The act of passing on Doctor Who’s lead role is a weird one, since the actors are stuck in a limbo where they know they’re on the way out, but they don’t know who’s going to take their place yet. Peter Capaldi however managed to figure out there was a monumental change coming for his replacement... thanks to a pair of…
Set your phasers to stunned. Early audition documents and footage have revealed that Peter Capaldi, Doctor Who himself, once tried out for the role of Commander (later Captain) Benjamin Sisko on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And he’s not the only one.
Peter Capaldi has to be one of the biggest fans to have ever taken on the mantle of the Doctor—and his very last season finale let him fulfill his wish of getting to face off against the original Mondasian Cybermen. But Capaldi ultimately had to let slide one quibble with the show’s take on the classic design.
LONDON— Governments may govern nationally, but scientists must work globally by requirement, as the folks who establish human truths based on evidence. So while scientists took to the streets in Washington D.C. today, marches in 600 cities globally joined them.
And no, not just whoever he’ll be turning into when he regenerates in this year’s Christmas special. We’re talking about a familiar face from Doctor Who past, who could team up with the Twelfth Doctor for one final trip.
Going into Doctor Who’s next season, we knew that we would be counting down to the Twelfth Doctor’s doom thanks to Peter Capaldi’s announcement of his departure from the show earlier this year. But if this new trailer is anything to go by, it seems like the end is coming a bit sooner than we thought.
A brand new trailer for Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat’s last season of Doctor Who has dropped and it has so much in it. Although the cast does helpfully name most of the things you’re seeing.
The latest teaser for Doctor Who’s 10th season gives us an inside look at Bill, the Doctor’s latest companion. She knows he’s “the most dangerous man in the universe” and it could result in her demise, but she’s cool with it because fun times. It’s probably a good thing, because they might be hitting a hard restart on…
Ben Whishaw is in the running for the next Doctor! No wait, Tilda Swinton is in the running for the next Doctor! Actors X, Y, and Z are in the running for the next—no. Stop. Stop with this nonsense. No one is in the running to replace Peter Capaldi on Doctor Who... yet. And no one will be for a long, long time.
Earlier this week, Peter Capaldi confirmed that he would be departing Doctor Who at the end of 2017—and instantaneously, media outlets across the world began pondering just who will step in the TARDIS next. But if you’re excited to hear about a Post-Moffat, Post-Capaldi Who right now... you’re gonna have to wait.
Yesterday brought the shocking news that time is up for the Twelfth Doctor. Peter Capaldi will leave Doctor Who this Christmas, making the way for a new regeneration in 2018. But instead of looking forward and wondering who’s next, we decided to take a look back at the moments that made Peter Capaldi such a remarkable…
It’s time to say farewell to the latest incarnation of the world’s most beloved Time Lord: Peter Capaldi has officially announced his departure from Doctor Who at the end of the current series.
Long before he became the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi was a diehard Doctor Who fan—so he knows his stuff when it comes to talking about why the show has worked so well for over 50 years. But this new nugget of Capaldian wisdom is maybe one of the best things we’ve ever heard said about the show.
Peter Capaldi and company paid the Marvel NYCC livestream a visit at the con last week, so naturally the Doctor managed to get his hands (well, one hand, technically) on the most powerful item in the Marvel cosmos. To be fair, his reign of violence was mostly punctuated by light bopping instead of mass slaughter,…
There’s almost no story Doctor Who can’t tell. That the brilliance of a show with a time traveler who is a hundreds-year-old alien. But there is one story they’ve never done that Peter Capaldi would like to see.
As was just revealed at the Doctor Who panel at New York Comic Con, in addition to the Doctor and Matt Lucas’ character Nardole, the Christmas special, “Return of Doctor Mysterio,” also features Justin Chatwin (Orphan Black) as a literal superhero.
Cast your mind back to last week, when we reported on the absolutely ridiculous (and very not true) rumor that Peter Capaldi could be replaced by his predecessor Matt Smith as The Doctor. Well, a week later, it’s still absolutely ridiculous and very not true, which has been confirmed by Matt Smith himself.
Peter Capaldi was an unabashed Doctor Who fanboy growing up—he sent in Who-related letters to the Radio Times as a kid—and he’s still an unabashed Doctor Who fanboy now. But no matter how often he displays his Whovian credentials (besides from, you know, actually being The Doctor), it’s wonderful to watch every time.
Speaking to a Brazilian website, Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi noted that the BBC has cast a new companion for the Doctor, and we should know very soon who that is.
We’ve known ever since that he joined Doctor Who that Peter Capaldi isn’t just a fantastic actor and a Doctor Who fan, but also a delightful artist. So what happens when The Doctor himself gets to sketch, err, himself? You get this.