A little time for a catch up I think!! I’ve added the latest stills from The Angels Take Manhattan – it airs tomorrow at 7.20pm in the UK on BBC1/BBC HD – I will do my best to have the HD screencaptures up asap after it screens!!
I’ve also added screencaptures from Karen’s recent chat-show appearances on The One Show (in August), and Conan (last night). There are also some behinds the scenes images from Conan – Karen looks stunning!
Doctor Who > Series 7 > Promotional Stills > 005 The Angels Take Manhattan
Television Appearances > 2012 > August – The One Show (HD)
Television Appearances > 2012 > September – Conan
Television Appearances > 2012 > September – Conan (Behind the Scenes)
I’ve uploaded another 15+ HQ images to the gallery from yesterday’s BAFTA Tea Party in LA, including those great ones of Karen with Steven Moffat!
I’ve also added a couple of photoshoot images – a glorious rare outtake from this year’s EW Comic Con portraits, and a lovely photoshoot from this article in today’s Independent!
Events and Appearances > 2012 > September – BAFTA LA Tea Party
Photoshoots and Sessions > Sessions > 007 – EW at San Diego Comic Con (2012)
Photoshoots and Sessions > Professional Shoots > 022
Credit goes to ddunhams and DeAdele for the event images!
I’ve added over 600 HD screencaptures from last night’s episode The Power of Three – such a great episode but I fear a set-up for the heartbreak to come next week in the Pond’s final episode.
I’ve also added the first HQ batch of images from the BAFTA Tea Party in LA too!
Doctor Who star Karen Gillan has revealed details of her exit, saying that her character Amy Pond will leave the sci-fi programme in a very ‘final’ way.
The actress will exit Doctor Who along with Arthur Darvill, who plays Amy’s husband Rory on the hit BBC show, in an episode to be screened in two weekends’ time.
Fans have been speculating about the pair’s departure from the series for some time and Gillan’s discussion of their exit will only add fuel to the fire, despite her insistence that the finality of the episode ‘doesn’t necessarily’ mean Amy and Rory die.
Speaking to The Big Issue, Gillan described the upcoming episode as a ‘love letter to the Ponds’ and went on to allay fans’ fears of a dramatic death.
She said: ‘That doesn’t necessarily mean death, but it will be pretty final. So yeah, you are going to cry. I hope so, anyway. I like making you cry. That makes me happy…’
Speaking about her character’s legacy, the actress added: ‘I love this girl… I want to see her go out in flames of glory, where we see her at her absolute best.
‘I just want people to look back over the Pond era fondly. I have had the best years of my life on this show, hand on my heart.’
She then added that she thought the plot handed to Amy and Rory was the perfect way to see their characters off, saying: ‘the most important thing about a story is how it finishes.’
Catch the full interview with Karen Gillan in this week’s Big Issue, which is sold by homeless and vulnerably housed vendors for £2.50, with £1.25 of the cover price going directly to the vendor.
Another batch of HQ stills have been released to promote tomorrow’s episode “The Power of Three” – these have been added to the gallery!
Doctor Who > Series 7 > Promotional Stills > 004 The Power of Three
I’ve updated with the gallery with the missing images from Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and A Town Called Mercy, as well as adding all of the latest images from forthcoming The Power of Three. If you check the gallery closely enough too, you might see another image has sneaked in…
Doctor Who > Series 7 > Latest Uploads
Doctor Who star Karen Gillan has revealed that fans can “expect tears” when she bows out of the show in two weeks time.
The actress will be seen as the Doctor’s sidekick Amy Pond for the last time in the fifth episode of the current series – while her screen husband Rory, played by Arthur Darvill, will also depart.
And she admitted she was glad to be going out in an episode written by series creator Steven Moffat and featuring the Weeping Angels.
“Steven has written such a fantastic ending, I expect tears,” she said.
Moffat said that viewers could expect “heartbreak” in the episode, adding, “We see the Doctor and his little Amelia Pond race through the streets of Manhattan to save Rory with help along the way as River Song charges back on to our screens, just in time to say goodbye.”
The latest series will also see the return of the Timelord’s military allies – the UNIT – who first appeared on the show in 1967.
The UNIT – which is short for Unified Intelligent Taskforce – is now led by Kate, played by actress Jemma Redgrave, and will be seen for the first time in next Saturday’s episode The Power Of Three.
Matt Smith said they were returning, “for the fans,” adding, “I think they like cyclical things and we have a good story. It was great to do an episode with UNIT and I hope the true fans like it.”
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Over 250 HD Screencaptures have been added!
Doctor Who > Series 7 > Screencaptures > 003 A Town Called Mercy
I’ve added HQ scans from today’s issue of The Guardian Guide, featuring the lovely interview with Karen and Arthur (as previewed in our previous post below!). I’ve also added the HQ scan from the new Marie Claire issue too. I’ve also added the corresponding photoshoots to that area of the gallery too!
Such a lovely interview in the Guardian Guide magazine today with Karen and Arthur – below is a little snippet and the accompanying new photoshoot image. I shall hopefully be adding scans later today!
Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill are squealing like happy toddlers, eagerly rummaging through big carrier bags of CDs on the floor of the Guardian Guide’s office. “Hey, The Hit World Of Marthas And Arthurs!” says Arthur, waving a sleeve.
“Definitely have that one,” laughs Karen. They both chew gum as they pore over piles of discs, Arthur next picking out a Richard Hawley single. “Who is Richard Hawley?” Karen asks, blowing at her new fringe. Arthur gawps incredulously. When I mention that these CDs are going spare, the noise levels go through the roof. With their time as Amy and Rory coming to an end, the soon-to-be-ex Doctor’s assistants have been this hyper since they arrived. They burst into our photographer’s studio half-an-hour late, emitting a first-coffee-of-the-morning buzz. She is all eyes wide and long limbs crossing and un-crossing. He is polite, low-key and more guarded, with occasional bursts of noise. It’s impossible not to stare at Karen. She is taller than Big Ben. She dabs on extra powder before the shoot and Arthur joins her at the mirror to give his quiff a final waxing. She nobly ditches her platform brogues to even out the height difference between them. As the shoot goes on, his velvet jacket gets gradually covered in the fuzz from her fluffy jumper. She, meanwhile, is the kind of woman who can wear mohair with a leather skirt and opaque tights on a thick summer’s day and not sweat at all. As soon as the photographer starts clicking, the pair swing into action. Arthur tells Karen he just did a photoshoot for a prominent gay magazine and ended up wearing a skirt. “I can’t wait to see the photos!” Karen yelps, clapping her hands.