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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Dim 9 Mar - 17:29
Une rumeur circule que le Maître serait de retour dans la saison 8!!!


Car Sylvester MaCoy, l'interprète du septième Docteur, lors d'une convetion, a révélé que le Maître, sera de retour dans la saison 8 mais ce ne serait plus John Simm qui jouerait, sans révéler le nom. Il a ajouté aussi que le nouvel interprète serait très effrayant!!!



Voici la rumeur, de l'acteur qui interpréterai le nouveau Maître:



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Source: http://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/doctor-who-steve-john-shepherd-6786527
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Dim 9 Mar - 19:57
Pawm a écrit:
Hop là une nouvelle bien fraîche ! ET UNE BONNE EN PLUS !

http://news.drwho-online.co.uk/Steve-Thompson-Confirmed-As-Writer-For-Series-8-Episode.aspx#sthash.rHX5xqtC.uxfs



Merci Pawm pour cette news, j'ai beaucoup aimé l'épisode qu'il a écrit: Journey to the center of the Tardis. J'espère qu'il va nous écrire deux épisode à la hauteur.




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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mar 11 Mar - 6:32
Comme je ne savais pas trop ou posté cette photo, je la poste ici. Paul Mcgann a posté hier soir sur son Twitter cette photo ou on le voit habillé en huitième Docteur, dans le Tardis d'Eleven ou de Twelve, on ne sait pas si cette photo a été prise pendant le tournage de the day of the Doctor ou pendant la saison 8. Je rappelle qu'une rumeur circule en ce moment qu'il pourrait y avoir un spin-off sur Eight:





C'est étrange d'avoir marqué "the moment".

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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Jeu 13 Mar - 21:27
Voici de nouvelles photos de tournage:

















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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Sam 15 Mar - 13:12
Pleins de nouvelles infos dur la saison 8!!!!!


Un nouveau méchant de la saison 8 a été révélé:


Ms Delphox est décrit en ayant de sombres secrets, le Docteur est son compagnon Clara Oswald lui feront face quand il arriverons sur une étrange planète.

Amie ou ennemie ? A en croire Steven Moffat, cette Mrs. Delphos "issue d'un autre monde, puissante et porteuse d'un sombre secret" appartiendra clairement à la seconde catégorie et réussira même "la pire bassesse jamais tentée dans Doctor Who" en sa qualité de... banquière.

Pour sa première saison à bord du TARDIS, Peter Capaldi s'offrira donc un adversaire de taille incarné par Keeley Hawes. Passée par diverses séries telles que [MI-5], Ashes to Ashes ou le récent Tunnel, la comédienne devrait apparaître le temps d'un épisode situé sur une autre planète que la Terre. Et il n'est pas à exclure que son fameux secret soit lié de très près au Docteur. Réponse à l'automne sur la BBC.




Line Of Duty’s Keeley Hawes will join the cast of Doctor Who, following rave reviews for her outstanding performance as DI Lindsay Denton in the hit BBC drama. Starring opposite the Doctor, Hawes will guest star for one episode in Peter Capaldi’s first ever series as the Time Lord.

Set to transmit in the autumn this year, Hawes will play Ms Delphox, a powerful out-of-this-world character with a dark secret. Travelling across space and time the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and his companion, Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman), will come face to face with the mysterious Ms Delphox when they arrive on a strange and puzzling planet.

Written by Steve Thompson (Sherlock) the episode will be directed by Douglas Mackinnon (Line Of Duty, Doctor Who).

Commenting on her role, Keeley Hawes, said: “I am delighted to join Doctor Who and to be working with this incredible team. Ms Delphox is a great character and someone I’ve had a lot of fun playing.”

While lead writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat, added: “Anyone watching Jed Mercurio’s amazing Line Of Duty will know that Keeley Hawes is having one hell of year. And now it’s about to get even better as she achieves the greatest villainy yet attempted on Doctor Who: she plays a banker.”

