Exploding with epic and thrilling adventures, Doctor Who returns to BBC America on Saturday, September 19 in the new season of the hit show. The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is joined by Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) for time travel on a cinematic scale. Having the time of their lives, the pair meet new and old monsters, and go on a journey that takes them to deadly alien planets, creepy underwater bases, Vikings villages, a global Zygon uprising, and leads them through hidden alien dens, to the very end of time itself. The new trailer also gives us a glimpse at the returning Missy (Michelle Gomez), who returns to plague the Doctor and Clara in the season opener, and UNIT are back with Jemma Redgrave and Ingrid Oliver (Osgood) returning to Season 9 following their popular entrance in Season 8.
Also confirmed as guest cast in the new series are Rebecca Front, Rufus Hound, Paul Kaye, Joivan Wade and Sophie Stone. The show's ninth season has been written by lead writer Steven Moffat, Toby Whithouse, Jamie Mathieson, Peter Harness, Mark Gatiss and new writers to Doctor Who, Sarah Dollard and Catherine Tregenna. This season will be directed by Hettie Macdonald, Daniel O'Hara, Edward Bazalgette, Daniel Nettheim, Justin Molotnikov, Rachel Talalay, and produced by Tracie Simpson, Derek Ritchie, Nikki Wilson and Peter Bennett.Read More
Bursting with drama, wit and heart, Doctor Who Season 9 continues filming with two period adventures - 'The Girl Who Died' written by Jamie Mathieson and Steven Moffat, and 'The Woman Who Lived' by Catherine Tregenna. Starring Peter Capaldi (The Doctor) and Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), the duo continue to time travel through epic adventures directed by Ed Bazalgette (Poldark). Comedian and actor Rufus Hound (Cucumber) also joins the guest cast alongside Tom Stourton, Ariyon Bakare, Simon Lipkin, Ian Conningham, Murray McArthur, Barnaby Kay, John Voce, and Struan Rodger.
Doctor Who has had a decade of success since its re-launch and season 8 was BBC America's highest rated season on the channel. The BBC Cymru Wales produced drama will return to BBC America this fall, with further casting to be announced in due course.Read More
When she gets to the House of Black and White doors, she shows the man who answers the coin given to her by Jaquen H'ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), a character who hasn't been seen since Game of Thrones Season 2. The official Season 5 synopsis reveals that Arya "seeks an old friend," who is likely Jaquen H'ghar, although the last time we saw him, he literally changed his face. In the books, H'ghar is one of "The Faceless Men" whose headquarters are the House of Black and White.
This clip is likely from the second episode of Season 5, fittingly entitled "The House of Black and White", which will air Sunday, April 19 on HBO, one week after the season premiere "The Wars to Come". How do you think Arya will fare in Braavos? Do you think she will ever be reunited with Jaquen H'ghar? Check out the clip and her interview with Jimmy Kimmel below.Read More
The video game is set in a world ravaged by a global pandemic 20 years earlier, centering on survivors Joel and Ellie, who go on a journey through this desolate landscape as they must make critical decisions to survive. Producer Sam Raimi also revealed at the Comic-Con panel that he wants to find a place for Bruce Campbell in the adaptation, but it isn't known what role he may play. Do you think Maisie Williams is perfect for Ellie in The Last of Us? Chime in with your thoughts below.
The Last of Us comes to theaters in 2016.Read More
Way back in July, during Comic-Con, The Last of Us producer Sam Raimi revealed that they were seriously looking at Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams to play Ellie. In a new interview with the actress, she reveals that she has indeed has talks, she wants to do it, and she thinks they want her to do it. She then teased a possible role in an upcoming superhero TV show.
Neil Druckman will be writing the script for The Last of Us, which follows Joel, a ruthless survivor with few moral lines left to cross, who lives in one of the last remaining Quarantine Zones. These walled-off, oppressive cities are run by what's left of the military. Despite the strict martial law, Joel operates in the black market of the city, smuggling contraband for the right price. The movie will center on Joel and his relationship with Ellie.Read More
When the Friday Comic-Con schedule was announced earlier this month, one of the biggest question marks was a mysterious Hall H panel that didn't release any information about what studio or movie would be presented. Just minutes ago, the Hall H crowd was greeted by none other than Sam Raimi, who arrived to promote his Screen Gems video game adaptation The Last of Us, which may star Bruce Campbell and Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams.
The crowd was shown footage of the video game, with the tag "soon to be a major motion picture" at the end, before Sam Raimi and Neil Druckman from the video game company Naughty Dog hit the stage. Neil Druckman will be writing the script for The Last of Us, which we first reported on back in November, when it was speculated that Sony Pictures picked up the rights to this popular game after a number of web domains hinted that a movie adaptation was coming. It was confirmed in March that Screen Gems, which is based at Sony, has acquired the rights.Read More