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Nicole • March 04, 2013

The cover of this month’s Doctor Who Magazine has just been released and it features the Doctor and Clara in the new episode The Bells of St.John. The cover has been added to the gallery and the scans are coming soon :) Doctor Who will be back on March 30th!

Nicole • March 01, 2013

Added the screencaps from the final episode of Dancing on the Edge!

Nicole • March 01, 2013

The Bells of St. John

Following a record-breaking year, fan favorite Doctor Who returns with a modern day urban thriller, The Bells of St. John, written by lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat (Sherlock). Set in London against the backdrop of new and old iconic landmarks – The Shard and Westminster Bridge – The Bells of St. John introduces a new nemesis, the Spoonheads, who battle the Doctor as he discovers something sinister is lurking in the Wi-Fi. The premiere will be followed by seven epic episodes written by Steven Moffat, acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman (Coraline, Beowulf), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock), Neil Cross (Luther) and Stephen Thompson (Sherlock).

The Doctor (Matt Smith) is joined by his new companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) for the latest set of incredible adventures through space and time. The duo finds new adversaries and familiar friends around every corner as they journey from the bottom of the ocean in a submarine to the center of the TARDIS and beyond. The Cybermen make a thunderous return and the Ice Warrior arrives in an unexpected place.

Steven Moffat, executive producer and lead writer, said, “It’s the 50th year of Doctor Who and look what’s going on! We’re up in the sky and under the sea! We’re running round the rings of an alien world and then a haunted house. There’s new Cybermen, new Ice Warriors and a never before attempted journey to the centre of the TARDIS. And in the finale, the Doctor’s greatest secret will at last be revealed! If this wasn’t already our most exciting year it would be anyway!”

Doctor Who premieres Saturday, March 30, 8:00pm ET as part of Supernatural Saturday.

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Nicole • February 23, 2013

Added the scans from the Evening Standard Magazine February 22nd issue, featuring the beautiful photoshoot that has been posted yesterday!

Nicole • February 22, 2013

Jenna for Evening Standard

Jenna-Louise Coleman is a consummate shape-shifter, which is just as well because the 26-year-old actress is required to play at least three different characters in Doctor Who: a Victorian nanny, the junior entertainment manager of the starship Alaska, marooned on the Dalek Asylum, and a 21st-century London girl. All have different names, different accents and exist in different quantum realities. And in another quantum reality altogether, Jenna-Louise Coleman is the daughter of a joiner from Blackpool, who has successfully morphed into an urban sophisticate who goes to parties with Florence Welch and playwright Polly Stenham and has a leading man for a boyfriend.

‘I was determined to leave Blackpool,’ she explains, sipping fresh mint tea in a Hampstead café, near the flat she shares with three school friends, her Northern accent softened but still audible. She is good at accents, dipping between them as we talk, from the bossy Mary Poppins-ese of Miss Montague, the nanny from the Doctor Who Christmas special, to the 1930s London vowels of Rosie, the aspiring journalist in Stephen Poliakoff’s grand and mannered period drama Dancing on the Edge (not to be mistaken for a celebrity ice-skating show). ‘I much prefer working in an accent. That is always my starting point,’ she says.

The two shows, both appearing on the BBC within two months of each other, are wildly different. Poliakoff is a famously precise and formal writer and director. ‘I spent hours in casting meetings with him, which is unusual. And he asked me to audition for all the different female parts in the show. He hates to miss a trick. I think just the casting process took seven months.’ It was while she was filming Dancing on the Edge that Steven Moffat called her in to audition for the part of Clara Oswin Oswald, the 11th Doctor’s new companion, following Karen Gillan’s Amy Pond. ‘I didn’t really know anything about Doctor Who but Steven really liked that. It meant that when I went into the audition with Matt Smith I could be more spontaneous because I didn’t know him as the Doctor. And the plot seemed to evolve from audition to audition, with more scenes being written, and characters being introduced. There were times when I thought they had no idea what they wanted.’

It is 50 years since the Doctor first whipped out his sonic screwdriver, and it’s an important time to be joining the BBC’s most successful brand. It has just been announced that the 50th anniversary episode will be in 3D, and Jenna-Louise’s multiple Clara Oswin Oswalds have been confirmed for the 2013 Christmas special and series eight. She is aware that life is about to get very strange. ‘I am going to Comic-Con this year. Matt told me that last year someone dressed as a Tardis was sitting in the front row of the audience.’

In Blackpool, cultural thrills came in the form of Ken Dodd’s summer residency at The Grand Theatre. Jenna-Louise’s elder brother Ben is a joiner like his dad (when Keith and Ben visited her on the Doctor Who set in Cardiff they were more interested in the workmanship on the sets than the drama). As a child she did a lot of dance, but when she turned 14 she began to focus on theatre, spending every evening in rehearsals. ‘My poor mum was always missing Coronation Street.’ At 19 she won a part in Emmerdale, playing one half of the soap’s groundbreakingly ‘normal’ lesbian couple, and was delighted to leave Blackpool and move into a flat in a dodgy part of Leeds, even though it broke her mother Karen’s heart to see her youngest go.

After Emmerdale Jenna-Louise won a role in the BBC’s school-set soap Waterloo Road and moved to Hampstead. On both occasions she was about to start auditions for drama school when she was offered a new job, and decided, after she’d finished Waterloo Road, that it was too late for her to be a student. As a result she is an autodidact, starting an Open University course in English literature and researching all her parts assiduously. She often goes to the theatre (tonight she’s off to see Billie Piper in The Effect at the National), her favourite book is John Steinbeck’s East of Eden and she would love to play Hedda Gabler.

She and her boyfriend of two years, the Game of Thrones actor Richard Madden, read each other’s scripts and tape each other’s auditions. ‘It is hard not to only talk about acting, but we do try.’ They met in Budapest when she was filming Julian Fellowes’ ITV series Titanic and he was working on Birdsong. ‘Budapest is always full of English actors. When we were there The Borgias and World Without End were also filming, and we’d all go out for drinks in these amazing ruin bars — derelict buildings with bars in the central courtyards.’ Richard was already friends with Matt Smith, and the couple are part of a Primrose Hill scene that includes Polly Stenham and Channel 4’s head of drama Piers Wenger. ‘Richard had a party at the weekend that Matt came to. And Piers has these parties where Florence Welch sometimes performs, which is amazing. I like people who are ambitious about what they are doing, who are successful and interesting.’

Jenna-Louise’s fierce desire to have a life that is more colourful and creative than that of the average girl from Blackpool is palpable, and she is not one to miss an opportunity, sending out audition tapes for parts that she has not even been called in for and dreaming of making her own film one day. ‘What I would really like to do is an adaptation. I like period drama because everyone is so restrained, but they have all these emotions raging underneath.’ She has just found out that this year she will have a three-month break from filming Doctor Who when Matt Smith goes to America to star in Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut How to Catch a Monster and was immediately on the phone to her agent, keen to start setting up meetings to find something to fill the slot. ‘They said, “Just calm down, Jenna.” ’ But I don’t think that is possible for her, not in this quantum reality.

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