Doctor Who is a BBC Wales production for BBC One. Filming is currently underway for the new series, which will introduce Peter Capaldi as the next Doctor for the first time to millions of viewers.


Source: http://www.allocine.fr/article/fichearticle_gen_carticle=18631516.html  

http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/series-8-keeley-hawes-cast-as-ms-delphox-61735.htm




Mark Gatiss parle du nouveau Docteur:

Il dit qu'il sera plus dangereux et aura un coté plus fou!!


Doctor Who writer Mark Gatiss has teased Peter Capaldi’s incarnation promising a “more dangerous” Doctor with a “crazy” side.

Speaking to Adorocinema, Gatiss said: “I saw a little of Peter Capaldi in action and he is wonderful. I think it will be very exciting for everyone, because it is a more dangerous, more urgent Doctor. It has a side of crazy.”

He added: “I was very saddened by the departure of Matt Smith. He did a great job as David Tennant before him, but Peter has something interesting to bring to the role this time.

“The series has already turned eight, is not new anymore, then it’s time to do something more radical. I think it will be fantastic.”


Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/gatiss-capaldis-doctor-is-dangerous-crazy-61775.htm




Mark Gatiss a aussi parlé aussi que le retour du maître dans la saison 8 serai peu probable:

Doctor Who writer Mark Gatiss has addressed rumours that the Master will return in Series 8. Although he doesn’t rule it out he feels it’s important to bring in new villains for a new Doctor.

Speaking to Adorocinema, Gatiss said: “I think anything is possible, but with this new Doctor, I think it’s important not to get stuck on old preferences.”

He added: “When I was little, Tom Baker took over as Doctor and had a complete change of monsters. The Zygons and the Krynoids are fantastic. It’s always nice to have new things.”



Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/gatiss-on-master-return-anything-is-possible-61781.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Sam 15 Mar - 18:19
Hé bien sa promet!! merci pour ces infos!!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Sam 15 Mar - 21:31
Oooooh la nouvelle méchante m'a l'air interessante, cette nouvelle saison me donne de plus en plus envie
Dommage qu'il n'y ait pas de retour du maître tout de même...
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Jeu 20 Mar - 22:01
Encore pleins de nouvelle de la saison 8, notamment des nouvelles photos de tournage:













OMG j'adore la tenue de Jenna, la couleur est tout, c'est si classe!!!!!








Vous pouvez trouver pleins d'autres photos de tournage ici:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/54169297@N04/





Un nouveau monstre bien moche qui ressemble au minotaure!!







McGann parle Peter Capaldi en tant que Docteur:

Speaking to Yahoo, McGann said: “I think he’s a brilliant choice. I honestly think, knowing Peter as I do, that he could well turn out to be the best of the lot. I really do.

“He’s got the combination of steel and comedy and intelligence that is the Doctor,” he explained. “He might just turn out to be a genius, a master stroke. Because we know how good he is. One thing that Capaldi does, and I know it might sound daft because there’s lots of clever actors, but not that many who can act highly intelligent – he can.”

He added: “He’s a super brain, Peter… he’s even won an Oscar as a director. He’s a brilliant man who can act brilliantly – he can also be funny, but he can be scary while he’s being funny and that might turn out to be the best combination of Doctor.”

“It’s good that they made that decision at this point in time. To get away from some young, handsome guy – bring a different gravitas to it. I have every hope for him that he’s going to be the best.”


Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/mcgann-thinks-capaldi-could-be-best-doctor-yet-61846.htm




Moffat parle de l'accent écossais de Capaldi:

Speaking to IGN about what Peter Capaldi has in store for us: “Scottishness. I think that’s the main thing,” he said.

“I mean watching him, and I just watched episode two actually, you don’t go around thinking this is an older bloke as the Doctor, particularly. But then I don’t know if I ever thought Matt Smith was young? You just think my god, he’s Scottish!”

He adds: “Doomed dialogue doesn’t half sound great in Scottish. You say the world’s about to end in a Scottish accent, and you really believe it!”


Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/doomed-dialogue-sounds-great-in-scottish-61879.htm




Trois des anciens Docteurs: Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy. parlent de Peter Capaldi en tant que Twelve:





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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Ven 21 Mar - 23:02
Voici une vidéo du tournage de la saison 8:


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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Sam 22 Mar - 12:12
Mark Gatiss parle de la quete du Docteur dans sa recherche de Gallifrey:



Speaking at the recent Brazil Q&A panel Gatiss said: “Every time you go back to Gallifrey, it starts to make the Time Lords a bit too domesticated. I know that’s why Russell T Davies came up with the whole idea of the Doctor being the last one because eventually if you see them so often they become a bit like a bunch of MPs, whereas if you talk about them as this amazing, powerful force, they’re much more exciting.

Elaborating on whether he’d ever like to pen a story featuring the Doctor’s home world: “I don’t know if I would want to do one. I think the way the Time Lords were represented in The End of Time and The Day of the Doctor was very exciting because we’re seeing them in a crisis and they’re trying to come up with different ways of saving themselves. But I suppose if the Doctor ever does find Gallifrey again, then we might find out more. Who knows…”



Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/gatiss-on-gallifrey-time-lords-return-61906.htm

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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Lun 24 Mar - 23:09
Nouvelles photos du tournage: les toutes premières photos ou Capaldi tiens un tournevis sonique!!!!!
Le tournevis ressemble à celui d'Eleven pour le bas et il est bleu en haut mais sur certaines photos la lumière semble verte. Est-ce un mélange entre celui de Ten et d'Eleven ou possède-il toujours celui d'Eleven, ou un qui est le meme d'Eleven mais une version améliorée ou encore qu'il va le changer par la suite:





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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mar 25 Mar - 11:24
Voici une photo qui présente le tournevis en gros plan, ben on dirait vraiment celui d'Eleven, il y a meme les crochets. Peut-etre que c'est une version améliorée de celui d'Eleven ou encore qu'il va peut-etre etre détruit et qu'il va le changer par le suite ou encore car la photo est floue le design à varié très légèrement:






Un nouveau méchant:





et une vidéo du tournage:





Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/series-8-filming-capaldis-sonic-new-monster-62005.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mer 26 Mar - 15:20
Mark Gatiss a confirmé qu'il a écrit deux épisodes de la saison 8:



Mark Gatiss has said he will be contributing not one, but two episodes for Peter Capaldi’s run of Doctor Who.

“I am writing for Peter Capaldi. In fact, two episodes,” he said to Cbnfoz.

Gatiss has written six episodes since Doctor Who came back in 2005. There was The Unquiet Dead, The Idiot’s Lantern, Victory of the Daleks and Night Terrors in the first, second, fifth and sixth series respectively. Most recently he contributed Cold War and The Crimson Horror for Series 7. He also was behind the warmly-received 50th anniversary docudrama An Adventure in Space and Time.

Gatiss is best known for his historical episodes. At the recent Brazil Q&A he hinted that novelist Jane Austen may be the next historical figure to feature: “One of the things which new Doctor Who sort of invented was the idea of a celebrity historical – Charles Dickens, Agatha Christie, Winston Churchill, Shakespeare. There’s three writers there so I think Jane Austen stands quite a quite a good chance actually…

He adds: “I’m not quite sure what the adventure would be. Maybe an alien posing as Mr Darcy.”



Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/gatiss-confirms-two-capaldi-eps-hints-at-jane-austen-story-62036.htm

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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mer 26 Mar - 17:23
AAAh J'adore Gatiss!!! il manque plus qu'on nous révèle le nouveau tournevis et ont est bon!
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mer 2 Avr - 11:50
Voici un résumé de ce que l'on sait pour le moment sur la saison 8, on peut voir des rumeurs sur certains titres de la saison:


A compilation article of everything we know about Doctor Who Series 8 so far. This will be continually updated as more info emerges over the coming months until broadcast.

