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  1. Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill Has Joined The CW’s Arrow/Flash Superhero Spinoff as a Time Traveler

    OMG we can honestly say this is Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey... Stuff!

    The irony! The IRRRROOOOONNNNYYYY!

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  2. Stream Yourself Some Culture: Globe Theater Offers New On-Demand Player for Shakespeare Productions

    Yes that is Arthur Darvill. You're welcome.

    Back in the day, if you wanted to watch a Shakespeare play—or any work of Elizabethan-era theater, really—you had to schlep yourself over to a disgusting outdoor theater and, unless you could afford the exorbitant costs for seats. stand with a bunch of other plebes in a tightly packed standing-room-only gravel pit. But we live in the future now, where we can stream those plays directly into our eyeballs via magic screens! Isn't life amazing?

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  3. Hello Doctor Who Fans, Here is Arthur Darvil Singing “Let it Go”

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    It's become very clear over the past few months that the internet will listen to anything if it's got music from Frozen. Arthur Darvil wants everybody to know that since Doctor Who he's got a role in Broadchurch and has been starring in a West End play. And that's the story of how you got this post. Previously in Frozen

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  4. David Tennant Will Be Playing An American Version Of His Broadchurch Character For Fox

    The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

    The ITV series Broadchurch just recently wrapped here in the U.S. on BBC America. While we're already curious as to where Season 2 will take us, we've been blindsided by an American remake. Normally we'd scoff at such a notion but as it turns out, they've nabbed David Tennant to reprise his role as Detective Inspector Alec Hardy. Just one hiccup - Tennant will be flexing his American accent this time around.

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  5. Doctor Who‘s Arthur Darvill Backs Mirren for Next Doctor

    DO WANT

    "I suppose it could be a woman. I don't know. I think it is a male part, though I think it's just about the person. I'd love to see Dame Helen do it - best of luck to whoever gets it, though." — Past Doctor Who Companion Arthur Darvill considering a female Doctor. Nice to know we here at The Mary Sue are not the only ones who would love to see Dame Helen Mirren take on the part of the 12th Doctor! She would be fierce, to put it mildly. Do you hear that, Moffat? FIERCE! (via Digital Spy Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +? Previously in Doctor Who

    • Things We Saw Today: A Companion Meets the Queen
    • Amelia Pond in Wonderland: Where the Doctor is the Cheshire Cat
    • John Barrowman Joins Others in Not Being Devastated by Matt Smith Leaving Doctor Who

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  6. Watch Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill Start A Band, Star On Broadway

    I See What They Did There

    Matt Mira and Jonah Ray of The Nerdist crew recently travelled to London and accidentally wound up starting a successful band with Doctor Who's Arthur Darvill. Watch their epic rise and tragic downfall in under three minutes! Also, tangentially related, we just found our Darvill is taking over the role of "Guy" in Once on Broadway for the next nine months. So if you ever wanted to hear him sing in person, now's your chance. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Steven Moffat Condescends To Explain That Huge Doctor Who Plot Hole About The Ponds

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    Look, I'm not saying something not even invented yet needs to make sense all the time, but if you're going to make up your own rules, at least stick to them. And don't be a jerk when people ask you to explain. I'm looking squarely in your direction, Steven Moffat

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  8. Three Day Event To Celebrate Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary To Be Held In London

    The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

    Love Doctor Who? Want to celebrate its 50th anniversary? You have until November to figure out how to get to London. Plus, what are Rory and the Fifth Doctor doing?

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  9. Watch David Tennant and Arthur Darvill In The Trailer For Broadchurch

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    Fair warning, there's nothing about time or space travel in this trailer, in fact, it's pretty heavy crime material. The reason we're posting the trailer for the eight-part drama series Broadchurch is because it stars Doctor Who actors David Tennant and Arthur Darvill. Technically it stars another Doctor Who actor, Olivia Colman (and well, probably more because tons of British actors have been on the show), but I'm gonna go ahead and make a while assumption and say many will tune in for the two fellas. The series will air on BBC America later this year. (via Deadline) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. BBC Writer Explains How Torchwood Lost It With Miracle Day

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    Your mileage may vary but I really hated Torchwood: Miracle Day. It took what was once a really unique sci-fi show with interesting characters and turned it into a bland U.S. extension with awful character development. If you found yourself thinking the same, you're not alone. Doctor Who and Torchwood writer Chris Chibnall thinks he knows why it didn't work.

