The opening-night screening of Bwana Devil, the first full-length, color 3-D movie, November 26, 1952, at the Paramount Theater in Hollywood. (via)
little 50th anniversary things:
- sign from an unearthly child
- 'no more' written on the board
- [mention of] the high council
- arthur the horse from the girl in the fireplace
- nine’s jacket
- ten’s ding machine from blink
- four’s scarf
- the doctor’s known associates
- jack’s vortex manipulator
- the round things
Most characters in your novel should have something or someone standing in their way. If they’re not, your story runs the risk of being boring or unrealistic. However, you need to write a character that can deal with the adversity shoved at them in order to become a better, stronger person….
matt smith for sunday times, photographed by rich hardcastle
The problem with the 50th ret-conning isn’t that the Doctor’s emotional integrity re: his post-Time War angst disappears. Obviously, he really believes he sacrificed Gallifrey, believes all those people burned, etc. He’ll still feel really, really bad about it.
"If you could take a trait from another character, what would it be?" ”I would take a little bit more of Stiles’ funny movements you know?” - Tyler Posey