Doctor Who: Let’s Kill Hitler + Q&A, September 2011

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Matt Smith Q&A from London Comic Con 2012 Part 2 - Doctor Who - BBC

Here it is, the Matt Smith + Caro Skinner Q&A from London MCM Expo!

We’re still trying to figure out where Part 1 went. In the meantime:

This is Part 3.

This is Part 4.

And this is a picture of Arthur Darvill standing over a tiny piano.

Carry on.

BBC Doctor Who Blog - Ask the Execs: Part One

From the BBC Doctor Who Blog:

Many thanks for all your questions for Doctor Who’s Executive Producers. We put a number of them to Steven Moffat and Caro Skinner on Tuesday on the run up to the Asylum of the Daleks premiere and we’ll be bringing you a video featuring several of their replies early next week.

However, over the course of Tuesday, Steven and Caro did provide answers to some of the most popular questions and we can bring you their responses now.

Quite naturally, a lot of people want to know when Asylum of the Daleks will be broadcast. The answer, given on Tuesday was ‘soon’. No transmission date has been absolutely confirmed as yet, but as Steven Moffat commented, ‘We wouldn’t be doing the press launch if it wasn’t soon.’ The moment a date has been confirmed for the new series, we’ll let you know!

Another popular question was how many adventures are in the pipeline and Steven and Caro confirmed that we’ll have five episodes starting later this year: Asylum of the Daleks, Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, A Town Called Mercy, The Power of Three and The Angels Take Manhattan. Amy and Rory bow out in the last of these and we meet the Doctor’s new companion, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, in the Christmas Special. After a break, there will be a further eight episodes in 2013 plus a drama about the genesis of Doctor Who: An Adventure in Space and Time, written by Mark Gatiss.

Many people wanted to know what else was planned for 50th anniversary but Steven and Caro were remaining tight-lipped about this at the moment!

BFI To screen ‘Doctor Who’ Season Opener on Big Screen

Cult British sci-fi show Doctor Who is to get a boost for its upcoming seventh season as key cast Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill will take to the stage for a Q&A following a preview of the first episode at the British Film Institute’s Southbank center.
The actors will be joined on stage next week at the event by award winning writer Steven Moffat and executive producer Caroline Skinner at the one-off event hosted by broadcaster Richard Bacon.
The British Film Institute event will play host to series seven’s debut episode, Asylum of the Daleks, a return of the Doctor’s deadliest foe.
The BBC caused a fanboy and girl frenzy on the web with a fresh trailer for the new season during the Olympics last week.
It included glimpses of episode content including a story set in the Wild West and one that sees the Doctor and Amy rock up in Times Square, New York.

BFI To screen ‘Doctor Who’ Season Opener on Big Screen

Cult British sci-fi show Doctor Who is to get a boost for its upcoming seventh season as key cast Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill will take to the stage for a Q&A following a preview of the first episode at the British Film Institute’s Southbank center.

The actors will be joined on stage next week at the event by award winning writer Steven Moffat and executive producer Caroline Skinner at the one-off event hosted by broadcaster Richard Bacon.

The British Film Institute event will play host to series seven’s debut episode, Asylum of the Daleks, a return of the Doctor’s deadliest foe.

The BBC caused a fanboy and girl frenzy on the web with a fresh trailer for the new season during the Olympics last week.

It included glimpses of episode content including a story set in the Wild West and one that sees the Doctor and Amy rock up in Times Square, New York.

Doctor Who Live Cast Q&A at Westfield Stratford City - Part 1

On 28th November 2011 the TARDIS landed at London’s Westfield Stratford City in celebration of the UK release of the Doctor Who Complete Series 6 box set on DVD and Blu-ray.

Matt Smith (the Doctor), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) took part in a Q&A session hosted by celebrity Doctor Who fan Jo Whiley.

You can watch all four videos here!




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