As the season finale looms just a couple of days away here in the states. With the Dr trapped by every one of his enemies from the beginning of the series to now. And the Tardis about to blow and cause the biggest bang in history that rips the fabric of time and space spelling the end of everything including life the big question is. Will Matt Smith leaving already or is this just sensationalism as usual. Well following the rabbit hole of tabloid tunnels he may be hanging on for at least one more season or longer. According to a recent BLASTR article British tabloid says Matt Smith plans to leave Doctor Who that quotes a couple of lines from the Sun . Mr Smith is thinking of jumping Tardis for greener pastures of Hollywood. Where all good time lords retire from BBC TV it looks like ( that is just sarcasm for the literal at heart).
The actor is currently filming this year’s Christmas special with Karen Gillan, who plays his sidekick Amy Pond, and opera star Katherine Jenkins.
He will then go straight into production on the new series, which will air next year.
But a pal said: “Matt plans to quit after the next series.
“He is eager to try new things and thinks Hollywood beckons.”Read more: The Sun
Matt will be sticking around,” she told me at the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup Final at Cowdray Park Polo Club yesterday. “I think those rumours were made up.”
Mandrake images it would be now that David Tennant, the last doctor, has gone. His views about how wonderfully Labour was doing must have been dreadfully tiring, particularly towards the end.
Karen, left, added that she and Smith have started filming the Doctor Who Christmas special, and adds that the atmosphere on the set is “great.”
Now its just who (excuse the pun) do you believe is up to you . At BLASTR they have been following the UK pool that has been going on about who may replace Smith if he goes.
William Hill Next Doctor Who: 4/1 David Morrissey, 5/1 Chiwetel Ejiofor, 8/1 Next Doctor To Be Female, 10/1 Patterson Joseph, 12/1 James Nesbitt, 14/1 Robert Carlyle, 14/1 David Walliams, 14/1 Richard Coyle, 14/1 Tom Ellis, 20/1 John Simm, 20/1 Rhys Ifans, 20/1 Anthony Head, 20/1 Julian Walsh, 20/1 Jason Statham, 25/1 James Corden, 25/1 Alan Davies, 33/1 Nigel Harman, 33/1 Bill Nighy, 33/1 Chris Martin, 50/1 Steven Fry, 50/1 John Barrowman, 66/1 Christopher Eccleston.
Like that is not enough headaches to think about the new head of the Franchise Steven Moffat is receiving hate mail from a female fan of the last Doctor , David Tennant . He even posted on Twitter and gave a reply I guess in the only way he could in response to the hate mail he had received.
I don’t get much hate mail, but when I do it’s always from a lady David Tennant fan. Why? He’s a mate of mine and everything!
Umm simple just think of those female fans like one of those Who villains that just don’t make any sense and want to dominate the world because they have no life at all. So you can be a little terrified that a being actually exist or work it into a story line some how.
You can actually agree with the puzzlement of Mr Muffats. As a matter of fact David Tennant almost reverse his decision to leave the franchise after hearing some story plots.
He said: “I had a meeting with Steven Moffat and in a way that’s been the most difficult bit because I’m such a big fan of his.
“He told me some of his ideas for what’s coming up in the show and it’s going to be so good. When I finally thought I’d made a decision suddenly I was tempted to change my mind again.”
Full story at Digital Spy
Now back to Matt Smiths Dr. Here is a little Tease from the new Drs Christmas Special that we could be looking forward to from the BBC
Ben Stephenson, Controller BBC Drama Commissioning, has revealed that this year’s Christmas special will be, ‘Doctor Who’s clever twist on the much loved A Christmas Carol’.
In 1843, Charles Dickens – whom the Doctor encountered in The Unquiet Dead – planned to write a pamphlet entitled ‘An Appeal to the People of England, on Behalf of the Poor Man’s Child’, intended to draw attention to the plight of the vast underclass of London. But fortunately, the canny writer abandoned this idea when he realised that an imaginative and emotional story would have greater impact. The result was his mini-masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, or to give the tale its full title, ‘A Christmas Carol, in prose, Being a Ghost Story of Christmas’.
The adventure of Scrooge and his visions, as told in A Christmas Carol, was first published on 19 December, 1843 and has since become synonymous with festive cheer. But this timeless classic was almost never written…
See more articles at BBC UK
Can’t wait to see it.
It is only fitting to end this blog post with a video from the Dr and Amy to their fans. And here it is .
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