Saturday, December 31, 2011

Erica Durance as Wonder Woman!!

See if you can follow along.  This is a photo of Erica Durance dressed up in the original Wonder Woman costume that was created for David E. Kelley's ill fated Wonder Woman series that was originally slated to air this fall.  The series production was halted after only one episode was filmed.

Friday, December 30, 2011

Check Out Colin Baker In "Shadows of a Stranger" Trailer

6th Doctor Colin Baker will be starring in this independant film "Shadows of a Stranger". Check out the trailer here and for more about it check out this link

Want More Avengers Footage Then Check Out The Avengers Russian Trailer

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Anne Hathaway On Her Catwoman Character

Anne Hathaway has been making the interview rounds lately and has given fans an insite into her interpretation on the Catwoman character.

"Gotham City is full of grace. You look at Heath [Ledger]'s performance as the Joker, there was a lot of madness there but there was also a grace and he had a code there. There's a lot of belief and codes of behavior in Gotham and my character has one, too. A lot of the way she moves and interacts with people is informed by her worldview. Chris [Nolan] has given us all such complex, defined, sophisticated worldviews that it's just a matter of doing your homework and getting underneath the character's skin."
 This quote is about how Anne Hathaway uses Hedy Lamarr as inspiration for her interpretation of Catwoman.

"I know this sounds odd, but her breathing is extraordinary. She takes these long, deep, languid breaths and exhales slowly. There's a shot of her in [the 1933 film] ‘Ecstasy' exhaling a cigarette, and I took probably five breaths during her one exhale. So I started working on my breathing a lot."

Christopher Lee on the Hobbit

Christopher Lee will be returning as Saruman in the Hobbit and gave his insite on the Hobbit and the character.

"Some of the characters from The Lord of the Rings are not in either of these films, sadly. Aragorn is not. I don't think the Rohirrim appear, from what I can remember. I'm not going to talk about the films because it's all confidential... I've done my part in each one. And that took about four days. What is extremely important is that in these two films, which of course are long before Lord of the Rings, in these two films Saruman — who I play again — is indeed still Saruman the White, but he is a good and noble man and a head of the Council of the Wizards as he always was."

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Cloud Atlas - Yet Another Movie for 2012

If there wasn't enough to look forward to - this one looks good.  I may go read the book!!  The novel is made up of six stories that are linked in an unusual way.  Stars Tom Hanks, Hugo Weaving, Halle Berry, Keith David, Hugh Grant, Susan Sarandon, etc.

Watch 'The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe'

Merry Christmas. (Tip: You can skip the Mega Upload song and go straight to video).

Sherlock - A Scandal In Belgravia Trailer

Here is the trailer for the premiere or Sherlock this Sunday.  This story introduces us to the modern Irene Adler who made her debuet in the Arthur Conan Doyle story A Scandal In Bohemia on which this episode of Sherlock is based on.  Can't wait for January 1 when Sherlock returns.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Holmes and Watson - Check Mate (My review of Sherlock Holmes 2 - A Game of Shadows)

I'm not a frequent movie patron so if I make the effort to brave the crowds and overpriced candy, you know a movie has caught my eye.
Having seen both the Sherlock movies and the BBC series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, I have concluded that I am most definitely a Watson fan. I think Sherlock is an interesting character but Watson's stability appeals more to me.
Sherlock Holmes 2 - A Game of Shadows lives up to its previous film for me, except that I deduced the conclusion thirty minutes before it ended. Sherlock is still the manic genius with a handy gift of foresight and martial art skills. Watson is just as level headed and discipline in his approach to all things. This time, we are finally introduced to Sherlock's antagonist, Professor Moriarty, played by Jared Harris. Harris's portrayal of Moriarty, as a sophisticated and intelligent villain, is well done. Chess is used as a metaphor for the ongoing conflict between Holmes and Moriarty, which fits for their type of relationship. They are both strategists and attempt to play as gentleman. I really liked the period costumes and the location shots are visually appealing. I found myself more enthralled with those than the slow motion action sequences. Don't worry, the movie has plenty of those, if you enjoy them.
If you are looking for 128 minutes of good fun, then this sequel is right up your alley. Just be careful you don't run into any unsavory characters while taking that stroll.

