What is TIMEY-WIMEY? Ask ARTHUR DARVILL (Rory Williams): “It might make you go a bit wibbly-wobbly… but in a good way!”
Watch the World Premiere of an All New Special, THE TIMEY-WIMEY OF DOCTOR WHO *** Saturday Aug 18 at 9/8c *** immediately followed by the World Premiere of THE NERDIST: TRIBUTE TO TIME TRAVEL at 10/9c, only on BBC America.
When the Doctor’s around, tomorrow is yesterday, yesterday is tomorrow and 18th century France is in your fireplace. Confused yet?
Join celebrity Whovians - 30 Rock’s Scott Adsit, comedian Eugene Mirman, BuzzFeed’s Jack Shepherd, plus Alison Haislip, Natalie Morales, Wired’s Adam Rogers and Nerdist’s Jonah Ray and Chloe Dykstra - as they try to make sense of all the “wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey… stuff.”
Matt, Karen, and Arthur shooting an interview at the Wired Cafe today.
Doctor Who’s Matt Smith and Karen Gillan stop by the Wired Cafe to talk about Comic Con, The Silence, and their favorite moments in the show.
Another great interview!
Wired.com will interview the magnetic eleventh Doctor later this month. While he can’t spoil specific details about what will happen when the alternately comedic and terrifying series returns to the air waves in September, Smith can chat about what it’s like to join the longest-running sci-fi program in television history. Judging by the vigorous responses to Wired.com’s continuing coverage of the show, Smith has already become one of Doctor Who’s most memorable Time Lords ever.
He can chat about that and more, but not until you ask him. Quiz the Eleventh Time Lord in the comments section below. We’ll extract the coolest queries and send them Smith’s way (along with our own). It’s this kind of teamwork that makes the TARDIS time-slide so finely.