In honor of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the folks at Air New Zealand have updated their Hobbit-studded flight safety video with even more special effects madness and costumed flight attendants—plus cameos from Elijah Wood, Peter Jackson, and Sylvester McCoy.
Worried about which Doctors would and would not appear in the 50th Anniversary Special? So were some of the actors who portrayed the Doctor in the classic Doctor Who episodes. In the comedy short The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot, Peter Davison teams up with his fellow Doctors to take their rightful places in front of the…
Today is the 49th anniversary of Doctor Who. And that means we're just 365 days away from the show's big 50th birthday — complete with what will assuredly be the anniversary special to end all anniversary specials.
We've got a massive collection of golden hour glimmering Hobbit pictures that are sure to get you excited to return to Middle Earth. Plus the first real look at Radagast the Brown — played by Doctor Who's Sylvester McCoy!
We've already seen Matt Smith and a kindergartner deliver the speech from "The Pandorica Opens" — now check out the Seventh Doctor give it a whirl. At Dragon*Con this weekend, Sylvester McCoy had his arm twisted and gave a cold reading of the speech. In other news, I want Sylvester McCoy to do a cold reading of my…
After watching the latest Doctor Who Christmas special, one thought kept sticking in our brains: When did the Doctor become so good at controlling his time machine, the TARDIS? He used to be unable to steer it at all.
Sylvester McCoy didn't just wear the most question marks of any Doctor — he also played the role the longest. A British game show incorrectly claimed that David Tennant played the role for longer than McCoy, leading to a recount.
Nothing's been signed yet, but Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy has been offered the role of Gandalf's fellow wizard Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit. If David Tennant gets in, we'll have a regular Whoverse invasion of Middle Earth.
Doctor Who's traveler managed to unseat Prime-Minister Harriet Jones with six words. But when he tried to do the same to Margaret Thatcher, it didn't work out so great. The show's creators admit they were trying to "overthrow the government."