Doctor Who: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe Review (Christmassy Spoilers)

Doctor Who
The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe
By Steven Moffat

"Usually called the The Doctor or The Caretaker or Get Off This Planet."

It's Christmas Time and you know what that means. Presents, Santa Clause leaving something good, having Christmas Dinner with family and friends, and of course a brand new Doctor Who Christmas Special. The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe is the 7th Doctor Who Christmas Special.  Does it stand up to Specials of Christmas's past?

Watch The Uncut Star Wars Holiday Special (with original commercials) If You Dare!!!!

Holly Earl & Maurice Cole Discuss The Christmas Special

Behind The Scenes With Marcus Wilson On Dr Who Christmas Special

Steven Moffat On The Christmas Special

Friday, December 23, 2011

Doctor Who Meets Star Wars Episode I - The Prequel Menace

The Walking Dead - Mid Season Report Card (Spoilers)

Did you know that this series is about a world of zombies and that there have been many movies that have already dealt with this?  Did you also know that after the first season there was very little originality shown in this show and I personally felt it was a very boring plot?  Did you also know that this show has gotten higher attention, ratings and praise more so than so many excellent horror related series such as Supernatural and American Horror Story?  Did you also know that the final episode of this half season changed my mind about this show and now I am liking it a lot?


Doctor Who Meets Back To The Future Trailer

The Best and Worst of Geekdom For 2011


2011 was a year that gave us quite a bit of great wonderful stuff. So I walk through the year like Anthony Bourdain sampling stuff good and bad (Well tasting stuff like Andrew Zimmern is more of a reality) and I have finally come up with my list of what is good and bad for the year that was 2011. So let us not delay any longer and let’s find out what are indeed DR5WHO’s Best and Worst of Geekdom for 2011.

Silly Christmas Video 23 "Merry Christmas Everyone" With David Tennant

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Helen Mirren eyes a new role: Dr. Who

Does the TARDIS need a woman's touch?
Actress Helen Mirren has portrayed the queen of England, but has her sights set on a much bigger title: Time Lord. She recently told The Daily Star:
“I would like to play the new female Doctor Who. I don’t want to just be his sidekick.”
If she wants the title role, that eliminates the 66-year-old actress as a competitor for taking over as The Doctor's companion when Amy Pond leaves the show. Mirren also would make history as the first female doctor.

First, of course, there's the matter of Matt Smith, the current doctor, who does not appear to be going anywhere soon.

New 'Prometheus' trailer

Courtesy of the fine folks at Quiet Earth, we have a sneak peek at a new trailer for "Prometheus." The new Ridley Scott feature, reportedly linked to his iconic "Alien" series, hits theaters in June. In the meantime, enjoy this bootleg preview.

Fringe Season 4 Mid Season Report Card (Spoilers)

With seven episodes aired and a return to TV on January 13 it is time to take a look at Fringe so far this season.  The series continues to change and evolve with its parallel Universe plot line.  This year we found out what happened to Peter Bishop.  Bishop ceased to exist last season due to the Observers taking him out of time.  Somehow Peter manages to get back but in this new world in which he still doesn’t exist.  Now he must convince the Fringe team to work on getting him back to ‘his’ reality.

Some Spoilers

Terra Nova - Season One Final Grade

How did Terra Nova's first season do in my opinion.  With a short 13 episode season just finished this week, where does this show go from here?  

Very Minor Spoilers

Sherlock Series Two Promo's and Trailer Vid's (So Excited For This)

Thanks to Spoiler TV for posting these originally.

Doctor Who Worlds In Time Trailer

Here is a trailer for the online game Worlds In Time.  I guess it's like one of those multiplayer games that you do online with tons of people. Could be fun.

