My favorite Doctor out of Doctor Who—Christopher Eccleston's leather-jacket clad wry turn as the 9th—will likely never return to the Beeb, despite this teasing post titled "Christopher Eccleston Confirms When He'll Return to 'Doctor Who' as The 9th Doctor," that gave me hope for a fleeting, beautiful moment.Read More
Christopher Eccleston Says the Arts Are the “Tip of an Iceberg” When It Comes to Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion go beyond race and even gender. Class is an important indicator of the advantages (or lack thereof) a person will have, and this can be compounded by race and gender to make things even worse for someone. In a recent interview, Christopher Eccleston talks about why it's important to think about this when it comes to diversity in the arts, and why the arts should only be a first step.Read More
Christopher Eccleston—who just so happens to be my favorite Doctor—was asked what he thought about the first woman to call the TARDIS her own.Read More
Oh Doctor, my Doctor. Christopher Eccleston's Ninth Doctor was my first, and you never forget your first. Wait, we're still talking about Doctor Who, right?Read More
And bonus Christopher Eccleston & David Thewlis!
Blah, blah, blah mob film... holy shit Tom Hardy is playing two roles!Read More
Cersei does not abide hate. Unless it's against Tyrion. Then, by all means, go ahead.
Want to express your support of equality and your Game of Thrones fandom at the same time? Check out this official Lena Headey NoH8 merch! T-shirt, tank, and baseball t-shirt are available. 100% of the proceeds go to the HoH8 Campaign.Read More
This is not an April Fools' joke! The Ninth Doctor is back!
Today's the day! The Ninth Doctor is back in an all-new five-part miniseries from Titan Comics called "Weapons of Past Destruction," written by Cavan Scott (Who-ology: The Official Doctor Who Miscellany) with artwork by Blair Shedd (IDW's Doctor Who). I spoke with Scott, and he told me why he's thrilled to be writing the Ninth Doctor, why he thinks Doctor Who is so successful in the US, and what he loves about the Ninth Doctor/Captain Jack/Rose dynamic.Read More
March 26th really should be considered an Official Geek Holiday at this point. It was ten years ago today that Doctor Who returned to television with the Ninth Doctor, and the episode, "Rose."Read More
I never actually liked the term "Nu Who."
Russell T. Davies stepped down as showrunner for Doctor Who five years after ushering the series back into the public consciousness in 2005. And hey, someone realized 2015 is the 10th anniversary of that relaunch so why don't we see what he has to say about that...Read More
In which we can't ignore Star Trek.
We're off and running (quite literally as is usually the case with Doctor Who) for Season 8. The most recent episode brought the daleks into play once again but was the execution unique or a repeat of the road often traveled?Read More
I just want to tell you, you were fantastic.
Her Universe already had tons of super cool Doctor Who clothing items, but they've just released a bunch more in celebration of the Doctor Who Season 8 premiere.Read More
Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff
Almost Totally Excellent
Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff
“The Night of the Doctor” Doctor Who Minisode Gives Us the Regeneration We Never Saw, Sets Up the Time War!
Paul McGann! PAUL MCGANN!
Say what you will about the Doctor Who movie starring Paul McGann, but he wasn't the problem. We welcome him back as the Doctor in this minisode that sets up the 50th Anniversary in a big, big way.Read More
old gods do new jobs
I haven't watched the 2005 season in a while but I'm pretty sure that's not what the TARDIS looked like.Read More
James Spader, Scarlett Johansson, Sharon Carter, Malekith, and a Big Hinted SHIELD Cameo; Let’s Talk Marvel
i'll just leave this here
Christopher Eccleston Talks About Doctor Who Anniversaries, Steven Moffat Talks About Billie Piper Being Awesome
The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances
The new trailer for Thor: The Dark World is packed with action, magical prison cells, Idris Elba, Frigga battling the Dark Elf Malekith, and the expected number of threatening voice overs. Based on descriptions we heard last month it seems to be the same trailer that aired at Comic-Con, but for those of us who weren't there it's certainly worth a watch. The new trailer provides more insight into the battles and major conflict of the movie, while the last trailer focused a bit more on the state of Thor and Jane Foster's relationship, and, of course, Loki's hair. Thor: The Dark World is set to release on November 8th of this year. (via ComingSoon.net)Read More