Here Is The Doctor Who @ San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Superpost.

So here it is, a list of everything Doctor Who at San Diego Comic-Con 2013. We’ve got the big Doctor Who panel in Hall H, we’ve got exclusive Doctor Who merchandise at the BBC America booth (#3629), and (most excitedly) we’ve got the second annual Whovian party that we like to call the Doctor Who Fan Meetup.

Here are the full details:

BBC America’s Doctor Who 50th Anniversary
Sunday, July 21, 12:30-1:30pm
Hall H

BBC America presents the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary panel featuring Doctor Whostars Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman, award-winning lead writer and executive producer Steven MoffatAn Adventure in Space and Time star David Bradley, and award-winning writer/executive producer Mark Gatiss. The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special will premiere November 23, on BBC America. As part of the celebrations in November, An Adventure in Space and Time will tell the story of the genesis of Doctor Who, with David Bradley starring as the first ever Doctor, William Hartnell.

Matt Smith will appear on Entertainment Weekly’s Brave New Warriors
Thursday July 18, 4:45pm - 5:45pm  
Ballroom 20 

A new generation of heroes has revitalized television. These daring, dauntless young actors have fans swooning and critics raving. Matt Smith (Doctor Who), Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead), Tyler Posey(Teen Wolf), and David Giuntoli (Grimm) discuss the thrills and fears of taking on iconic characters, reveal how they broke into the business, and share their favorite stories from set.

BBC America Presents The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fan Meetup
Saturday, July 20, 2:00-4:00pm
Block No. 16,  344 7th Ave, San Diego

Join us Saturday for a celebration of the Doctor Who community at the second ever Official Doctor Who Fan Meetup at Comic-Con. There will be Cosplay! There will be contests! and (of course) a roving Whovian photo booth! For details, check out the Official Doctor Who Tumblr.

A Conversation with Doctor Who @ Nerd HQ
Saturday, July 20, 2:00pm
Petco Park, 7th Ave and K Street, San Diego 

Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat stop by NERD HQ to talk all things Doctor Who ahead of the 50th Anniversary Special premiering November 23, 2013 on BBC AMERICA.

Matt Smith to appear on the Nerdist Podcast Live
Saturday, July 20, 9:30pm
Balboa Theatre, 
868 4th Ave, San Diego

The Doctor, one more time before regeneration, back with Chris, Matt, and Jonah… yeah, one for the highlight reel. DO NOT MISS IT.

New and exclusive merchandise at the BBC America Booth (#3629)

Fans of Doctor Who will find an assortment of contemporary and classic licensed merchandise at Comic-Con, available at the BBC AMERICA booth, in addition to officially licensed Doctor Who partners’ booths.  The BBC AMERICA booth will also offer fans several product launch exclusives that will be announced later this week.

Liveblogging, Livetumblring, and Livetweeting all of Comic-Con

The Doctor Who Tumblr, the Anglophenia Blog, and @BBCAmerica on Twitter will continue their tradition of liveblogging Doctor Who and the entire BBC family of programming at Comic-Con! Follow us on Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook for real time updates and announcements from Doctor Who, Orphan Black, and more!

Oh what the heck: There will be a Doctor Who Fan Meetup at San Diego Comic Con this year.

Details coming soon.

To every Tumblr Whovian who couldn’t make it to the first ever Doctor Who Tumblr Meetup in San Diego this past weekend…

Your fellow Whovians have a message for you.

Michelle Coyle: A few things I learned at the Doctor Who Panel

thelistfilmpodcast:

The line to get into the 1pm Doctor Who panel began outside Hall H around 8pm the night before. If you wanted to get a place in the 6500 seat auditorium, you had to get there early, very early. By the time the panel was about to begin, this audience was so excited they started clapping out the rhythm of the Master’s drums and once Moffat and the cast got on stage there was an extremely loud standing ovation.

The panel was producers Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner, as well as the Doctor (Matt Smith) and the Ponds (Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill.)

It’s well known that Amy and Rory Pond will be leaving the show in a meeting with the Weeping Angels half way through this season, so in a way this was a Comic Con good-bye to them. They showed the extremely moving clip from “The Girl Who Waited” where Amy is telling Rory why he needs to leave her while she is outside the TARDIS and he is inside. I’m pretty sure there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. Karen spoke of her leaving the show and said she cried for two weeks straight after she left. But don’t worry you’ll see more of both her and Arthur as they have many projects coming up. The most exciting for Who fans is probably “Broadchurch” in which Arthur will be working with David Tennant. It is also written by Who writer, Chris Chibnall.