Steven Moffat On BBC Breakfast Yesterday Vid

This was brout to my attention by @paul_bowler and it is a pretty interesting interview. Sorry for the lateness it's been busy here getting ready for Christmas.

Silly Christmas Video 21 With A Dalek Again

First trailer for 'The Hobbit'

It's here. Enjoy.

"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" isn't due out until next December. So you'll have to make a little hobbit go a long way.

Part 2 - "The Hobbit: There and Back Again" - follows a year later.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Scarlett Johansson. Black Widow. Latex. Need we say more?

The heat of the spotlight doesn't seem to bother Scarlett Johansson.
By most measures, "Iron Man 2" was seen as a bit of a disappointment. Not surprising for a sequel, of course. But the movie did bring us Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow, a role she will reprise in next year's "The Avengers."

Johansson's character must share the screen with Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man, Chris Hemsworth's Thor, Chris Evans' Captain America, the Mark Ruffalo and CG versions of the Hulk, and Samuel Jackson's Nick Fury. But she recently told Jeremy Gordon of the MTV Splash Page that she doesn't seem to be too worried about getting lost in the ensemble cast of director Joss Whedon:
“There are a lot of people to serve in [‘The Avengers’], for sure. The Widow has a great story. I think Joss did a great job of weaving together all these characters’ stories. It was no small feat for him.”
Might we see her again in "Iron Man 3?"
“I have no idea. I don’t know if I can get that latex suit on after the finishing ‘Avengers.’ I might have to take a break from the latex suit for a minute, eat some real cheese, and then get back into it.”
"The Avengers" assembles in theaters on May 4.

Karen Gillan interview with Hero Complex

Karen Gillan is not done playing Amy Pond alongside Matt Smith's Dr. Who - yet.
All the credit goes to Noelene Clark of Hero Complex, who scored an interview with Dr. Who companion Karen Gillan. She talks about both the past and future of Amy Pond. Without further ado:

NC: Series 6 has been quite different in tone from previous seasons.

KG: I think so. I think that the stakes were upped this time ’round. Everything got a little bit more dangerous, and everything got a little bit more funny and a little bit dark at the same time. So there’s kind of light and shade to it, so it’s not all serious, you know. I just think it’s been the best so far, I really do.

NC: It’s been a lot scarier. The Silence are terrifying villains.

KG: They are absolutely hideous physically. I find them repulsive. Yeah, I think it’s gotten a lot scarier. People are worried that it’s gotten too scary for kids, but I really think that kids love being scared. I loved being scared when I was a kid. The thrill of it, it’s like going on a roller coaster.

'Gravity:' Possible synopsis with spoilers

A decade after "Solaris," George Clooney is returning to space.
Lost in space, indeed.
Mike Sampson of JoBlo has published what he says is the "official synopsis" of the upcoming George Clooney and Sandra Bullock movie "Gravity."
The movie is being shot in 3D under the direction of Alfonso Cuaron, who helmed the terrific "Children of Men." Even more ambitious are reports that the film is being shot (or will be presented) in one take. 
Because of the potential for spoilers, you'll have to click "read more" for the plot details.

Silly Christmas Video 17 Check Out This Houses Christmas Lights

Friday, December 16, 2011

Steven Moffat on Dr. Who Hollywood 'reboot:' Over my 'beheaded' body!

Steven Moffat appears to have the fans - and maybe even the Daleks - on his side.
Much talk in recent weeks has revolved around  director David Yates (the last four "Harry Potter" movies) seemingly laying the groundwork for a Dr. Who movie. Yates has made it clear that his version of a proposed Hollywood franchise would be completely separate from the popular and beloved BBC TV show. As he recently told Variety:
“Russell T. Davies and then Steven Moffat have done their own transformations, which were fantastic, but we have to put that aside and start from scratch."
Not surprisingly, many fans were upset by the news. Moffatt himself was quick to do his best to quash the talk, declaring simply:
“To clarify: any Doctor Who movie would be made by the BBC team, star the current TV Doctor and certainly NOT be a Hollywood reboot."
Apparently not content with that retort, Moffat responded again this week during an interview on BBC Radio 5 Live's Richard Bacon Show:
David was talking a little out of turn, there; a very, very brilliant director but no the film as described by him, of course we're not going to do that - a film that contradicts the television series, it would be a heathen thing to do ... I would be 'beheaded' to do such a thing!
It would be wonderful to do a Doctor Who film, but when and if we did - and hopefully we will be doing it - it will be very much an offshoot of the television series and we'll be part of it, and it will star the television Doctor, of course - anything else would be heresy!
Strong words, but until Yates gives in, is the battle over?

