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Whovians Everywhere Just Squeaked

Maybe not all whovians, but for everyone who voted in Rose Tyler as the best modern companion is going to flip when they see the photo Billie Piper uploaded to Facebook! Whovians, prepare yourself: Billie Piper’s Official Facebook Page just posted this incredible photo… The caption on her page read “Love in SLC! Having a fabulous time!! Xx” And yep, you’re correct: that awesome red-head is totally Karen Gillan, or as we all know her as, Nebula. OK, fine, Amy Pond. Just look at Karen…

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Karen Gillan’s Coming to ABC This Fall, Get Your DVRs Ready

It’s no secret that we love Karen Gillan, so we’re pretty psyched to confirm that her newest role has been picked up by ABC! Earlier this spring, we brought you word about a charming new show featuring Whovian alum, Karen Gillan. Styled after George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmallion (and My Fair Lady, the musical counterpart), this Emily Kapnek created comedy stars Gillan as a social media junkie, Eliza Dooley, who thrives for the likes, follows and retweets she can accrue. But when a humiliating break-up goes viral, Eliza Dooley…

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Arthur Darvill Has A Lot of Feelings

Despite nailing roles in the BBC Broadchurch and a west end production of “Once,” Arthur Darvill is still mainly known for his role as The Last Centurion, Rory Williams.

We all know of plenty of brilliant actors who were typecast based on their first big role, so it’s not as if Arthur Darvill is the first (nor will he be the last). But how he’s chosen to express his frustration? Absolutely brilliant. Check it out!

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(featured image credit: production photos of Once by Joan Marcus)

Check Out This Incredible Animated Tribute to Doctor Who!

Presumably in honor of Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary, talented fan Richard Swarbrick created an absolutely beautiful animated tribute.

We present, “50 Years in Time and Space”.

All the feels.

Check out more of Swarbrick’s phenomenal work, including “The Cats of Youtube,” and “Football Brought to Life” here!

Doctor Who

A “Doctor Who” News Roundup: Whoniverse Con Canceled, Matt Smith Loves Kids, Peter Capaldi Surprises Fans and More!

Just a week after Karen Gillan was forced to withdraw from the Australian Whoniverse Con, Matt Smith sent his regards that he wouldn’t be able to attend either. Hub Productions posted on their website this morning that, in order to be able to give fans the best possible experience they found it best to cancel the event given that no other modern Doctors were available to appear either. This is fairly out of character for Smith, who regularly appears at fan events and conventions. The…

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Karen Gillan to Star in New ABC Comedy

ABC’s new television show, “Selfie,” is going to make you laugh…and possibly reevaluate some life choices. But most importantly? Karen Gillan returns to a TV near you as the star of this upcoming comedy! What’s that one quote, something about art holding up a mirror to society?  Karen Gillan’s newest comedy, “Selfie,” is certainly going to be doing a lot of that, if the synopsis is anything to go by. Created by Emily Kapnek (known for her work on sitcoms “Suburgatory” and “As Told By…

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Karen Gillan Defends Steven Moffat

Actress Karen Gillan, best known among the fandom as Amy Pond, comes to the side of Doctor Who show-writer Steven Moffat. Writer and Producer Steven Moffat has been criticized for his portrayal of female characters, but when put to the question at a science expo panel, Karen Gillan stated she didn’t see it. “I just don’t understand that because I feel like [with Amy] I had a very rounded, interesting, flawed and layered character to play.”…“And I wore skirts but Steven Moffat had nothing to…

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River Song

Could The Doctor’s Wife Make A Comeback for Peter Capaldi?

Not if Matt Smith has anything to say about it! At least, that’s what Smith told the masses at the Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con over this past weekend. Alex Kingston’s River Song first appeared on Doctor Who back in Tennant’s era for what was thought to be a one-time guest appearance. That all changed once Matt Smith came in and Moffat became headwriter. Kingston was invited back multiple times to develop River Song, her narrative and her relationship with the doctor. River’s character…

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