Straight from Karen Gillan's criminally underutilized Vimeo page, here's a minute-long clip of the actress chopping off all her hair for her turn as Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy.
The new horror movie Oculus has a lot going for it. There's a neat concept: a cursed mirror destroyed a family years ago, and the kids want revenge. There are strong performances by genre stalwarts Karen Gillan and Katee Sackhoff, and arresting visuals. Unfortunately, as with any trick mirror, much of this depth is…
But just her hair. Weird, right?
Oculus, the horror movie about an evil mirror starring Doctor Who's Karen Gillan, has been getting rave reviews since it hit some festivals last year. And now, here's a trailer that shows why that is, along with explaining a lot more of the movie's plot. Warning: trailer is spoilery!
Are you interested in Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, Tom Hiddleston in character and costume as Loki, Karen Gillan removing her wig, or any of the other insanity that happened at last night's Marvel movie panel?
Could the cast of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy movie get any more insane? Karen Gillan, who played the beloved Amy Pond on Doctor Who, is joining the movie as the "lead female villain."
Soon enough, Karen Gillan's time on Doctor Who will be over. But it looks like she's not leaving genre fare behind, thank goodness. Gillan is starring in Occulus, a new horror movie from Absentia director Mike Flanagan. And Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff just joined the movie as a co-star. It sounds as though…
Doctor Who is back this weekend, with the episode "Asylum of the Daleks" — whose trailer showcased hundreds of screaming Daleks. It's been so long since we've been genuinely afraid of a Dalek, so why should we be afraid of thousands of these killer cyborgs?
We've been having Doctor Who withdrawal symptoms for months — but the return of the Time Lord is almost here. We traveled deep inside the corridors of San Diego Comic Con to speak to stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. Plus producers Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner.
The Doctor! Amy! Weeping freaking Angels! They're all in this just-released mini-episode, titled "Good as Gold," the winning entry in the Doctor Who Script-to-Screen competition. According to BBC One:
Amy and Rory are set to leave the TARDIS sometime in the upcoming seventh season, and the BBC just announced Jenna-Louise Coleman will be stepping in as the Doctor's latest companion. Plus spoiler-y details for Amy and Rory's final adventure!
Rory Williams, the hapless Arthur Dent-esque nurse, has become one of the most popular characters in Doctor Who's history, thanks to his steadfast devotion to the lovely Amy Pond. If only Rory would stop dying!
Tonight's Doctor Who episode brought back an idea that Russell T. Davies used to play with a lot: the Doctor inevitably ruins his companions. In Davies' version, it was that the Doctor winds up turning them into weapons against ultimate evil. For Moffat, it's perhaps more complicated.
We were lucky enough to get some quality time with Doctor Who's Karen Gillan at San Diego Comic-Con, and she told us what to expect from her character this fall. How is the Girl Who Waited going to be rewarded for her faith in the Doctor? Not all that well, by the sound of things.
Warning: You might not have realized how much you've missed Rory's snarky pessimism, until you watch this clip from "Let's Kill Hitler," Doctor Who's midseason premiere. Also, you may be left with gnawing questions that will eat you alive for the next eight days.
Voilà, this here's the gosh darn cutest thing you'll see all day — Karen Gillan poses for a photo op with a wee Whovian, who I assume would get along rather swimmingly with this young fellow.
We didn't really know what to expect from the midseason finale of Doctor Who, but we definitely didn't expect the Last of the Time Lords to turn out to have something crucial in common with the Caped Crusader.
The BBC has just confirmed that Matt Smith's Doctor will be back for (at least) another 14 episodes of Doctor Who, presumably referring to a Christmas special plus thirteen episodes in series seven. There's no word yet on his companions.
Matt Smith has brought out many different sides of Doctor Who's mysterious time traveler — but how would he bring an evil version to life? We were dying to know, and he told us!
Amy Pond finally meets the one person in the universe who can stand up to her — and it looks like they're getting along quite well, in the first brief clip from the skit airing during Friday's Comic Relief special.