Another Regeneration

How about a regeneration gone wrong then?  Adults only, not for the kiddos and all that warning type stuff:

Who said we couldn’t find stuff to watch until the Christmas special?

Lego Regeneration

Who doesn’t love a good lego regeneration?

Hellos, Goodbyes And Regenerations

I’d love to see this updated to include more recent clips, but it’s pretty nice as-is:

Smith Talks Regeneration

Another one from Doctor Who TV.  Personally I’d have liked to see the scenes they shot…:

Matt Smith has said that the regeneration fans saw in The Time of the Doctor was very different to other versions he shot.

Speaking at the WonderCon Q&A he said: “It’s very interesting the Christmas episode and particularly the regeneration. We shot so many versions of that.”

He elaborates: “We shot much more brutal, emotional and troubling takes and stories in there. The actual take that is used is an interesting one for me.”

Unfortunately Smith doesn’t go into further details but original reports claimed the 11th Doctor lost a leg at some point.

Smith admits he would have preferred one of the alternative versions: “To be honest, although it’s still a great episode, I think perhaps of what we shot and what was cut I would have chosen differently.”

And just in case you didn’t see the scene:

Will It Hurt?

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Gillan Saying Goodbye

From Doctor Who TV:

Karen Gillan has explained how happy she was to make a cameo return for Matt Smith’s final moments in The Time of the Doctor.

Speaking at this month’s Sci Fi Expo panel, she said: “I was so happy! My agent phoned me and said, ‘They want you to come back to Doctor Who,’ and I was like ‘Yes!’ immediately.

“I think part of the reason that Steven Moffat wrote me into that scene was just so that Matt would have me around for his regeneration. And that was the nicest part for me, just to watch him do that, his final moments in the character.”

She later joked about the pair both wearing wigs during filming: “I keep imagining that scene but with both of us bald!”

On the replacement of young Amelia, originally played by her cousin Caitlin Blackwood, she said: “Caitlin was too tall now, so they brought in a girl with really long hair and I just remember feeling so protective over the role that I was like, ‘No. The hair is wrong guys!”

Gillan said she found the experience of seeing Capaldi on set a strange experience: “It’s so weird just watching from the outside all of a sudden. I was thinking ‘This is their TARDIS now’. Then seeing Capaldi walk in the studio was funny because it was really dark inside and light outside so when he walked in the first time he was just this silhouette. I was like ‘Oh my god!’ as he came towards us dressed in the Doctor’s clothes.”

More Smith From New Orleans ComicCon

Intro and his friend: (excuse the screaming)

What number is Capaldi?:

Talking about his Regeneration:

Silence Question:

The one word question:

Scariest Episode: