I’m looking for the Doctor.
Doctor Who has received a Guinness World Record for the largest ever simulcast of a TV drama for ‘The Day of the Doctor’ last night (11.23.2013)
Christopher Eccleston taking his role as the Doctor very seriously.
That caption reads: ‘We’re being promised a new, harder more serious, adult approach to Doctor Who.’
Well, that went to shit, didn’t it.
i’m actually a mess
ive slept 2 hours the entire weekend and ive spent most of it sobbing
The Five(ish) Doctors (x)
"I loved it. I love it, I’m in it! I’m the villain as far as I can see! [Laughs] Absolutely adorable. It was actually my idea to do that, I had bumped into Peter at a party and he said, ‘I’m going to do this little fan video about us all trying to get into the 50th. Do you mind and would you be in it?’ And I said I’ll give you a budget and a camera crew and some time and why don’t you make it for real? Make it for us? It solved a problem for me. I wanted all The Doctor’s properly involved, if they were willing, as best they could.
It maximises what you can do with Sylvester [McCoy] and Colin [Baker] and Peter because they’re not the same people were, all those years ago. You get to see Colin Baker playing Colin Baker which is much more fun that seeing him trying to do a performance that no longer suits him, frankly. And the same with Peter and the absolutely charming Sylvester McCoy, who is an absolute hero. It was brilliant, I love The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot, it was gorgeous.