Note: This post may contain some spoilers. Spoilerphobes read at your own risk!

LAST UPDATED: 31 March 2014.
Airdate

   Late Summer/Autumn

Filming began 6 January 2014.
Format

   13 episodes

Other notes: One episode may end up being the Christmas special. Moffat stated he wants Capaldi’s debut series to be a continuous run and not split.
Main Cast

   Peter Capaldi – The Doctor
   Jenna Coleman – Clara Oswald

Recurring Cast

   Samuel Anderson – Danny Pink
   Neve McIntosh – Madame Vastra
   Catrin Stewart – Jenny Flint
   Dan Starkey – Strax
   Paul Hickey – Inspector Gregson

Other notes: Alex Kingston possibly hinted at a return for River Song.
Guest Cast

   Tony Way – Alfie
   Michael Smiley – Colonel Blue
   Robert Goodman - Reg
   Jonathan Bailey
   Pippa Bennett-Warner
   Keeley Hawes – Ms Delphox

Monsters & Villains

   Clockwork Droids
   Daleks
   Robots
   Minotaur-like creature
   Ms Delphox

Rumours: Mark Gatiss is reportedly writing another story with the Ice Warriors. The Master is also rumoured as the major series villain.
Writers

   Steven Moffat
   Phil Ford
   Steve Thompson
   Mark Gatiss
   Neil Cross
   Gareth Roberts

Other notes: Neil Gaiman and Chris Chibnall have both stated that they have been approached to write a story, but it is dependent on their time and commitments to other projects. Tom MacRae has written another script although he is unsure if it will be in Series 8. Jack Lothian’s CV originally claimed he was writing an episode, but a later update removed it. New writer Frank Cottrell Boyce also said he had a story in the works, although it was unclear again if it was for Series 8.
Directors

   Ben Wheatley (2 episodes)
   Paul Murphy (2 episodes)
   Douglas Mackinnon (2 episodes)
   Paul Wilmshurst (episodes TBC)

Other notes: Peter Jackson has said that discussions over him directing an episode were “getting serious”.
2014 Episodes

801.

peter-capaldi-series-8-coleman

Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Ben Wheatley.

The opening story takes place predominantly in Victorian London and features the return of the Paternoster Gang. Moffat said: “We can push that Doctor a bit further if you’ve got a familiar world around him.” Moffat also said Capaldi is going to be an older, trickier and fiercer Doctor. “I think the fun story will be – and we have the opportunity here – is this is what regeneration can do to you. He can be very, very different.” Moffat later added: “Now it’s time for the old beast to snarl at you for a bit!” Jack the Ripper and Clockwork Droids will reportedly appear.

Guest starring: Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint), Dan Starkey (Strax), Nigel Betts (Mr Anderson), Paul Hickey (Inspector Gregson), Tony Way (Alfie), Maggie Service (Elsie), Sean Ashburn (Restaurant Droid), Matt Smith (The 11th Doctor – cameo).

802.

Written by Phil Ford. Directed by Ben Wheatley.

Rumoured Dalek story. Ford teased the story would be going “behind enemy lines.” He later gave a further one word clue of “Lasagne.”

Guest starring: Michael Smiley (Colonel Blue), Ben Crompton (Ross)

803.

series-8-episode-3-robot-filming

Written by TBC. Directed by Paul Murphy.

Rumoured title: “Robots of Sherwood”.

Guest starring: Jimmy Vee

804.

danny-doctor-who-space

Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

Episode premise: “When you talk to yourself, what if the person you’re talking to isn’t really you?” Features a minotaur-like monster. Samuel Anderson joins the cast as recurring character Danny Pink, a teacher at Coal Hill School. Anderson said: “I can’t wait to show people how my character becomes involved with such a fantastic duo!” Rumoured title: “Listen”.

Guest starring: Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Robert Goodman (Reg)

805.

