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Who opens the door?
The news that Matt Smith is to leave his role in Doctor Who at the end of 2013 has already prompted speculation on the identity of his replacement.
A host of names have been suggested in Sunday’s papers, among them Idris Elba, Dame Helen Mirren and John Hurt.
Also included in their list: David Harewood, Rupert Grint, Russell Tovey, Ben Whishaw, Billie Piper, Colin Morgan, and Tom Hiddleston
We have to say that the speculation so far on the twelfth doctor Tumblr tag has been smarter and well considered and a lot more entertaining than what we’re reading in the press.
So keep it going.
In case you missed Saturday’s news, The BBC has announced that Matt Smith is to leave Doctor Who after four years on the show.
The genre-defying screenwriter explores his passion for writing, and discusses penning acclaimed scripts during what he regards a ‘golden period’ for British television.
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It’s my SF short story (currently being adapted into a film by Hedwig’s own John Cameron Mitchell) it’s free, and comes along with an OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE preview — you can read the first 3 chapters, a month before publication. It’s up on Amazon now and you can download it to your Kindle or, if you do not have a Kindle, to Kindle software on your computer, phone, tablet etc.
Feel very free to spread this one around.
In the UK, that’s http://www.amazon.co.uk/o/ASIN/B00C2UUJX4?tag=adapas-21 instead, or at Google Play for Books at https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=SP1Mzpj9F1IC
Doctor Who Bible Page circa 1970
Introduction of new Companions and new enemy- first appearance of the Master
Illustrated Hannibal Script
Thanks to whomever one of my lovely Twitter or Facebook friends posted this- opened the page without noting the poster!These excerpts from a 31-page photocopied writers guide for the original Star Trek series show how early Trek episodes were crafted. The guide, written in 1967, was meant to help writers for the year-old showas well as prospective writers working on spec scriptsnail the tone and content of a typical…