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Movie Poster

More Sherlock Series 2 Promo Pictures

Jack The Giant Killer Trailer

Silly Christmas Video 16 "Hamster Dance" With Matt Smith

Just a really silly song not really Christmassy but what the hell.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Trailer

Steven Moffatt: End is near for Amy and Rory Pond

Arthur Darvill and Karen Gillan: Happily ever after?
It's official: The days of "Dr. Who" companions Amy and Rory Pond are numbered.

According to the show's Steven Moffatt, the beloved characters, portrayed by Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, will leave the show during the next series. He made the announcement at a screening of the Christmas episode, according to BBC News.
"The final days of the Ponds are coming," Moffat reportedly said."I'm not telling you when or how, but that story is going to come to a heartbreaking end."
He also said the Doctor, played by Matt Smith, will meet "a new friend." Said Smith:
"We had the most incredible journey. We took over the show and we've really had to hold hands and help each other through it."So it's very disappointing, but one has to remember that this show is about change and regeneration, and that's what galvanizes it and pushes it forwards."
Gillan, for one, has been very vocal about how her character should end. On several occasions, she has expressed the opinion that Amy Pond should be killed off and not return for guest appearances. She recently told The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who 2012:

"Death would be an option. I don't want Amy to pop up again every so often, because for me it would take away from the big, emotional goodbye.
"Once she's gone, she's gone. I want people to remember the Amy Pond era as a good one."

Captain America Co Creator Joe Simon Has Passed Away RIP

Joe Simon along with Jack Kirby who created the legendary and iconic comic book hero Captain America has passed away today at the age of 98.  Joe Simon was one of the legends of comic books and his contribution to the medium was huge and will never be forgotten.  Follow this link to read more about this talented and nice guy Joe Simon.  RIP Mr Simon you will be sorely missed.

New Blake 7 Novel From Big Finish Out In May

Fans of Blakes 7 will be happy to know that along with the new audio adventures (with original cast members just like their Dr Who range) being released next year that Big Finish will be releasing original novels.  This is pretty cool and I'm looking forward to new Blakes 7 as Big Finish's Dr Who range is top notch and really good.  Here is a description of the book from the press release which you can read at this link

The Moff on Series 7 of Dr Who

Doctor Who Magazine has an interview with Steven Moffat about what he has planned for series 7 of Doctor Who.  He doesn't reveal much but here is a litte bit of what he says.  To read the full interview go out and bye Doctor Who Magazine.

The big thing is, nothing in the next run is starting out as a two-parter," he confirms in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine. "At this stage, everything is a single episode, and the only reason anything will become a two-parter is if we think it needs to be; not so much that the story is too long for 45 minutes, because nothing is too long for 45 minutes, but if it feels as though there are two distinct stages to the story.... I want to be able to say, every week, we've got a big standalone blockbuster, and then a trailer that makes it look like nothing compared to what's going to happen next week! That's the form for next year.
 He then goes on about the cliffhangers and such and what he wants to open the season with.

"This year, we used a lot of cliffhangers and mysteries to pull people through, but then I remember the moment, at the end of A Good Man Goes to War, when we put up the title Let's Kill Hitler. That was so exciting. I'm thinking, ‘Can we do that every week?' You can sod off with poetic understatement. I want slutty titles and movie-poster plots. I want big pictures and straplines. The first episode I'm writing is called [Spoiler] of the [Spoilers]. And it'll feel a bit like Die Hard, that first episode. Everyone is expecting us to do another year like 2011. You're not going to get that at all. You're going to get the biggest, maddest set of episodes ever."