Keeley-Hawes-doctor-who

Written by Steve Thompson. Directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

The Doctor and Clara come face to face with the mysterious Ms Delphox (Keeley Hawes) when they arrive on a strange and puzzling planet. Ms Delphox is a powerful out-of-this-world character with a dark secret. Jonathan Bailey plays a cyborg. Rumoured title: “Time Heist”.

Guest starring: Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Keeley Hawes (Ms Delphox), Jonathan Bailey, Pippa Bennett-Warner.

806.

Written by TBC. Directed by Paul Murphy.

Rumoured title: “Kill the Moon.”

807.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

808.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.
Rumoured title: “Mummy on the Orient Express”

809.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

Rumoured title: “Flatline”

810.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

811.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

812.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

813.

Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by TBC.

This may end up being the Christmas special.



Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/doctor-who-series-8-2014-what-we-know-update-60972.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mer 2 Avr - 18:29
Certains scénariste confirmés:


The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine has confirmed the writers and guest stars for Block Three of Series 8.

As previously reported Mark Gatiss will be back once again. Gatiss’ long list of past episodes includes The Unquiet Dead, The Idiot’s Lantern, Victory of the Daleks, Night Terrors, Cold War and The Crimson Horror.

Gatiss next story is the third episode of Series 8 and guest stars the just announced Tom Riley. Joining Riley will be Trevor Cooper, Ian Hallard, David Benson, Roger Ashton-Griffiths and Sabrina Barlett.

Episode 6 is written by Gareth Roberts (The Shakespeare Code, The Unicorn and the Wasp, Planet of the Dead (co-write), The Lodger, Closing Time). It guest stars Nigel Betts, Edward Harrison, Andy Gillies, Ellis George and Jimmy Vee.

Both episodes in Block Three are directed by Paul Murphy. Shooting began on 20th March.


Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/series-8-episode-3-6-writers-guest-stars-62175.htm




Un nouveau personnage fera son apparition:


The BBC have announced that Tom Riley will guest star in Series 8 of Doctor Who.

Riley will appear in episode three of the run, written by Mark Gatiss.

Riley’s previous credits include Inspector Lewis, the hit comedy Twenty Twelve and Monroe. He played Dave Beethoven in the BBC’s Freezing (above), starred opposite David Tennant in St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold and recently won plaudits for his portrayal of Leonardo Da Vinci in Da Vinci’s Demons.



Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/series-8-da-vincis-demons-tom-riley-cast-62171.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Sam 5 Avr - 17:48
Peter Capaldi semble aussi gentil que Matt avec les enfants, sur la vidéos il lui a signé un autographe et dessiné un Dalek:


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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mar 8 Avr - 16:22
Un nouveau méchant a été annoncé:







The BBC have announced that Ben Miller is set to guest star opposite Peter Capaldi when the new series of Doctor Who returns this autumn.  Commenting on his role, Ben Miller says: “As a committed Whovian I cannot believe my luck in joining the Twelfth Doctor for one of his inaugural adventures. My only worry is that they’ll make me leave the set when I’m not filming.”  Miller achieved fame as half of comedy duo Armstrong and Miller before success in dramas, including Primeval and, more recently, as DI Richard Poole, the central character in the first two series of the BBC’s Death In Paradise.  Miller’s partner in comedy, Alexander Armstrong, appeared in Doctor Who’s 2011 Christmas Special, playing Reg Arwell, but it’s Miller’s first time on the show and he’ll be starring in an episode written by Mark Gatiss.  Steven Moffat, lead writer and executive producer, adds: “Mark Gatiss has written us a storming villain for his new episode, and with Capaldi in the TARDIS, we knew we needed somebody special to send everybody behind the sofa. And quite frankly, it’s about time Ben Miller was in Doctor Who!”  Other familiar faces confirmed to join Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman in the new series, which will TX on BBC One later this year, include Tom Riley and Keeley Hawes.



Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/ben-miller-cast-as-villain-in-series-8-62306.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Ven 11 Avr - 19:55
Ah, j'aime bien cet acteur !
Il est assez excellent dans Primeval, et il joue son rôle à la perfection, il faut l'avouer (du genre le gars toujours mécontent mais qui défend quand même toujours son équipe).
J'ai hâte de voir le rôle qu'on lui aura attribué dans Doctor Who, en tout cas je le vois bien en grand méchant.

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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Lun 14 Avr - 21:09
Nouvelle news sur la saison 8:


The scenes being shot were for episode 3 written by Mark Gatiss and directed by Paul Murphy.

Backing up earlier rumours the episode is Robin Hood themed with the rumoured/working title of Robots of Sherwood.

Guest star Tom Riley is playing Robin Hood (pictured in costume below), while one of his merry men will played by Ian Hallard (Alan-a-dale).





Capaldi was on set in a new purple shirt under his Crombie, whilst Jenna Coleman was in a red dress







Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/series-8-filming-a-merry-day-62438.htm



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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Mer 16 Avr - 12:58
Nouvelles photos de tournage de l'épisode 3 de la saison 8:
























Et une vidéo:


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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Ven 18 Avr - 8:33
Nouvelle infos et photos sur l'épisode 3:


The scenes were once again for Mark Gatiss’ Robin Hood themed episode, Robots of Sherwood, the third of the run.

Caerphilly Castle is standing in for Nottingham Castle with the location dressed for a contest.




Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and guest star Tom Riley were all back on set as the Doctor, Clara and Robin Hood respectively. Below, the Doctor practices his archery skills while an ominous knight stands guard.






Guest star Ben Miller was also revealed to be playing Robin Hood’s famous enemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham (below right).




An archery contest is taking place with the Doctor helping Robin to win. The prize is a golden arrow (pictured below) that the Doctor seems to be after.





Source: http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/series-8-filming-a-castle-and-a-villain-62536.htm



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MessageSujet: Re: Doctor Who saison 8 Jeu 1 Mai - 13:33
Voici de nouvelles actualités à propos de la saison 8:


Voilà ce qui a été dis sur Peter Capaldi en tant douzième Docteur:

“I think Peter’s going to completely revitalise the show -- not that it needed revitalising -- but he’s going to bring something completely different to the Doctor. When you change a lead actor, everything’s going to change, but you can rest assured he’s going to absolutely smash it!”




Voici un récapitulatif des infos de la saison 8, que l'on a pour le moment:


Airdate

Late Summer/Autumn

Filming began 6 January 2014.
Format

13 episodes

Other notes: One episode may end up being the Christmas special. Moffat stated he wants Capaldi’s debut series to be a continuous run and not split.
Main Cast

Peter Capaldi – The Doctor
Jenna Coleman – Clara Oswald

Recurring Cast

Samuel Anderson – Danny Pink
Neve McIntosh – Madame Vastra
Catrin Stewart – Jenny Flint
Dan Starkey – Strax
Paul Hickey – Inspector Gregson

Other notes: Alex Kingston possibly hinted at a return for River Song.
Guest Cast

Tony Way – Alfie
Michael Smiley – Colonel Blue
Robert Goodman - Reg
Tom Riley – Robin Hood
Ben Miller - Sheriff of Nottingham
Roger Ashton-Griffiths – Master Quail
Trevor Cooper – Friar Tuck
Ian Hallard – Alan-a-dale
Jonathan Bailey
Pippa Bennett-Warner
Keeley Hawes – Ms Delphox

Monsters & Villains

Clockwork Droids
Daleks
Robots
Minotaur-like creature
Ms Delphox
Sheriff of Nottingham

Rumours: Mark Gatiss is reportedly writing another story with the Ice Warriors. The Master is also rumoured as the major series villain.
Writers

Steven Moffat
Phil Ford
Mark Gatiss
Steve Thompson
Gareth Roberts
Peter Harness
Jamie Mathieson

