New York Q&A Highlights with Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman & Steven Moffat – the World Tour #DWWorldTour

You must have remembered that the Doctor can’t land in New York anymore, not after that sad business with the Ponds. But a little temporal instability wasn’t going to stop Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat and Jenna Coleman from meeting American Doctor Who fans!

Enjoy the best bits from the Doctor Who World Tour fan event in New York City, filmed on the 14th August in the Ziegfeld Theatre which is a Bow Tie Cinema. Bow Tie cinemas are cool.

In case you weren’t sure, Peter Capaldi & Jenna Coleman did rock New York City in the Doctor Who World Tour in the latest stop before Mexico City. You can watch Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman during an iconic photoshoot at the top of the Rockefeller Center, and listen them speaking about the rousing reception they were given by American fans at the US premiere of series 8, “Deep Breath”, at the Ziegfeld Theater.

Doctor Puppet Episode 1 – The Red X

The Doctor Puppet, based on Doctor Who, finds a strange note on his TARDIS that leads him on a mysterious adventure. Who will he meet along the way?

The Doctor Puppet is a lovingly handcrafted fan tribute made in New York City.
What classic Doctor Who characters do you want to see as puppets?

What times and places should the Doctor Puppet visit in his TARDIS?

You can find more episodes on Youtube channel Hello Doctor Puppet.

Will Empire State Building in New York, USA, turn “Tardis blue” on November 23?

I’ve just found out about a petition created by fan club NY Sci Fi & Fantasy on Change.org to help mark the 50th anniversary stateside. It’s called Petition to light up the Empire State Building TARDIS blue on November 23rd to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who! and it wants to bring NYC to The Doctor to celebrate.

It’s the first time a science fiction show lasted 50 years, that’ a landmark occasion. The Doctor has visited New York City many times over the years and the fun club wants to celebrate this. They are attempting to partner with the Empire State Building (www.esbnyc.com) to light it Tardis blue for the Doctor Who 50th anniversary.

Their petition has so far collected more than 15,300 signatures from across the world. Their target is 25,000 names.

Are you interested to participate?

To:

Let’s light up the ESB TARDIS blue on November 23rd to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who!

Sincerely,

[Your name]

You can sign it here.

Doctor Who Confidential – New York Visit 1

Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and executive producer Steven Moffat visiting New York City. Directed and Edit Produced by James Brailsford.

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Weeping Angels in Central Park, New York City!

This video was released as a sneak preview before the final episode of the Ponds, The Angels take Manhattan. As I’ve just said, not many hours ago, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill made an impact on New York, with all the crowded people around them… They were joined by hundreds of overjoyed Whovians as they were fighting the Weeping Angels in NYC.

“The Weeping Angels are back, and it is terrifying, and dark, and it’s how you want a New York episode of DOCTOR WHO to be.” – ARTHUR DARVILL (Rory Williams)

“It’s really exciting because the Weeping Angels are my favorite monster, and it’s one of my favorite cities, so to have them here… is thrilling, really!” – MATT SMITH (The Doctor)

“There’s something about the Weeping Angels and New York, I don’t know what, that just made me think, ‘that’s a good fit, I believe the Weeping Angels would infest New York in a terrible and vengeful way.'” – STEVEN MOFFAT, Lead Writer & Executive Producer

Doctor Who ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’ – Behind the Scenes: a fall with grace

As you may have noticed in the last few months, a lot of video were taken when the Doctor Who was filming in New York City. If you watched the Youtube videos you found some familiar spots from the Big Apple when watching ‘The Angels take Manhattan” even if you have never been in Manhattan. Even than it was very clear that Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill made an impact on New York, with all the crowded people around them… this video is their and BBC’s point of view.

Steven Moffat and Alex Kingston follows the (rest of the) Doctor Who cast in the interview. As well the Gordon Seed, the stunt coordinator.

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Doctor Who NYC U.S. Premiere Screening Recap

Last week there were a big BBC America’s U.S. Premiere Screening of Doctor Who in New York City. This is your exclusive access inside the historic Ziegfeld theater for all the Doctor Who excitement thanks to BBC America!

Get up close and personal with stars MATT SMITH (The Doctor), KAREN GILLAN (Amy Pond) and Executive Producer CAROLINE SKINNER as they hit New York – in time-traveling DeLorean cars!! – and joined hundreds of die-hard Whovians for a special screening of season opener “Asylum of the Daleks” and a Q&A with Nerdist host CHRIS HARDWICK.

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Doctor Who filming, series 7, Tudor City shoot in New York City

 The cast of Doctor Who shooting in Tudor City in New York City during the night, on April 12, 2012.

Arthur Darvill doing his act.

 Matt Smith and Karen Gillan dramatically exiting a car and running across the street at the Doctor Who Tudor City NYC

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