Neil Gaiman: My Favorite Dr Who Series 6 Moments

BBCA has a video out with Neil Gaiman talking about what he enjoyed during Series 6 of Doctor Who.

Expendables 2 Trailer

If you read my What I'm Looking Forward In 2012 article then you know that I'm looking forward to seeing this movie next summer.  Here is the first of many trailers for The Expendables 2

Silly Christmas Video 15 "I Want An Alien For Christmas" with David Tennant

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What I'm Looking Forward To In 2012


2011 will soon be over and 2012 will be on us like bees to honey or flies to a pile of dung that has been sitting around for days.  Any 2011 was a pretty good year for geeks in general.  Lots of great super hero movies and tons of shows to watch on tv and several pretty big comic book happenings.  So what does 2012 have I store for us all.  Well tons of pretty cool stuff that looks to surpass 2011.  Well here is what I DR5WHO is looking forward to in 2012.

Silly Christmas Video 14 "Merry Christmas Everbody!" With David Tennant

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Bane may have villain company in 'Dark Knight' - possible spoiler

Ho, ho, ho!
Bane? Check.

Catwoman? Check.

A mystery villain? Maybe.

We thought we knew the lineup for "Batman: The Dark Knight Rises." Then we poked around on the Internet a little more.

Are we going to spoil it for you? No. Well, yes, if you click "read more."

Simon 'Scotty' Pegg says Khan not in 'Star Trek 2' script

He swears he's telling the truth, the whole truth ...
From the "It Must Be True, It's on the Internet File," we've all heard from many unofficial sources that the villain of "Star Trek 2" is going to be none other than our favorite genetically engineered dictator, Khan. So Simon Pegg, who will reprise his role as Scotty in the film, must have some insight into the movie after reading the script, right? Well, here's what he told MTV:
"I haven't heard the name Khan come up. Not to say it won't come up, but I have heard no mention of him whatsoever. He is a great villain. I don't want to say too much and then have to eat my words as I often do, but we've seen Khan [in a 'Trek' movie before]. To see him again, how much value is there in that? I don't know."

FINDING DOCTOR WHO: How Every Missing Episode May be Recovered

With the finding of two of the ‘lost’ episodes of Doctor Who I got to thinking about the future of these missing episodes. Will we find more? Will we find all of them? Where are they hiding or are they gone for good? I have come up with a few reasons why the chances are good that more will be found as well as some steps to take to recover the ones that may be gone for good.

Doctor Who -The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe Trailer

Marvel Releases Avengers VS Xmen # 0 Cover

For those of you who really want to read this series here is the cover for issue zero.

GI Joe 2 Trailer (Yes The Sequel Looks A Lot Better)

Here is the first look of the sequel to GI Joe. This movie looks a lot better than the first. Not hard to do all they had to do is get rid of those super suits.

Silly Christmas Video 13 (Not Really Silly) Merry Christmas From Cast and Crew of Dr Who

Sunday, December 11, 2011

George Takei asks 'Star Trek,' 'Star Wars' fans to unite against the real evil - 'Twilight'

Leave it to a navigator to set the true course.

First, William "Capt. James T. Kirk" took a couple of shots via video at the "Star Wars" franchise, claiming it was derivative of "Star Trek."

Carrie "Princess Leia" Fisher responded. "Where do they go - Klingon? Sounds like a laundry detergent."

Shatner posted another video ... well, you get the idea.

Getting what we hope is The Last Word is George "Sulu" Takei. In a video posted on his blog site on Sunday, Takei called on fans of both franchises to rally together against the vampire menace - "Twilight."

"What is needed now today, more than ever, is 'star peace,' for there is an ominous, mutual threat to all science fiction. It's called 'Twilight.'"

Watch the video above and enjoy.

