It’s been rumored for ages, but now it’s official: Peter Capaldi will appear as the Twelfth Doctor in the first episode of the BBC’s new young adult spinoff show Class.
Both in terms of tone for what is meant to be a show about high school kids in the Doctor Who universe, but also because... you know. Lighting stuff. Symbolism!
We didn’t really expect Class to have the same type of tone as the former Doctor Who spinoff anyway, but it’s kind of weird just how close the premise for Patrick Ness’ show actually is to the former adventures of Captain Jack and friends.
The producers of Doctor Who have been rather open about the franchise’s need to push for a diverse cast recently, and it’s taking a big step forward this year with the young-adult spinoff Class, which writer Patrick Ness has revealed will have a gay lead character.
Jenna Coleman seemingly left Doctor Who for good last year, as Clara Oswald ran off into time and space cheating death with Arya Stark—a high note for an otherwise uneven companion. But in the realm of time-travel, was this really the last we saw of Clara in the series? Maybe not, according to Peter Capaldi.
An Arrow star is heading to The Flash, with a twist. Zack Snyder discusses Ben Affleck’s reticent involvement in the standalone Batman movie. Get a whole new look at the Doctor Who spinoff’s cast. Plus, an update on the Last of Us movie, and new clips from Agents of SHIELD and iZombie. Spoilers Get!
Since Class was announced last year, we’ve heard barely anything about the young adult series set in the universe of Doctor Who; today, the BBC revealed the main cast of the school-based series, as well as a few hints that make it sound a bit weirder and Doctor Who-ish that previously thought.
It’s probably not a huge shock, but Maisie Williams killed dead the rumors that she would not become the Doctor’s latest companion, meaning we’ve seen the last of her series 9 character Ashildr—at least for now.
Let’s face it, we’ve all been wondering why so many rich, successful, powerful people are cheating, lying, disgraces. Is it that only unethical people make it to the top? At least one study indicates that this is not the case—it’s that winning itself makes people behave unethically.
Clark Gregg doesn’t think Agents of SHIELD’s Inhuman story will have a major impact on the Inhumans movie. John Boyega teases Finn’s role in Star Wars: Episode VIII. Plus, new TV spots for Batman v Superman, and the return of Agent Carter. So many Spoilers!
Will some people reunite in the next season of Game of Thrones? No, Amazon didn’t accidentally reveal a Force Awakens character’s surname. Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi deny scary Doctor Who rumors. Plus, Superman returns to Supergirl, new Warcraft pictures, and Sam Mendes may leave James Bond. Spoilers!
An unlikely actor is rumored to take over the role of Boba Fett. An Adventure Time movie is still in the works. Agent Carter casts four big new characters. Plus, Seth Green throws cold water on a Howard The Duck movie, and NYCC sizzle reels for Arrow, The Flash, and Gotham. To Me, My Spoilers!
Well, this is surprising. With Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures long over, Doctor Who has been a standalone show for a while... until now. Next year, the series is getting a brand new spinoff: and it’s all about the kids at Clara’s school, Coal Hill.
The Wall Street Journal has raised an interesting question: when, exactly, is it OK to use technology in class?
In one of those quirky "lifestyles of the rich" stories, Fortune magazine recently highlighted Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg's new hobby: slaughtering animals for food. This bloody-minded pursuit has been popular among the young and privileged for years now. Though the "killing your own meat" movement is being…
You've seen the arial shots of the nasty carnage happening on set of Matthew Vaughan's mutant origins movie X-Men: First Class. Now get a closer look inside the production, and check out a few young mutants.
There are many paths to becoming a Jedi. You can claim it as your religion on your census form. You can start attending a Jedi Church and vow to follow the Jedi Code. You can wear a hooded robe, utter pithy maxims, and take lessons in lightsaber dueling. But for those seeking a more academic approach to harnessing the…
A judge has ruled that a trial against Microsoft can proceed to decide whether they misled people with their "Vista Capable" advertising campaign. Two PC buyers have started a class action, and are arguing that they bought machines that weren't capable of running Aero, even though they were marked as "Vista Capable."
Sometimes the most simple shape can bring back a lot of fond memories. Remember the days of elementary school and the school supply lists? Call me a bit of a geek but I was always fond of the classic pink eraser and now it has been converted over to a more modern application in the form of a USB flash drive. The…