Planet Gallifrey: February 2010

Sunday, February 21

PG on Twitter!


Because I don't always get to write to-the-minute news announcements, I thought it would be great to have an accompanied Twitter account!


So yeah, please follow! :) 

Saturday, February 20

Ooh new Series 5 trailer!

Friday, February 19

Trailer Time Revealed!

Lizo said the following on his Twitter:
*cough* new Dr Who trailer tomorrow *cough* 18.28ish BBC One, 19.16ish BBC HD *cough* 1 minute long *walks away whistling innocently* 
There we go! Yippee!!

Wednesday, February 17

TARDIS Console Competition Winner!

Well done to Susannah in Leicestershire whose entry won:


Check out the video here (thanks to Cameron at Blogtor Who):

New Promo Pic!

WOWEE!!

 

*gasp*

*faint*
The mean-puppet alien in the bottom right is apparently called 'the Smiler'. And the vortex behind is supposedly the vortex the TARDIS will swim through in the new series!

A trailer will also be shown THIS Saturday on BBC One. There are also talks of a 3D trailer to be shown in cinemas.

Tuesday, February 16

SFX Awards!

Doctor Who bagged lots in the SFX Awards!
Best Actress - Eve Myles
Best Actor - David Tennant
Best Plot Twist - Torchwood: Children of Earth - Jack sacrificing his grandson
Best Death Scene - Torchwood: Children of Earth - Ianto

In other news, Tommy Knight from The Sarah Jane Adventures will be attending the Midlands EXPO on the 20th February, along with Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) from Harry Potter.

And for Classic Who fans, check out this completely legal link!
for US/Australian fans, try this link out here it'll work hopefully :)

Saturday, February 13

The One-th Hour!

Radio Free Skaro report that Matt Smith's debut episode will be... an hour long! Exciting news! Also, they managed to get the supposed press release early, sparking some mega speculation...

A new era of Doctor Who begins in Spring 2010. This latest series of the BBC’s flagship drama programme sees Matt Smith’s debut as the new, Eleventh incarnation of the famous Time Lord alongside a new travelling companion, the enigmatic Amy Pond (Karen Gillan).

Together they explore 16th century Venice, France during the 1890s and the United Kingdom in the far future, now an entire nation floating in space.

As always, wherever the Doctor goes, his oldest enemies are never far behind – the Daleks are hatching a new master plan from the heart of war-torn London in the 1940s. But they are not the only strange creatures the Doctor and Amy must face – there are also alien vampires. humanoid reptiles, old enemies such as the Weeping Angels, a Star Whale, and a silent menace that follows Amy and the Doctor around wherever they go…


In other news...
Goodness Gracious Me and EastEnders star, Nina Wadia, has landed a role in the upcoming series as a villain! Her old co-star Meera Syal also got a part some time ago. 

Friday, February 12

To the Batcave!

Torchwood, in association with Watch, have released a brand-new-spankingly-awesome online comic! Check it out here! Ianto fans will be delighted that they haven't bunked him off the comic too :P

Wednesday, February 10

Cold Blood!

It's official! The Silurians are back!

Actress Neve McIntosh has let slip that the lizard-esque monsters seen in the Doctor Who Series 5 trailer are, as suspected, classic series enemies The Silurians.


McIntosh will appear in episodes eight and nine of the fifth series in a two-part story written by Chris Chibnall. Part one is thought to be called The Ground Beneath Their Feet with the conclusion entitled Cold Blood.


In an interview with Perthshire Advertiser, she said, “The stories have got a bit darker. I play twins, and they’re big lizardwarrior women. They’re one of the Silurian tribes that have been undisturbed under the earth. And of course we get disturbed.”

Of course, these match up with the Set Pictures:

 

The John-Barrowman Factor

Aww.

Pre-order his album here and spread the word!

Saturday, February 6

Perfect Match

Steven Moffat claims that Matt and Karen are a "perfect fit" for Doctor, says Digital Spy.

"All credit to Andy Pryor, everyone we saw for the role of Amy was terrific. Genuinely, every single one of them. There wasn't a single bad audition, they were all brilliant."

The latest Doctor Who Magazine is out now! :) 

 

Wednesday, February 3

Series One/Five/32/31/Fnarg!!

The first three episodes will be called:

5.1 The Eleventh Hour
5.2 The Beast Below
5.3 Victory Of The Daleks

Ooh!!