Frazer Hines Added To ICON 31 Guest List

Joining 7th Doctor Sylvestor McCoy and Daphne Ashbrook as Doctor Who guests for ICON 31 will be 2nd Doctor companion Frazer Hines.  Frazer Hines played the 2nd Doctors companion Jamie McCrimmon.

Review of Big Finish audio Loups-Garoux

There is something to be said for not particularly liking a companion in the Classic series, only to have a change of heart upon hearing them in a Big Finish audio. Let me explain. I did not like the companion Turlough when he first came aboard the TARDIS. Granted, he was trying to sabotage the Old Girl under direction of the Black Guardian and was planning to kill the Doctor. However, even after the Fifth Doctor forgave him and welcomed him on board, I still couldn’t warm up to him. Saying this, my opinion of that ginger companion is starting to change. I recently listened to the Big Finish audio Loups-Garoux with the Fifth Doctor and Turlough. This story occurs after Tegan leaves the TARDIS in the episode "Resurrection of the Daleks", leaving Turlough as the only companion traveling with the Doctor. I don’t know if events in "Resurrection of the Daleks and/or Tegan’s departure had any effect on him but Turlough’s attitude seemed less harsh in this story. Turlough’s concern for the Doctor’s life and even another character is quite a change for him.

The beginning of the story sets up the mystery with a wolf, the merchant‘s daughter - Ileana de Santos and a young Native American named Rosa, who keeps a diary. All three of these characters are mysterious and have enough secrets to fill a room. Just after hearing the familiar noise of the TARDIS landing, we soon discover that the Fifth Doctor has promised Turlough a holiday of fun in sunny Rio during Carnival season. But like all holidays that start from the TARDIS, things quickly go downhill.

I like the use of telepathy and a type of physical perception filters used by the Loups-Garoux. Since the Doctor is from a highly telepathic species, he is able to see past these cloaks, leaving his companion at a disadvantage when dealing with them. We find out soon enough who the Loups-Garoux are but are left with a mystery about Rosa. This only deepens at the conclusion since it leaves her character open to interpretation. Some people may not like this, preferring to have a concrete explanation, but I enjoyed making my own conclusions about her. If you are a fan of Tooth and Claw, you will enjoy this tale of werewolves and Indian mythology with the Doctor and his ginger companion.

Clips of Found Dr Who Episodes Of Galaxy 4 and Underwater Menace

Classic Dr Who Awesome News: Underwater Menace Episode 2 and Galaxy 4 Episode 3 Found At last

Great news for Doctor Who fans.  It is being reported by the Doctor Who News Page and the BBC itself that the classic William Hartnell story Galaxy 4 Episode 3 "Airlock" and the Patrick Troughton story The Underwater Menace episode 2 have been found and aired at the British Film Insitute's Missing Believed Wiped event today.  This is pretty awesome news as it was believed that most missing stories from this era would probably be no longer found.  With this discovery lets hope that more missing Doctor Who stories will be found. 

Silly Christmas Video 11 featuring David Tennant

'The Dark Knight Rises' prologue - SPOILERS!

What did you say?
We're not taking credit for any of this. Not a single word. All of the we're-not-worthy kudos go to Janice Kay of, who cleverly pieced together the following description of the upcoming trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises." The title of World's Greatest Detective is taken, but Kay deserves special recognition for her work on this.

One more time - SPOILERS ahead. Do not clock on "read more" unless you want to, you know, read more.

Woolly mammoths may be poised for comeback

Editor's note: This is not an anatomically correct representation.
Yabba dabba do!

Woolly mammoths could walk the earth again, although not for another 20 to 50 years, according to scientists interviewed by CBS News. Still, given the fact that the most recent descendants of the extinct species - dwarf mammoths - died about 3,700 years ago, that seems like a short wait. Overall, the species survived for more than 1 million years. CBS reported:
Scientists regularly conduct research on the DNA of these shaggy giants, extracting it from tusks, bone and teeth. With all this genetic material on hand, there lies the distinct possibility mammoths might be cloned one day. 

