Nicole • June 16, 2012

Added some new/old outtakes from a 2009 photoshoot make during the TV Now Awards (credits to mastersonphotography).

Photoshoots > Sessions from 2009 > Session 01 [+9]

Nicole • June 16, 2012

Added some new/old pics of Jenna’s public appearances in the gallery :)

Public Appearances > 2007 > March 6: TRIC Awards [+1]
Public Appearances > 2009 > May 09: British Soap Awards [+2 and replaced some with the HQs]
Public Appearances > 2009 > September 07: Tv Quick & Tv Choice Awards [+1 replaced some with the HQs]
Public Appearances > 2012 > Titanic 3D World Premiere [+18]

Nicole • June 14, 2012

Thanks again to my dear Mariana, more newpapers scans have been added to the gallery!

Magazine Scans > Daily Star (12 June 2012) [+2]
Magazine Scans > The Sun (12 June 2012) [+1]

Nicole • June 14, 2012

The Ice Warriors are another classic Doctor Who monster that have been rumoured to return to the show for a while now.

According to a report today in the Daily Star, they will be one of the first monsters Jenna-Louise Coleman will face in 2013.

They state:

BBC bosses are bringing back the half-reptile, half-humanoid monsters to Dr Who after almost 40 years. They were last seen on TV in 1974 when The Doc was played by the late Jon Pertwee.

They are making their return in 2013 – the 50th anniversary of the show which now stars Matt Smith, 29. The Ice Warriors will be among the first creatures encountered by the Time Lord’s new companion, played by Jenna, 26, following her arrival in the Christmas Day special. And the episode will be penned by Sherlock star Mark Gatiss, 45.

A source said: “Who fans have been crying out for the return of the Ice Warriors. Now they’ve got their wish. “It’s going to be an exciting year with the 50th anniversary celebrations.”

Whether there is anything more to this remains to be seen.


Nicole • June 14, 2012

Details on new Doctor Who companion Jenna-Louise Coleman are reportedly due to be released soon, including her full name.

Steven Moffat has apparently recorded an interview to be broadcast on BBC Radio 5. In it Moffat explains that:

The new companion will, again, be a human from contemporary earth. This is necessary for audience identification and a ‘jumping on’ point for new viewers

How the companion gets where she is and what that means for the character is what will make her utterly different and fascinating

The new companion will not have any links to any previous characters

Her ‘journey’ will be shocking and intriguing. The Doctor has never met anyone quite like her before

Her very presence in the TARDIS will change the Doctor and there’s something different about her that will have a knock-on effect for the Doctor/companion dynamic