It’s official! Bow ties ARE cool. And on that now-infamous part of the Doctor’s wardrobe, Smith said:
“That was me. The producers groaned when I got it out, and then I put it on, and they said, ‘Yes: that.'”
Geek fashion has now been validated.
This is probably one of the coolest Doctor Who things I have seen this week. At this year’s Dragon Con, someone asked Sylvester McCoy, the 7th Doctor, to read the infamous speech made by Matt Smith from “The Pandorica Opens” episode.
I suppose this is good news, although this poster shows fractures between Peter, Olivia and Walter. But Peter is in there, so that’s a good sign! I’m very curious as how a world where Peter doesn’t exist is going to work. Also, how do you think they will resolve the Peter issue?
All I could think of after I watched this week’s episode of Doctor Who was how happy I was that we’ve finally got an episode that just feels like Doctor Who. I am not entirely sure what I mean by that, but after all of this convoluted plot making we have had to endure over the past season, this episode was a refreshing change of pace.
I’m still on the fence about a British actor playing Superman, but I have to admit that Henry Cavill does look the part in these new photos that have surfaced. I’d see the movie alone for the eye candy, I’ll admit it.
I know that I’m a little late in getting my review up for the new episode of Doctor Who, but in my defense, when it aired, I was in London seeing David Tennant and Catherine Tate in “Much Ado About Nothing.” I did catch some spoilers on Twitter (shame on you), but as I was seeing the 10th Doctor and Donna Noble in the flesh, well… I guess I win out on spoiler people, right?
So in flying back from a trip from Paris, France, I happened upon the Water for Elephants film starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson. It was something to help pass the time of a long-haul flight and in the end, that’s all it turned out to be – a time waster.
I guess we knew this was coming, what with Peter being written out of existence on Fringe, but it’s still a little upsetting to me. It has been confirmed that we will be seeing a lot less of Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop on the show with this upcoming season.
I’m hearing a lot of good buzz about the new Stephen Spielberg-produced t.v. series Terra Nova. Premiering on September 26 on Fox, this new sci-fi series will follow an ordinary family back in time to prehistoric Earth as part of an experiment to save mankind.
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