Saturday, December 10, 2011

New Batman The Dark Knight Rises Poster

Need I say more!!!

Gingerbread TARDIS

'Thor 2' director may come from TV

Alas, we have no umbrellas in Asgard!
It's old news that Patty Jenkins is out as director of "Thor 2," but who's in?

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a pair of directors with extensive television experience are among the leading candidates to helm the film.

One is Alan Taylor, who has directed episodes of  HBO’s Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire and The Sopranos and AMC’s Mad Men, among others.

The other is Daniel Minahan, whose credits include Game of Thrones, True Blood, Deadwood and Grey’s Anatomy.

The Warriors Three Await thy decision, Marvel.

New poster for 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

If nothing else, a Spidey poster should be guaranteed to stick to a wall.
Another tease from our friends in Hollywood. Here's the new poster for next year's "Amazing Spider-Man," starring Andrew Garfield, courtesy of SuperHeroHype.

Battleship Trailer 2

This movie is looking better and better -

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock Trailer

Here is a trailer for a new Dr Who video game coming out in 2012. Here is a press release that tells you more about it.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will immerse gamers in the universe of Doctor Who, allowing them to take on the role of the Doctor and River Song as they travel across time and space to save the Earth. Gamers must learn to master the complexities of time travel with exceptional time based game play, changes made in one time will impact another creating multiple possibilities and challenging players to solve puzzles across the centuries.

A wholly new storyline has been developed especially for this new Doctor Who console game franchise, written in collaboration with the BBC Wales team. Photo-real graphics, television quality scenes and highly realistic characters will bring the world of Doctor Who to life immersing fans completely in the twists and turns of an action filled plot. The stars of the series Matt Smith (the Doctor) and Alex Kingston (River Song) have recorded full voiceovers for their characters in Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock and motion capture has been used to create in-game characters that are incredibly realistic providing the ultimate Doctor Who gaming experience.

Silly Christmas Video 10 Featuring David Tennant and Friends

This one is pretty hilarious.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Cover For Dr Who Magazine 442

This one is one of the better and nicer looking covers in years.  I love the old style cover and the art is pretty good also.

Sherlock Series UK Start Date & DVD Release Announced

The date for Sherlock is gonna be back pretty soon in fact the first of the year according to a tweet by Steven Moffat.

Sherlock returns, Sunday,Jan 1st, 8.10pm, BBC1. First the woman, then the Hound and then, of course, the fall...
And his wife Sue Vertue tweeted about the DVD/Blu release

We did the commentary for #sherlock series 2 dvd last night and we have Dvd release date in the UK of 23 January
Sounds good for Sherlock fans as the new year will start off pretty good. So once you fight off that New Years Eve hangovers then you can veg out to Sherlock series two. So on with the trailer for series two.

Silly Christmas Video 9 "Sleigh Ride (With Jaws Theme)" Featuring Matt Smith

Here is a video with the space shark and the sleigh ride from last years Christmas Special. Love how it starts out with the Jaws theme.  Pretty Clever.

Introducing Bane - before 'The Dark Knight Rises'

Bane "unmasked" in preview.
An early peek at "The Dark Knight Rises" - about eight minutes of footage - was screened by director Christopher Nolan on Thursday. Just in case you weren't on the guest list for the viewing - yes, we misplaced our tickets, too - the preview will be seen by audiences in select IMAX theaters later this month before "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol."

According to The Hollywood Reporter:
The majority of the preview introduced audiences to Bane, the Batman movie's major villain, played by a masked Tom Hardy. Without giving too much away, the footage revolved around a heist involving a plane.
The sequence was grand in scope, expanding the Batman world outside of Gotham City, and it was filled with a lot of tension and dread. The effect was not only from the images on screen but from the score, which was reminiscent of Nolan's The Dark Knight and Inception.
In Massachusetts, the IMAX theaters that will be showing the footage include the Jordan's IMAX  in Natick and the IMAX 3D Theatre in Reading. For a complete list, click here.

Sorry, we don't have a link the video - yet.