52 years ago today, Doctor Who aired for the very first time—and two years ago, it took over the world as it broadcast “The Day of the Doctor,” the show’s 50th anniversary special. But the celebration was, according to Steven Moffat, nearly a total disaster: and somehow almost didn’t star The Doctor at all.
Ten Years ago tonight, Doctor Who returned and changed the face of British science fiction. Many elements can be credited for its continued success, but one person can never get enough credit. Christopher Eccleston, who seldom gets his props, was really the best Doctor of them all.
Doctor Who's Ninth Doctor is a scary pale elf, in the first clip of Christopher Eccleston in Thor: The Dark World. He's having a whole Borg Queen moment, and the makeup looks excellent. I just want to know whose job it is to braid all the elves' hair each morning?
Videos from the set of Thor: The Dark World show off the very first glimpse of Christopher Eccleston as Malekith the Accursed, this movie's big bad. Apparently he's gearing up to fight Thor, and you can see Chris Hemsworth milling around in the third video below. In the second Thor film, the blonde-haired God has to…
Former leather-jacketed Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston is in final talks for the major villain of the second Thor flick, Thor: The Dark World, which wil be helmed by Game of Thrones director Alan Taylor.
You might think Doctor Who is a heroic, chaotic time-travel saga that's been going nearly 50 years — but it's actually a can't-fail key to understanding the modern workplace. That's because the show's hero has worn 11 very different bodies, with very different personalities. Those 11 Doctors, in turn, represent 11…
We're all waiting anxiously for Studio Ghibli's magical adaptation of Mary Norton's The Borrowers, which hits U.S. screens in February. But the BBC is going head-to-head with Ghibli with its own Borrowers adaptation... and it's the first television production from the fabulous Working Title Pictures.
Sylvester McCoy didn't just wear the most question marks of any Doctor — he also played the role the longest. A British game show incorrectly claimed that David Tennant played the role for longer than McCoy, leading to a recount.
The mysterious time-traveling Doctor has been called many things, from "the on-coming storm" to "the lonely god." But watch as he calls himself something you've never heard before, in a precious snippet from the Christmas special. Minor spoilers ahead...
Bad news first: ServerGeddon (a.k.a. Imagepocalypse) is still in effect this Sunday morning. The good news? We're going to own this. In the spirit of this snafu, here's a bunch of chase scenes set to Boots Randolph's "Yakety Sax." Enjoy.
If history is anything to go by, Russell T. Davies will try to top all his previous gonzo conclusions with his final Doctor Who, "The End Of Time." Is it too much to hope he's learned from his past mistakes?
Is this the start of a Torchwood/Doctor Who rift? John Barrowman, whose Captain Jack has made a point of jumping between shows, has weirdly spoken out about Christopher Eccleston, the revamped Who's first Doctor, saying that he was too grumpy for his own good and comparing him to the more sociable current Doctor,…
Must-see movies are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: 28 Days Later
Vitals: Animal rights activists release monkeys infected with a virus called Rage that quickly…