Other notes: Neil Gaiman and Chris Chibnall have both stated that they have been approached to write a story, but it is dependent on their time and commitments to their other projects. Neil Cross said he was a writing a story, although it has yet to be officially confirmed. Tom MacRae has written another script although he is unsure if it will be in Series 8. Jack Lothian‘s CV originally claimed he was writing an episode, but a later update removed it. New writer Frank Cottrell Boyce also said he had a story in the works, although it was unclear again if it will make it to Series 8.
Directors

Ben Wheatley (2 episodes)
Paul Murphy (2 episodes)
Douglas Mackinnon (2 episodes)
Paul Wilmshurst (2 episodes)

Other notes: Peter Jackson has said that discussions over him directing an episode were “getting serious”.
2014 Episodes

801.

peter-capaldi-series-8-coleman

Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Ben Wheatley.

The opening story takes place predominantly in Victorian London and features the return of the Paternoster Gang. Moffat said: “We can push that Doctor a bit further if you’ve got a familiar world around him.” Moffat also said Capaldi is going to be an older, trickier and fiercer Doctor. “I think the fun story will be – and we have the opportunity here – is this is what regeneration can do to you. He can be very, very different.” Moffat later added: “Now it’s time for the old beast to snarl at you for a bit!” Jack the Ripper and Clockwork Droids will reportedly appear.

Guest starring: Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint), Dan Starkey (Strax), Nigel Betts (Mr Anderson), Paul Hickey (Inspector Gregson), Tony Way (Alfie), Maggie Service (Elsie), Sean Ashburn (Restaurant Droid), Matt Smith (The 11th Doctor – cameo).

802.

Written by Phil Ford. Directed by Ben Wheatley.

Rumoured Dalek story. Ford teased the story would be going “behind enemy lines.” He later gave a further one word clue of “Lasagne.”

Guest starring: Michael Smiley (Colonel Blue), Ben Crompton (Ross)

803.

Written by Mark Gatiss. Directed by Paul Murphy.

Robin Hood themed episode with Tom Riley playing the character and Ben Miller as the Sheriff of Nottingham. Also features robot knights. Rumoured title: “Robots of Sherwood”.

Guest starring: Tom Riley (Robin Hood), Ben Miller (The Sheriff), Trevor Cooper (Friar Tuck), Ian Hallard (Alan-a-dale), David Benson, Rusty Goffe, Roger Ashton-Griffiths (Master Quail), Sabrina Barlett.

804.

danny-doctor-who-space

Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

Episode premise: “When you talk to yourself, what if the person you’re talking to isn’t really you?” Features a minotaur-like monster. Samuel Anderson joins the cast as recurring character Danny Pink, a teacher at Coal Hill School. Anderson said: “I can’t wait to show people how my character becomes involved with such a fantastic duo!” Rumoured title: “Listen”.

Guest starring: Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Robert Goodman (Reg)

805.

Keeley-Hawes-doctor-who

Written by Steve Thompson. Directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

The Doctor and Clara come face to face with the mysterious Ms Delphox (Keeley Hawes) when they arrive on a strange and puzzling planet. Delphox is a powerful out-of-this-world character with a dark secret. Jonathan Bailey plays a cyborg. Rumoured title: “Time Heist”.

Guest starring: Keeley Hawes (Ms Delphox), Jonathan Bailey, Pippa Bennett-Warner.

806.

Written by Gareth Roberts. Directed by Paul Murphy.

Little is known about the episode except some of the action takes place in Coal Hill School with the 12th Doctor posing as the caretaker.

Guest starring: Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Nigel Betts, Edward Harrison, Andy Gillies, Ellis George, Jimmy Vee.

807.

Written by Peter Harness or Jamie Mathieson (TBC). Directed by Paul Wilmshurst.

Rumoured title: “Kill the Moon.”

808.

Written by Peter Harness or Jamie Mathieson (TBC). Directed by Paul Wilmshurst.
Rumoured title: “Mummy on the Orient Express”

809.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

Rumoured title: “Flatline”

810.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

811.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

812.

Written by TBC. Directed by TBC.

813.

Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by TBC.

This may end up being the Christmas special.



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