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  11. BBC America Acquires the Rights to Broadchurch, Starring Ten and Rory Williams. I Mean David Tennant and Arthur Darvill. Sorry.

    Hello Sweetie

    If you live in the UK you already knew you'd get the chance to see Broadchurch, a miniseries about "the events and investigation that unfold in a small coastal town after the murder of a young boy," a bit later this year. And now we've found out that it's been picked up by BBC America to air in the States as well. Why is that news relevant to our American readers? Only because Doctor Who's David Tennant and Arthur Darvill are both in it. We thought you'd like to know.

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  12. Review: Amy & Rory’s Last Episode Of Doctor Who & Season 7 So Far

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    I feel like we've been talking about it for ages but last night it finally happened - Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill played out their last episode of Doctor Who as Amy and Rory. Some might say it was emotional, some might say it was scary. My view? I'd say it falls somewhere in the realm of disappointing. A spoiler-filled review of "The Angels Take Manhattan" after the jump. 

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  13. The Mary Sue Interviews Karen Gillan of Doctor Who

    Interview

    As we promised a few days ago in our Doctor Who Season 7 premiere photo gallery, we've got three very special interviews from our time spent with stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, as well as new Executive Producer Caroline Skinner at the event. Since Gillan is a fellow redhead, I've decided to let her go first! See what she had to tell us about her own time travel preferences, how she feels about leaving the long-running sci-fi series, and who she thinks could make a great female Doctor. 

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  14. New Doctor Who Promo Previews Ponds and Puns

    The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

    It was officially (finally) announced today that Doctor Who returns to our lives in less than two weeks. As if that wasn't enough to freak out about, we also have this new trailer for season seven. As one can expect with Who, the trailer is an interesting blend of hilarity, action, and impending doom. Oh, and puns. It's also the first time this season I've heard anyone within the story mention something about the Ponds leaving voluntarily, which bodes well with my prayers that they won't be killed off in some horrible fashion.

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  15. Steven Moffat Has Completely Changed The Ending For Doctor Who’s Amy & Rory

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    As if Steven Moffat wasn't hurting us enough by letting the Ponds go, he's just revealed the ending he originally had planned for Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill's Amy and Rory has been altered. Will we ever know what their fate would have been if he went with his first choice? Hit the jump to find out why he did what he did and what it meant to Matt Smith

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  16. The Season 7 Trailer For Doctor Who Has Landed!

    Don't Panic

    That's...a lot of Daleks. Hit the jump to watch the Season 7 trailer immediately. (and see the rest of this INSANE teaser image)!

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  17. One Really Famous U.S. Landmark Might Be a Weeping Angel

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Oh, Doctor Who. Please stop making us so terrified of everyday objects and occurrences. Well, don't stop, because we love every second of it, but at least, I don't know, ease up a little? Leave us with a couple of things in this world that we don't have to worry are secretly creatures from some other world, waiting to destroy everything we love? Well, that doesn't feel like it's gonna happen anytime soon. In fact, the Doctor and company will be moving momentarily stateside this season, and while they're there they'll battle a very recognizable symbol of American history. For more info on the who/what, follow the jump.

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  18. Watch the Doctor Who Cast Sing “Bohemian Rhapsody”

    The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

    Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill--or, as we like to call them when we're thinking about them as a pop/rock band, Karen and the Babes--have been making the rounds at SDCC, reminding us of just how sad we'll be when a certain Doctor Who episode airs on September 22nd. This time it was with a rendition of the Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Even in the off-key moments it's adorable. DON'T LEAVE US, PONDS! (via Youtube)

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Cabin in the Woods Writer to Pen World War Z Adaptation

    Things We Saw Today

    Max Brooks' zombie novel World War Z has had a rough road to the big screen. It's been re-written and re-shot and re-written and re-shot, etc. Now they've brought on screenwriter Drew Goddard to take a swing at it. Goddard has previously worked on Cloverfield, Lost, and Cabin in the Woods. (via Blastr)

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  20. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan Says Goodbye On Behalf Of The Ponds

    Things We Saw Today

    We posted a short while ago about Karen Gillan starting on her last episode of Doctor Who. We had all the sads. Now she's announced via her twitter account that her job is complete (it got 50+ retweets in under a minute). She's no longer working on Doctor Who. Co-star Arthur Darvill who plays her husband Rory on the sci-fi series echoes her sentiments a short while later tweeting, "And. . . . That's it." Why do they torture us so? 

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