Wednesday, 17 December 2008
Rosie O'Donnell is the surprise choice to play the new Dr Who on the epic British science-fiction show. The portly entertainer will be the first American, the first female and the first lesbian for the legendary show that began in 1964.
Rosie is hoping to bring new life to the ancient show, and plans to add some sexual tension, as well. Some of her TARDIS 'companions' will be Clay Aiken and Boy George. The thespian lesbian thinks gay entertainers have been under-represented in the show.
read the full article here
Tuesday, 16 December 2008
TOUGH guy actor Robert Carlyle has confirmed he won't be the new Doctor Who - but he will boldly go into outer space.
The Glaswegian will lead a motley crew on a voyage across the universe in a new sci-fi series based on the hit Stargate movie and TV franchise.
Friday, 12 December 2008
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph Mr Davis said
"I had a great idea: Doctor Who is going to change, regenerate, but something goes a bit wrong. For just a couple of episodes it would be me as the Doctor, they go in the Tardis and inside it's not vast, it's tiny and they all bang their heads!"
Read the full interview in which Warwick Davis talks about his career at The Coventry Telegraph
He has been very vocal about his love for the part stating “I’ve had a great time ... If they asked me back I’d jump at it, I think it’s a great character and I’ve loved every minute.”
Read the full artile at The Belfast Telegraph
“I'm the Master. Simple as that. I don't want to be Doctor Who. I might be the Master again... I'm not allowed to say.”
Read the full article at Den of Geek