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Director Douglas Mackinnon is helming two episodes of Doctor Who Series 8 next year.
Mackinnon has directed four episodes so far. He was responsible for the Series 4 two parter – The Sontaran Stratagem / The Poison Sky in 2008, and more recently Series 7′s The Power of Three in 2012 and Cold War in 2013.
The news was confirmed by the man himself on Twitter who said pre-production (not shooting) was beginning next week.
He said: “Start back at Doctor Who on Monday. Can’t wait to get started!”
Mackinnon joins directors Ben Wheatley and Paul Murphy who are also working on two episodes each.
It’s pretty short for a trailer, but it’s the first trailer nonetheless.
So as we all know, Matt Smith is regenerating in a few weeks and will become Peter Capaldi on the show. I saw this image this morning and it struck a chord with me. I didn’t like him at first but I grew to love his quirks and darker side. I can’t wait to see what Capaldi will bring to the role.
Steven Moffat has reaffirmed that Peter Capaldi’s debut series in 2014 will not be split.
Series 8 will be the first time since 2010 that Doctor Who will have a continuous, uninterrupted run.
Back in October, Moffat stated there would be at least 13 episodes for broadcast beginning Autumn 2014. Not sure if that includes the Christmas special or not.
A friend of mine hooked me up with this video. Just amazing talent there. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Just got my calendar delivered today. For only 15 bucks I was pleasantly surprised with the quality.
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Here’s your teaser for the Christmas Day episode airing in exactly one month from today.
This year’s Christmas special will be called ‘The Time of the Doctor’ and the Doctor must sacrifice everything to save Christmas town.
So just finished watching the 50th anniversary episode “Day of the Doctor”. I’m seeing mixed feelings on Facebook, although the comments on the Innerspace after show live seemed to be mostly favorable. I myself loved it. I had a couple small disappointments, things I would have liked to see included/completed but overall I was impressed. I won’t include any spoilers in this post, in case you haven’t seen it yet, but feel free in the comments to share what you loved/hated most as those can be skipped if people don’t want to see them. My biggest surprise is what a large budget it seems to have had. Really brought the show in line with current graphics and such which I loved. I fear that the new season might suffer in my eyes if they allow the effects to drop back to previous levels.
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