Sunday, 31 July 2016
And happily, one major figure from Doctor Who is totally on board with that idea – because Michelle Gomez (who plays Time Lord villain Missy/The Master in Who) is totally up for making the crossover happen.
“I am an actor for hire, so if I’m free and it seems like the right thing to do at the time I’d grab it with both hands,” Gomez told RadioTimes.com backstage at London film and comic-con.
However, the actress admitted she wasn’t sure if she would be asked – because at the moment, she doesn’t even know when we’ll next see Missy on Doctor Who itself.
“I just don’t know,” she told us. “I mean, I don’t even know if she’s coming back this season to be honest.
“As a freelancer which is what I am, I try to bag the next job, do it as well as I can and then move on to the next one.”
But would she keep coming back, even if writer Steven Moffat (who created her version of the character) and star Peter Capaldi were to move on after this series?
“I don’t really allow myself to think that far ahead,” she said. “Erm, I don’t know, is the short answer.”
Oh well, not to worry – if none of this pans out, she could always keep aiming for her own spin-off. Missy Who, anyone?
Via Radio Times by Huw Fullerton
Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Monday, 25 July 2016
Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie are shooting at the City of Arts and Science Museum. The building is one of the 12 Treasures of Spain and was designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela. Producer Brian Minchin has confirmed to Sci-Fi Bulletin that they are filming at the El Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe that opened in 2000.
Via Sci-Fi Bulletin
Thursday, 21 July 2016
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Sunday, 17 July 2016
Toby Jones would like to bring back his Doctor Who character The Dream Lord.
The character, written by Simon Nye, was a major antagonist for the Doctor and his companions in the series 7 episode Amy’s Choice in 2010.
He set a villainous trap for Matt Smith’s Time Lord where he and his companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and fiancé Rory (Arthur Darvill) repeatedly fell asleep and woke up in a different reality.
Jones told RadioTimes.com that the part could return - and he would be up for it. “I think he can return, but then again I think every character I‘ve ever played can return. I’d be very happy to return to most of them. The Dream Lord is especially equipped to return because he doesn’t really exist. It would just need him to upload himself as a bit of software, thereby securing immortality.”
Read the full interview at Radio Times by Ben Dowell
Friday, 15 July 2016
Little will begin filming opposite the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, and his new companion Pearl Mackie in Cardiff on Friday.
The actor, who played Antony Royle in the hit sitcom, previously encountered the Doctor when he voiced Guy Fawkes in video game Doctor Who: The Adventure Games.
The BBC said details of his character will be kept under wraps.