I never saw her face the first time with the Daleks but her voice! It was the same voice! The same woman! Twice! And she died both times! The same woman!
Doctor Who Series 7: The Snowmen
Show me the stars.
Saul Metzstein: The really interesting shot we did [there], which is what Doctor Who has always wanted to do and never actually done, is the shot when you see the TARDIS as a box and you go into it in one shot. And we finally managed to do the “It’s bigger on the inside” shot.
I was actually thinking about this today when I rewatched the episode! I was like “Oh wow, they’ve never done that before.”
“We did two versions: one where The Doctor really enjoys it, and one where The Doctor is, like, awkward. We did both versions, from every angle. We were doing it so many times I think Saul [the director] actually got a bit uncomfortable!”- Jenna Coleman
We’re well into the first month of Doctor Who‘s 50th anniversary year, and BBC AMERICA is celebrating this milestone with the launch of its Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited series. In its first installment on Sunday, January 27 at 9/8c, the channel will air the 1964 serial “The Aztecs,” which featured First DoctorWilliam Hartnell.
And to honor the 50th, we’re giving one winner a piece of recent Who history — a poster of the Doctor Who Christmas special The Snowmen, signed by starsMatt Smith and Jenna Coleman, executive producer Caroline Skinner, and lead writer/executive producer Steven Moffat.
Click through for details on how to enter.
Doctor Who: The Snowmen
Find out more about the Doctor’s old enemy…The Snowmen saw the return of the Great Intelligence, the malevolent force that threatened to destroy humanity through the sinister Doctor Simeon. It was the first adventure in over forty years to feature the Intelligence, so what’s the story behind this terrifying and mysterious foe?
The Great Intelligence first appeared The Abominable Snowmen, a 1967 story set in a remote Himalayan monastery. It returned the following year in The Web of Fear where the Doctor was able to foil its attack focussed on the London Underground and the 2012 Christmas Special saw the Time Lord facing his old enemy in Victorian England.
We’ve received lots of questions about the Intelligence’s previous appearances and so we’re delighted to roll out our Great Intelligence Collection. All three of their adventures are included and the collection comprises clips, information about the stories, galleries (including a behind-the-scenes look at their debut), Fourth Dimensions and much more…
The new pages include:
The Abominable Snowmen: Travel to the Himalayas for the Intelligence’s first adventure.
The Web of Fear: The Intelligence invades the London Underground
#the way he asks her is so different than the way he asked everyone else#with rose it was ‘i’m off…unless….i don’t know…you could come with me.’ #with martha is was ‘i thought you might fancy a trip.’ #with donna she sorta decided for him and he said ‘i’d love it’ #and with amy it was ‘so what do you think? other planets want to check some out?’ #but with clara there is just something really beautiful about the way he says ‘will you come away with me?’ #and then there is his face when she says ‘yes’ #he lights up and decides then and there that he is going to do whatever he can to make sure she comes with him #this is my favorite moment of the whole episode #this is the moment i was lost to this ship (via oswald-souffle)
doctor who meme | seven outfits → clara’s red dress [6/7]
Doctor Who: The Snowmen
You have a… gentleman friend?