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  1. Probably Still Not Ginger: 11 Actors Into Whom Matt Smith Should Regenerate

    Next week we'll wonder about what unusual article of clothing we'll associate with him or her since bowties are officially over.

    Matt Smith only announced his resignation from Doctor Who a little less than a week ago, and already the Internet is ramping up with their usual prediction-based shenanigans. Will the Doctor be a woman this time? A person of color? Will it be an even younger less well known white guy with even bigger hair? Who knows? Let's all speculate wildly! Ours is by no means a definite list of the names that keep coming up in conversation, but these are the people we think might be the best equipped at playing the last Time Lord (or Lady! It's gonna happen someday, nerds!).

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  2. The Cast for the BBC Radio Production of Neverwhere is an Anglophile’s Dream. Can We Get All These People in a Movie Now, Too?

    Fangasm

    No, your eyes do not deceive you. That is, in fact, James McAvoy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Natalie Dormer, and Anthony Head all in one photo, along with David Schofield (the Pirates of the Caribbean movies), David Harewood (Homeland), and radio drama director Dirk Maggs. And yes, the Neil they're greeting is Neil Gaiman. That would be because they're part of the casting lineup, revealed today in a blog post by Gaiman, of the BBC Radio 4 production of Gaiman's Neverwhere. And the British awesome doesn't stop there: Also in the cast are Sophie Okonedo, Bernard Cribbins, Romola Garai, and Sir Christopher Lee. Hypable says that the lineup is "like something from a Tumblr fantasy-casting meme," and I'd have to disagree, but only because of the lack of Tom Hiddleston. Otherwise that assessment is spot-on.

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