The cast of Doctor Who arrives at the East Village Cinema in New York City for the second year in a row now for a premiere screening of the start of the 2011 series. Among the cast are Matt Smtih, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston, joined by Executive Producer and Lead Writer, Steven Moffat. If you watch closely in the background, you can spot Barnaby Edwards (of DWNY and blogger here on our site) as well.
On April 12th, Den of Geek posted a story (written by Robbie Boland) about the 10 things that they would like to see in 'Doctor Who'
The first thing on the list was "Less Earth" - you know fewer stories set on Earth and more other-world stories. It's a big universe out there, why spend all your time on Earth.
2nd on the list was "More TARDIS" - we have this wonderful machine that's bigger on the inside than the outside yet all we see is the control room - there's got to be more to the TARDIS than that.
3rd on the list is 'Less Sonic Screwdriver' - it is starting to become a crutch and is used to get past anything. In the past it wasn't used all the time and when stories relied on it too much John Nathan Turner got rid of it. It made the Doctor more resourceful as he found other ways to solve whatever problem he had without it.
OK This time it's a trailer from the CBBC the Childrens BBC basically, and there are Two new short clips in it so eyes open for one, the other is obvious.
For those of you like me who didn't/couldn't make it to the East Village Cinema yesterday then here's a few photo's of the cast posing for the camera. Hmmm I see a scarf in the background in one... Hmmm.
The cover for the Radio Times one of the UK's many TV listings magazines, originally BBC Centric has another of it's Doctor Who specials. Within there is an Interview with Matt Smith and Steven Moffat. Also there have been a bunch of new promo photo's released to the waiting world. One of the Impossible Astronaut and the other of the Silence. Pictures to follow with the pictures of the Silence and Radio Times cover coming last, to avoid spoilers for those who want to wait until April the 23rd.
If you like Rebecca Black's "Friday" song, you're gonna love this too… (everyone else… well, be warned).
BBC America has released another Trailer but this is at least very short.
BBC America interviews Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill while currently in NYC.