alchemicaltransmutation said: Once my friend and I were walking down the street and she bumped into David Tennant it was a great day for both of us
Wait. Your friend just bumped into David Tennant? On the street?! We need more information here. Was it all like-
And then you and your friend quietly walked away all cool and calm and then when you turned the corner you were jumping up and down like it was the greatest thing to happen ever?
Because that’s how we would feel.
pleasegetoffme said: Is there any chance to watch the day of the doctor in germany? if so, where, when and how?
Here’s a link to all the cinema screenings in Germany: http://www.doctorwho.tv/watch-the-day-of-the-doctor/
It’ll also be simulcast on FOX: http://www.foxchannel.de/doctor-who
elihearts said: Is the cinema the ONLY place to watch the 50th, or will it be broadcasting on TV as well? I'm in the States and there are only a handful of cities participating in the cinema screenings--I want to be sure I'll be able to see it, especially as my sister ordered me Jammie Dodgers all the way from England.
The 50th will air on TV as part of a global simulcast. If you have BBC America, you will be able to watch The Day of the Doctor along with everybody attending the cinema screenings on November 23rd.
We can’t believe your sister ordered Jammie Dodgers! That’s so fantastic.
writbythepower said: Any idea when tickets will be available for the cinema in the UK?
We just checked! UK cinema tickets will be available tomorrow October 25th at 9am GMT. Find your local cinema here: http://www.doctorwho.tv/watch-the-day-of-the-doctor/#cinema
pineappleandham said: No Miami- Florida. I'm so bummed :( Oh well.
If you don’t see your city listed for a Saturday screening, click here to check Fathom Events for a Monday November 25th screening.
There are 3 screenings on Monday in Miami, Florida. We hope one of them is near you.
nataliaxromanov said: Are any Canadian theatres showing the 50th anniversary?
There will be. We’ll have an announcement coming soon about Canadian screenings - follow @SpaceChannel on Twitter for more info.
This is the TARDIS Formation we made for our halftime show this past Saturday. The first photo is one of our practice before the game, the second is during halftime. The reason the bottom left looks funny in the second photo is because coach kill was having a seizure and we had to give him and the medics a bit of space. This has been my favorite show so far.
This is amazing and we’re very glad that Coach Kill is okay.
It was the 50th anniversary of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” on Wednesday (and the song “Moon River” was written by Henry Mancini for the film soundtrack).
I’m pretty excited about this one. Hurricane Who, a Doctor Who convention in Orlando, FL, just announced that Arthur Darvill (AKA, the amazing and wonderful Rory Williams), will be a guest at the con this November! Yayayayay! I really want to go to this! *superexcitedhappyfandance*
I’m not obsessed at all ;) What? Sometimes I get bored in class and need something to entertain me! #doctorwho #school #binder (Taken with instagram)
All set for tonight!! #doctorwho #letskillhitler (Taken with instagram)
Hello there! #ssdc #doctorwho
If you want to get live updates from the panel, you can follow Anglophenia over at BBC America.
A little backstage action #comiccon with #DoctorWho #SDCC!
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