 🙂

Now you can get a glimpse to Matt Smith’s point of view as the BBC team present there gave Eleventh Doctor a camera to take on stage with him at London Comic Con on Friday where he filmed the 1000 deep crowd sharing their love for Doctor Who!

Comic-Con: Showrunner Steven Moffat and Producer Caroline Skinner Talk about Doctor Who

It’s not much until the broadcast of the next season of Doctor Who, but until then the cast and creative team headed down to Comic-Con for a presentation and panel. They talked about what to expect on upcoming episodes, the new companions and more.

As you know, this season will see the last days of the Ponds, with Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) returning for their final rollercoaster voyage with The Doctor (Matt Smith), and then see a dramatic turn of events when The Doctor meets a new companion, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman.

During this interview, showrunner Steven Moffat and producer Caroline Skinner talked to the press about being half-way through in shooting this new season, what fans can expect from the upcoming episodes, how epic it is to say goodbye to Amy and Rory, how emotional the read-through was for the final episode with The Ponds, why New York was the perfect place for their farewell, what makes time travel into the past more fun than time travel into the future, and how the introduction of Jenna-Louise Coleman’s companion has changed things.

You can read the interview here.

Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill interviewed by EW at Comi-Con 2012

 EW.com interviews Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill at San Diego Comic-Con 2012.

Related External Links

Doctor Who: Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill Interview – Comic-Con

 With their final episodes approaching, the Doctor Who stars tease Amy Pond and Rory Williams’ departure from The Doctor’s life.

Related External Links

Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner at San Diego Comic Con

As it has been reported by ScienceFiction.com, Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner will have a panel and a Q&A at this year’s San Diego Comic Con.

The Doctor Who presence will happen Sunday July 15th between 12:30-13:30 in Hall H, there will also be new footage from Series 7 airing on the big screens!

The details were published here. Next are only a part of them, what it’s more interesting:

DOCTOR WHO: Panel and Q&A

Sunday, July 15, 12:30-1:30pm

HALL H

BBC AMERICA’s (@BBCAMERICA) Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan make their triumphant return to Comic-Con for a panel and Q&A moderated by Doctor Who pundit and creator of theNerdist, Chris Hardwick. They will be joined by star Arthur Darvill, who’s making his first pilgrimage to SDCC, along with award-winning lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat (Sherlock) and award-winning executive producer Caroline Skinner (The Fades). As fans eagerly await the new season’s premiere, BBC AMERICA has learned that Steven Moffat and team will be bringing something very special with them to reveal to fans in Hall H.

Related External Links