Monday, May 20, 2013
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Matt Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman and Steven Moffat attend 72nd Annual George Foster Peabody Awards (May 20, 2013)
Sunday, March 17, 2013
drunk with power, steven moffat declares that the doctor’s name is “steven moffat”
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Steven Moffat spoke at Trinity College in Dublin on March 1. He talks a lot about Doctor Who and Sherlock. The whole interview is great, but the part River fans will be interested in comes starting around 59 minutes in. You can’t hear the questions very well, but you can hear Moffat perfectly:
Moffat: is there more to come about, as it were, Trenzalore and the battle in the Doctor’s future that led to the attempts on his life in the past? Is that what you’re asking? *someone clarifies, can’t really hear* Yes.
Person: Will River Song be in the new series?
Moffat: She will certainly in this series.
Moffat's guide to creating a companion
You know, instead of a companion I only kill every other episode, I'll create one that's killed in EVERY EPISODE.
We've a support group, you know. T-shirts and everything.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Throwing people off buildings is so cliche
Must throw her off a cloud.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
We’re delighted to confirm the names of all 5 episodes of Part 1 of the new series of Doctor Who!
1 – Asylum of the Daleks (by Steve Moffat)
2 – Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (by Chris Chibnall)
3 – A Town Called Mercy (by Toby Whithouse)
4 – The Power of Three (by Chris Chibnall)
5 – The Angels Take Manhattan (by Steven Moffat)
Monday, April 2, 2012
Eleventh Doctor Cosplay Contest
Voting begins July 19th. I’ll provide the link when it’s available so you guys can help me out!
Friday, December 2, 2011
Thursday, July 1, 2010
“It always feels like a miracle when you find the right person.” - Steven Moffat on Jenna Louise-Coleman
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
“I quite like it with two companions, cos there are two people to talk about him, I think that’s quite nice. The Doctor can exist as someone to be talked about, whereas if it’s just the two of them, there’s never an occasion when someone says, ‘Why does he always do that?’”
— Steven Moffat
Monday, June 21, 2010
You change everything, all the time. Even that element of the show has changed radically over the past four years… You don’t worry about doing things radically, in an a new way… [You] do what tells the story… It was very important that Rose, Jackie and Mickey were clear, developed characters. [When the show started] the Doctor was a ridiculous guide. [Audiences didn’t] understand who he is and what he’s supposed to be. But [now] it’s very different, because the Doctor is the most familiar character in the show. [Originally] we knew Rose much better than the Doctor, and now we know the Doctor better than we know Rose. And now we see Rose from the Doctor’s point of view, instead of seeing the Doctor from Rose’s point of view. You have to stay alive and stay lively, and Doctor Who is about change. Change is part of Doctor Who’s formula. It must change
If you’ve got a bluetooth key for your car, you can practically do that anyway. Having the Doctor be able to open his door [by snapping] is not a big deal. You’ve seen him change his face. What’s really important to Doctor Who - I was discussing this with Russell the other day - is that he’s got the biggest job in the universe, and [he can talk people into anything]. Underneath it all, he’s a bloke. He’s a man. He’s just a man with a time machine who is brilliant at convincing people of things… and it’s a great bluff. When [River Song] whispers his name in his ear, he freaks, and you see him collapse back into himself, and [into] being just a bloke. David Tennant does a brilliant job. David shows him [building back up] and shouldering the burden of being the Doctor again. He’s the man who never gives up, and that’s his super-power.