Actor Ralf Little has released a video categorically denying he will be taking part in the next series of Doctor Who.
The actor is best known for playing Antony Royle in BBC Comedy The Royle Family . He also played Jonny Keogh in the first six series of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps. Other roles include the young George Harrison at the Royal Court Theatre, for which he was nominated for an Olivier Award and the title character inBilly Liar.
Little voiced the character of Guy Fawkes in the 2011 Doctor Who online game The Gunpowder Plot
Doctor Who is currently in production in Cardiff with Series 10, the 36th in the series history, expected to be screened in the spring of 2017.
Next Saturday is being designated the third annual Doctor Who Comics Day by Comic publisher Titan.
The event, on Saturday, July 9th, 2016, is promised to be bigger and better than ever, with the launch of a new crossover event comic - Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen that includes special variant covers. Events planned include signings, contests, and fun activities.
The five-part, bi-weekly adventure, Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen, stars the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors, and is penned by best-selling comic authors George Mann (Eighth Doctor, Dark Souls) and Cavan Scott (Ninth Doctor), with art by Alessandro Vitti (Secret Warriors) Ivan Rodriguez (The Spider) and Nicola Righi (Eleventh Doctor).The story features one of the Doctor’s most iconic foes, the Cybermen, who celebrate their 50th anniversary this year! The series also features beloved companions including Rose (Billie Piper) and Captain Jack (John Barrowman). Leading up to the release of Supremacy of the Cybermen, Titan will be releasing nine exclusive one-page teasers - featuring Doctors from up and down the timeline - in each of Titan's four ongoing Doctor Who stories.
Doctor Who signings are taking place across the globe on Doctor Who Comics Day including: Cavan Scott,George Mann, & Rachael Stott at Forbidden Planet London (UK); Rob Williams at Forbidden Planet Bristol (UK); Simon Myers at Forbidden Planet Birmingham (UK); Rachael Smith at Travelling Man, Manchester (UK): Paul Cornell at Gosh Comics, London (UK); Neil Edwards at Forbidden Planet Liverpool (UK); Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby at Forbidden Planet International Edinburgh (UK);Boo Cook at Scorch Comics, Eastbourne (UK); Blair Shedd at Newbury Comics (USA); Andrew Pepoy & Jason Millet at Graham Crackers (USA); Mark Wheatley at Beyond Comics (USA); Todd Nauck at Big Red Comics (USA); Kelly Yates & Tony Shasteen at Borderlands (USA); Richard Starkings at Pulp Fiction (USA); and Question No. 6 At 3331 Arts Chiyoda (Japan).
Titan’s Doctor Who story, from this year’s Free Comic Book Day event will be available for FREE on digital devices. This Free Comic Book Day edition features four all-new short tales of the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors written and drawn by the creative teams from Titan’s four ongoing Doctor Who titles,.
Titan continues the celebration by offering Doctor Who Comics Day t-shirts and mugs featuring art by Supremacy of the Cybermen artist Alessandro Vitti, and a limited edition Doctor Who Titans: “Army Of Ghosts” Cyberman 3-inch vinyl figure - only available at comic book stores nationwide.
Titan will release multiple variant covers to collect, including Supremacy of the Cybermen variants by Alessandro Vitti, photo variant by Will Brooks, a Cyberman cover by Fabio Listrani, a blank sketch variant, a fun coloring variant, and exclusive retailer variants at Forbidden Planet and Books-A-Million. There will be special variant covers across Titan’s comics line throughout July, including Fourth Doctor #4 variant by Andrew Pepoy and Jason Millet, Ninth Doctor #3 variant by Dan Boultwood, Tenth Doctor Year Two #12 variant by Blair Shedd, Eleventh Doctor Year Two #11 variant by Rod Reis, and Twelfth Doctor Year Two #7 variant by Todd Nauck & Hi-Fi.
For the first time this year Titan is supplying Doctor Who fans with kits to host their own reading group events on the same day. Over 300 parties are planned across the globe to read and celebrate Doctor Who comics.
A Doctor Who Twitter marathon contest is planned for the day via Titan Comics’ Twitter page @ComicsTitan. Doctor Who comic creators Cavan Scott and George Mann will be answering fan questions at 11:00am EST that day via Titan Comics’ Twitter page. Fans can ask question using the hashtag #DWCD.
Titan is encouraging all fans to get creative and visit their local participating store on Doctor Who Comics Day in cosplay, then tweet pictures to @ComicsTitan.
For more information about Doctor Who Comics Day visit: DoctorWhoComicsDay.com
First of all, Matt Lucas discusses his first day returning to set for the season opener.
Matt Lucas joins Peter Capaldi in new pictures
UPDATE: More pics from the day with Capaldi and Lucas
Pearl Mackie has also been spotted on set
Also, guest star Stephanie Hyam has been featured in more set pics
More coming soon.
Lewis Moon, the lead writer and showrunner for the figure adventures season has been discussing season 7.
Is this the final season?
"It's our last hurrah, yes. It's going to be sad to say goodbye to such a brilliant series. It's so enjoyable but it's very time consuming. I do want to have time to work on other projects as well.
Does that mean the final ever episode?
"Well no it doesn't. We're not saying we won't do some specials. But in terms of series, season 7 will be the last.
What can you tell us about the cast and format?
I mean, the format will be one episode longer. We are going to have the final proper episode of the figure adventures as sort of a two parter. The cast though is not truly confirmed, and I'm afraid I need to work out some more before I can reveal it.
Is the doctor Peter Capaldi?
Kind of. This season is very different in a way, and you shall find out why soon. But yes, the doctor will be Peter Capaldi in this season. It depends which way you look at it though.
What is the production schedule?
Well I mean we are still working on the second story, which is called years of the cybermen. It's taking a while, and we're taking a little break from that now. But in terms of season 7, writing will begin towards the end of the month, or at the start of August.
What about the fifth anniversary?
Yes. We shall have a special doccumentry coming out and hopefully some videos to thank all of our fans. Hopefully we should have some very exciting gossip about something regarding the future on the date of the anniversary, which is on August 20th.
Hello. I'm Lewis Moon. This is the blog with all the doctor who news as well as MLMA updates.
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