They all spoke a lot about how one of the main themes of Doctor Who is the idea of regeneration and change. That it’s about learning to love characters and learning that we have to let them go.

A few things I learned at this panel:
1. When Matt started the show he was given a handbook describing all the various areas of the TARDIS, what they were for, and what all the buttons and levers are for. How much do you want to own this handbook?
2. Only Moffat knows what the Doctor’s name is and why we can’t know it. He will not tell us why.
3. Moffat won’t say if he is planning on an episode with multiple Doctors or not.
4. Moffat said of River Song, “You can’t trust that woman.”
5. The alliance of evil that got together at the Pandorica will not reconvene, according to Moffat.
6. Both Karen and Matt’s favorite guest character on the show was Vincent van Gogh (can you blame them?) Karen and Arthur’s favorite costumes were the Kiss-a-Gram and Centurion respectively (again, duh!)
7. Karen is an amazing bowler even though she has never bowled before this week and has terrible form that involves yelping when she releases the ball.
8. All the cast members have taken souvenirs from the TARDIS. David Tennant kept his sonic screwdriver.

Moffat promises lots of variety in the upcoming series. Westerns, tragedy, Weeping Angels, dinosaurs, Daleks, lots and lots of Daleks.

Roundup: Inside the ‘Doctor Who’ Comic-Con Panel | Anglophenia | BBC America

For the second year running, there was a Whovian Sunday at San Diego Comic-Con. Sonic screwdriver-brandishing fans packed Hall H for a panel that featured Doctor Who‘s Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, lead writer/executive producer Steven Moffat, and executive producer Caroline Skinner. The atmosphere was as electric as panels past, with zings of oddball wit from überfan and moderator Chris Hardwick from The Nerdist.

But amongst all of the cheers and celebration, there was an inescapable feeling of sadness. After all, the upcoming season of Doctor Who will see the departure of the Doctor’s beloved companions the Ponds – played by Gillan and Darvill.

Go read the roundup at Anglophenia

Noises...

  • Arthur:
    We do spend all of our time together. We've got to the point where we can't really have conversations with the three of us...
  • Matt:
    It's just noises.
  • Arthur:
    Just noises.
  • Karen:
    Yeah!
  • Matt:
    Just noises and silly phrases.
  • Moffat:
    We like to call them episodes.

Karen and The Babes in San Diego: DW panel @ Comic-Con

(Source: k-bishop)

British all the actors!

  • Chris:
    I feel like in England there are 50 actors and they all just do this *mingles and intertwines hands* ...constantly.
  • Moffat:
    In fairness those 50 actors seem to be playing the leads in most of your shows.
  • *crowd ooo's*
  • Chris:
    It's true. It's true.
  • Moffat:
    It's slowly becoming true that British Actors are better at being American.
  • Chris:
    It's true.
  • Moffat:
    How does it make you feel?
  • Chris:
    Well, it almost makes me feel bad for driving you bastards back. "They're taxing our tea!? We don't even drink tea! Who gives a crap!"

gotta-get-back2-gallifrey:

I assume this is an accurate description of Steven Moffat at Comic-Con.

gotta-get-back2-gallifrey:

I assume this is an accurate description of Steven Moffat at Comic-Con.

(Source: marvelousmerriment)

@steven_moffat: In the middle of ‪#SDCC‬ madness and confined to my room writing. Same old, same old (but this time with reading glasses.)

: In the middle of  madness and confined to my room writing. Same old, same old (but this time with reading glasses.)


 

@RattyBurvil: So someone ‘snazzy’ is going to be taking over @BBCAMERICA's twitter tomorrow. ‪#SDCC
If you’re on Twitter, go give this a signal boost.

: So someone ‘snazzy’ is going to be taking over 's twitter tomorrow.

If you’re on Twitter, go give this a signal boost.

bbcamerica:

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill - EW Comic-Con Portrait

Setting our previous post of this ‘private’ and reblogging from the BBC America blog. Because of reasons.
Also: are you following the BBC America Tumblr yet?

bbcamerica:

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill - EW Comic-Con Portrait

Setting our previous post of this ‘private’ and reblogging from the BBC America blog. Because of reasons.

Also: are you following the BBC America Tumblr yet?

Karen, Arthur, and Matt walk the carpet at the WIRED Cafe At Comic-Con

(via vmars)

raddalife:

Guess “who” I saw in San Diego?

raddalife:

Guess “who” I saw in San Diego?

@KarenGillan2: This is the best place ever @comiccon with @RattyBurvil and smith dog.

: This is the best place ever with and smith dog.

(Source: thedoctor)




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