I call this one “I Think I May Have Found the Rock that the Ponds and the Doctor had a Picnic on so I Sat on It and Cried but then Later Realized that it wasn’t the Correct Rock Probably.”
#doctor who #the angels take manhattan #NYC #central park #i looked and it’s a different bridge in the background when they’re on the rock #it’s stone not the nice white/off white bridge he runs over #not spoilers
They’re painting this on a wall in Brooklyn. (Taken with Instagram)
Um guise. This was supposed to be a surprise.
The woman in the trunk… Suspicious.
Arresting the mayor. A train station trunk discovered with naked woman inside. Duping the press into starting a panic on Wall Street. Click through for some of the craziest incidents of yesteryear.
… since I was taking some time at the counter, my mom sat down at where I probably would have sat if it was the other way around; facing away from the window.
so I sat facing her, so in the corner of my eye I could see out the window.
and I was just casually drinking my tall white hot chocolate
and out of nowhere, casually walking down the street, I see the profile if Matt Smith.
and first I think “no, there is nO WAY this is him.”
but then I see his famous street-walking sunglasses, and by his side, Arthur Darvill.
and I flip the frak out.
and I stop breathing.
and I turned red and almost passed out and I started shaking.
I didn’t know what the hell to do.
and my mom was like “JUST GO” and so I grabbed my purse and just left
and I started running down the street after them…
DEFINITELY click through to read the rest.
You can see her pictures with Matt and Arthur here.
ran into matt smith and arthur darvill in meatpacking tonight. they’re in NY filming an episode. they were both SOOO nice, matt is so great.
If you’re in New York City, Waris Hussein, Director of the first episode of Doctor Who “An Unearthly Child” will take part in a screening, discussion, and Q&A about the very first episode of Doctor Who.
Doctor Who: How It All Began—An Evening with Waris Hussein
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
7:00 pm ET
Waris Hussein, Director, “An Unearthly Child”
Moderator: Barnaby Edwards, President, Doctor Who New York
Climb into your TARDIS and travel back in time with us to November 23, 1963, to hear all about the making of “An Unearthly Child,” the very first Doctor Who episode ever aired, from the man who brought it to life, director Waris Hussein, who will recall what it was like being part of the creation of television’s longest-running science fiction series. In addition to a discussion and Q&A, the evening will include the screening of the episode, with live commentary provided by Hussein. After the event, the director will participate in an autograph session with attendees. (Autograph Policy: Waris will sign a personal item for $20 each. He will also have pictures available for signing at $20 each, which will be signed for free.)
Tickets on sale now.
Doctor Who + BBC America ad on the train in New York.
And no one has noticed because tourists are constantly looking at it.