In the 50th anniversary tribute, were the classic doctors wax models? Or just expert editing? I really want to know.
Expert 3D modeling.
We were able to see the storyboards early on. The whole process was kind of incredible.
We’ve asked if we can post some sort of “making of” thing.
(Have you seen the new Doctor Who 50th Tribute Trailer? Watch it here.)
Don’t close your dash as we have a few more images coming in a bit….
Promos - The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End
The Big Questions with David Tennant and Catherine Tate
I LOVE these two together.
And. Look. At. Him. Laughing.
Doctor Who Confidential: Oods and Ends (Series 4)
I think that was a very clever line. It absolutely made sense in terms of character—that’s exactly what that version of the Doctor would say. So it didn’t break the fiction. But at the same time it was a bigger line than that. It was partly Russell [T Davies] expressing how he felt about leaving the show because we were all leaving together. —David Tennant, The Big Issue, 2012
I’m the kind of girl who doesn’t like roller coasters you know, i’m a little bit of a scaredy cat really. I’ve convinced myself that I’m this really cool, fully trained stunt person, do my own stunts kind of thing, um but really I’m falling backwards off a mat.
Behind the Scenes - Doctor Who
Matt and David.
We visited “Doctor Who" composer Murray Gold in his New York studio to discuss his work on the series since it was relaunched in 2005 under producer Russel T. Davies and Doctor Christopher Eccleston. Gold has since worked on every season of the show, changing the music to fit the personalities of each new Doctor.
Wondered what it takes to make a Sontaran warrior look so terrifying? Turns out, it’s foam rubber, a lot of make-up and two hours of patient work. See Strax actor Dan Starkey get made up in this time-lapse video.