Yeah I’m the 10th doctor! I had an awesome day today at the Doctor Who Tumblr Meet Up at SDCC!! And I was on BBC Americas Anglophinia post . Such a lovely day!
The Sea Devils // The Sound of Drums
>Did you really believe that?
#MY ACTUAL FAVE SCENE #SHE’S JUST LIKE #REALYL? #YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO BE THE MASTER? #AND YOU’RE GENRE SAVVY ENOUGH TO MAKE SURE THE DOCTOR IS DISABLED ASAP #BUT YOU LEGIT BELIEVE THAT THE KEY TO DEFEATING YOU WAS A GAME OF HUNT THE MACGUFFIN?
The re-colored version of Mind of Evil is now available on DVD.
(Source: , via crystalsoulslayer)
I love the Third Doctor, I’m gonna miss him when I finish his episodes
Doctor Who Series 3: The Sound of Drums/Last of the Time Lords
Doctor Who Series 3: The Sound of Drums
"Is The Master coming back? Who knows?" said Matt Smith last night at the launch of the Doctor Who Christmas special. It’s one of many questions surrounding next year’s 50th anniversary.
But if the Doctor’s arch nemesis did return to wish him happy birthday and destroy the world, who would play him?
John Simm is the most recent actor to fill the role of the evil Time Lord but if he was to regenerate who would Smith like to see take his place?“We’d love to have William Shatner on Doctor Who I’m sure. He’s a sci-fi God! He’d be great,” Smith told Getty, before adding “John Simm is pretty damn good in the role, though”.
Television in their stomachs…
John Simm would like to reprise his role as the Master in Doctor Who, he’s revealed.
“I’d love the opportunity to play him differently,” he told an audience at Cheltenham Literature Festival last week. “I’d love to have another take on him, to be a bit quieter.”
Simm was the seventh actor to take on the role of the Doctor’s arch-adversary – most recently in the 2009 Christmas special – and was notable for his manic cackling.
"There’s a new writer now" he continued, referring to Davies’ successor Steven Moffat – “and I’m sure his take on him would be different so I’d be interested to have a look at it. I’d like to take the Master to a very, very dark place.”
John Simm on filming his parts as everyone in The End of Time.
“Doing the same action all afternoon, that was, ah that was challenging. Shall we say.”
Because everyone seems to like “The Lonely God”, I thought I’d post a few more from that series, which I called “Scenes that Never Happened.” Basically, I wanted to create images around which scenes could be built (and a few of them I did indeed take and build a story around later). These were all done with ink and marker and then touched up in Photoshop.