Tomorrow Doctor Who fans worldwide will be huddled in front of their television screens and shoddy livestream connections to watch an unprecedented simulcast of the show’s 50th Anniversary Special: The Day Of The Doctor. In honor of the event, we’re looking back (and in a few cases, forward) at the hottest time travelers of all time. Now, we’ve already ranked the hottest Doctor Who companions (so, no Jack Harkness or Amy Pond on this list, boys and girls), but this time we’re looking at mad scientists, romantic heroes, and more than one Time Lord who goes by the name of “Doctor.”
Who is connecting the dots for Doctor Who fans in a new mini-sode? Is Katharine McPhee still hooking up with Michael Morris? What’s Jennifer Lawrence like in real life?
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Starz’s dreamy War of the Roses soap opera, The White Queen, draws to an end tomorrow evening and it’s all going to come down to whether or not the unlikely king, Richard III, can stave off the invading Tudor forces. Like his character, Richard, actor Aneurin Barnard stealthily snuck up on us and conquered our hearts. We got a chance to talk to Barnard recently about working on The White Queen, winning an Olivier right out of drama school for Spring Awakening and how close he really was to nabbing the lead in Doctor Who…
The new British crime series, Broadchurch, has all the pathos, intelligence, drama and twists that mystery fans have come to expect from the genre, but it also unites two popular Doctor Who stars for the very first time.
Arthur Darvill just came off a successful run on Doctor Who as beloved companion Rory Williams and co-star David Tennant was one of the most beloved Doctors in the show’s history. So, naturally, their meeting had to be an auspicious occasion…or was it?
Has Henry Cavill gotten over Kaley Cuoco yet? Did Skyfall actor Ben Whishaw come out? Did the author of The Mortal Instruments ever think her book would be a movie?
By Lauren Thompson
Doctor Who’s titular Doctor and fan favorite Matt Smith took San Diego Comic Con by storm this past weekend to celebrate the 50th Anniversary Special of the show. The exciting 3D special will be Matt’s penultimate episode before he departs the series and is replaced by a new actor. After four years playing the time traveling alien, Matt has decided it’s time to move on from the show. We spoke with Matt about his future in television and if he would ever consider taking on another long running series as a regular.
Ever since Matt Smith suddenly announced his departure from Doctor Who, fans have been chomping at the bit to find out who will be his replacement. We spoke to former Doctor Who star Arthur Darvill to find out whom he thinks could wield the Sonic Screwdriver next and also to address some of those pesky 50th Anniversary rumors about Amy and Rory…
Once upon a time, Comic-Con was thought to be the home of mostly male geeks and their comic book idols. We know that stereotype was never entirely true, but now more than ever, girl geeks are coming out of the closet and declaring their love for superheroes, Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, and everything in between. In anticipation of San Diego Comic-Con 2013, where VH1 Celebrity will be on the ground along with our friends from MTV Movies, MTV Geek and NextMovie, we present to you the 25 hottest girl geeks, real and fictional, of modern times. Who is your favorite? Peruse the gallery and vote below!
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