...waiting for my police box to materialize...
*not a spoiler-free or moffat-hate-free zone*
london soccer football mum
DoctorXRose shipper
and yet another DT fangirl.

 

David Tennant Returns to the Scene of the Crime

I keep getting asked, “Was it peculiar to tell the same story again?” But as an actor, that’s part of what you do. You often do 14 takes of the same lines; in the theater, you tell the same story every night with all the same actors around you. So really, telling a similar story in a very different set of circumstances wasn’t as peculiar as I think a lot of people imagine it would be. If there’s a story that’s compelling and a script that’s good, then you think: Well, I’ll tell it as many times as people want to hear it, frankly. ”

"[I]t’s not the same character; they really feel quite different in my bones. Though they both look quite similar. And I’m quite looking forward to having a shave [laughs].”

tardis-trekkie:

We’ve been working with the rare books collection at the Shakespeare Birth Trust which includes all the materials from the RSC and the librarians told us that they had to stop David Tennant from bringing coffee into the archive room twice.

themarysue:


"I mean really, Ms. Delphox is just Missy, who is just Madame Kovarian, all of whom are really just Sherlock's Irene Adler.
And people say Steven Moffat can’t write women.”
Doctor Who Recap, “Time Heist” | The Mary Sue

themarysue:

"I mean really, Ms. Delphox is just Missy, who is just Madame Kovarian, all of whom are really just Sherlock's Irene Adler.

And people say Steven Moffat can’t write women.”

Doctor Who Recap, “Time Heist” | The Mary Sue

gallifreyburning:

oodlyenough:

burntlikethesun:

[re: how did Osgood end up with the 4th Doctor’s scarf in DotD] 
The story is too scandalous to relate. But you’ll notice the Curator *wasn’t* wearing that scarf - and let’s be honest, you might have expected him to. Look, it’s not my place to start rumours here, but clearly there’s life in the old dog yet.
-Steven Moffat

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Review: 'Gracepoint' Succeeds in All the Ways 'The Killing' Failed

tenthdoctorsrose:

fiftysevenacademics:

natalunasans:

link via gingercrawford

a hopeful review…

"The acting, particularly that of David Tennant, reaches just the right amount of subtlety to get under a viewer’s skin without feeling preachy. Because the audience isn’t forced to sit through anything longer than necessary, they never feel like something is being jammed down their throat, and thus they, not the writers, get to decide what’s important and what isn’t. As crazy as it may sound, Gracepoint has found a way to engage the audience through progression without feeling like anything is being left out for the sake of time.

Gracepoint is deliberate, but not slow. It’s affecting, but not forceful. It’s smart, but not egotistical. Everything mystery dramas of the last few years have failed to do is what Gracepoint nails. By not rushing itself while still making sure life in the small coastal town moves, the new Fox drama manages to find a happy middle ground that appeases fans of “high class television” while still serving as a highly entertaining whodunit.”

Reblogging the hell out of this!!!