She’s still got at least one more series of Doctor Who to come, but Jenna Colemanis already exploring life outside the doors of the TARDIS, as she’s been stepping before cameras on location in Yorkshire over the last week for her latest project Death Comes To Pemberley.
Based on crime author P.D. James‘ 2011 novel of the same name, Pemberley is a belated sequel to Jane Austen‘s Pride and Prejudice, set some years after the marriage of Lizzy Bennet and Mr Darcy, in which the characters are drawn into a complex murder mystery. Jenna is playing Lizzy’s younger sister, Lydia Wickham, alongside Watchmen star Matthew Goode as her husband – with both characters integral to the whodunit plot.
ARTHUR DARVILL: 3 Questions, 2 Biscuits + 1 Cup of Tea
Settle in, and make a cuppa: it’s 3 Questions, 2 Biscuits and 1 Cup of Tea… with ARTHUR DARVILL, star of BBC America’s critically-acclaimed new drama BROADCHURCH premiering WED AUG 7 at 10/9c, immediately following a new episode of LAW & ORDER: UK and past DOCTOR WHO companion.
Hear from ARTHUR about why he’s still chasing the dream life… of Scrooge McDuck - and what old Hollywood talent he wishes he had.
he was in an Eighties punk rock band called the Dreamboys. He was the lead vocalist. And Craig Ferguson, one of the biggest chatshow hosts in the US, played the drums. (Some other people who aren’t famous - Roderick Murray! Temple Clark! Robert Livsey! - were in it too.)
Welcome to the family, Peter Capaldi.
Peter Capaldi has been announced as the Twelfth Doctor, succeeding Matt Smith as star of Doctor Who. The 55-year-old star is the same age that William Hartnell was when he first appeared in the TARDIS back in 1963. The actor is best known for his role as Malcolm Tucker, the cantankerous and foul-mouthed spin doctor Malcolm Tucker from The Thick Of It, as well his role on the ’60s BBC newsroom saga The Hour.
It’s official! Peter Capaldi is the next Doctor!
Matt Smith talks to Access Hollywood at San Diego Comic-Con 2013
BBC America’s “Doctor Who” 50th Anniversary - Comic-Con International 2013 (July 21, 2013)
Richard Madden and Jenna Louise Coleman attend Entertainment Weekly’s Annual Comic-Con Celebration at SDCC on July 20, 2013.
Almost every word Matt Smith utters these days makes news, and he had no lack of press coverage after the first day of his final Comic-Con as the Doctor onDoctor Who. We were there as Matt owned the stage at Entertainment Weekly’s Brave New Warriors panel, which included Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), fellow Londoner Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), David Guintoli (Grimm), and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead).