Barrowman’s Version Of “The Wizard And I”

We’ve already seen Arthur Darvill’s version of Let it Go, but did we forget about John Barrowman’s (Captain Jack) version of The Wizard And I:

12 And River Song

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The Doctor Is In

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Smith Willing To Return

Not really news, as we’ve known this for a while, but Doctor Who TV confirms it again.  I only have one complaint.: When will they learn that he’s called “The Doctor” and not “Doctor Who”?  I expect better from someone who actually played the role!

Matt Smith has said that he is happy to reprise his role as the 11th Doctor for a future multi-Doctor anniversary story.

At the Wizard World Con panel, Smith spoke fondly of working with David Tennant: “It was a real historic moment for me. I always look at David and go, ‘Oh my god. It’s Doctor Who!’

“David is a great guy and a good friend. It was so fun. Doctors in the same room is just magic, isn’t it!”

He enthused: “I’ll happily come back for another anniversary!”

Dalek Risk

I wonder if this is as much fun as it looks?:

DalekRisk

Apparently you join the Daleks, try to take over the world and the Doctor tries to stop you.  As previously promised when posting things like this I’ll include links to buy when they’re available, so here they are:

In The UK

In The US

In Canada

More Artwork

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Moffat On Capaldi

Steven Moffat was speaking to IGN at the BAFTA Game Awards (where The Last Of Us won a bunch of awards – Tom Baker was involved in that one, by the way) and he seems happy with his choice in  the new Doctor:

Doctor Who lead writer Steven Moffat has revealed what we should expect from the twelfth incarnation of the Time Lord when the show returns.

Speaking to IGN at last week’s BAFTA Game Awards, where he presented Naughty Dog with the gong for Best Story for The Last of Us, we asked Moffat what newcomer Peter Capaldi has in store for us, at which point the Scottish showrunner decided to single out his fellow countryman’s nationality for praise.

“Scottishness. I think that’s the main thing,” he laughed. “I mean watching him, and I just watched episode two actually, you don’t go around thinking this is an older bloke as The Doctor, particularly. But then I don’t know if I ever thought Matt Mmith was young?

“You just think my god, he’s Scottish! And doomed dialogue doesn’t half sound great in Scottish. You say the world’s about to end in a Scottish accent, and you really believe it!”

Production on Doctor Who series 8 began in Cardiff earlier this year, at which stage we were also treated to an early look at Capaldi in his new costume.