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HBO has released the Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon trailer and character posters announcing the series premiers on Saturday, Aug. 21. “History does not remember blood. It remembers names,” teases the video description. House of the Dragon is a prequel to the main Game of Thrones series and consists of 10 episodes. Based …
Matt Smith lets it be known that he would rather do Doctor Who again with Karen Gillan than another Morbius film with Jared Leto if he had to pick one. Smith, an English actor, who played the Eleventh Doctor and “Milo” in Morbius, was recently asked if he would rather play Doctor Who again and team up …
HBO has revealed first look images at the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon, which includes Matt Smith who plays Prince Daemon Targaryen, along with character descriptions. The pics feature Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen along with Smith; Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon (aka the Sea Snake), and Olivia Cooke …
Casting for Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon is underway as three actors land roles including Doctor Who Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, and Emma D’Arcy. Matt Smith is set to play Prince Daemon Targaryen, Olivia Cooke is playing Alicent Hightower, and Emma D’Arcy is playing Rhaenyra Targaryen. Paddy Considine (Peaky Blinders) has also previously …
Director Daniel Espinosa is currently filming the Morbius the Living Vampire movie in Manchester, England, which is doubling for New York City, as users on social media have shared first look images featuring Jared Leto, Matt Smith, and even a tease for none other than Kraven the Hunter. Jared Leto was spotted on set wearing …
Matt Smith has been cast in Sony’s Morbius the Living Vampire movie that stars Jared Leto as the titular character. The details surrounding Smith’s role are being kept under wraps, but the role is said to be a major one. Matt Smith is known for playing Doctor Who and is rumored for a role in Disney …
Following the casting news of Lost star Dominic Monaghan, now it’s reported Doctor Who actor Matt Smith has been cast in Star Wars: Episode IX. While it is unknown if he will be joining the side of the rebels or the evil empire, it is reported Matt Smith has a key role in Star Wars: Episode IX. In addition …
We now have a first look at Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator Genisys as the T-800 as well as new images of the rest of the cast.
Terminator Genisys has a July 1, 2015 release directed by Alan Taylor also starring Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Matt Smith, Jason Clarke and J.K. Simmons.
Earlier also saw official Sarah Connor retcon plot details hit the net.
Below you can check out Karen Gillan’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with the actress wearing a Pink Power Rangers costume.
Speaking of, check out Matt Smith’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video as well, who will be starring in Terminator: Genisys.
With Warner Bros. rebooting Batman, with that comes new villains.
So how about former Doctor Who Matt Smith as the Riddler.
Matt Smith attended the recent Wizard World Philadelphia Comic-Con along with his former companion, Karen Gillan.
Matt Smith is asked to give his best “I’m Batman” impression where he replies in a high-pitched voice.
It’s then mentioned that WB is rebooting Batman with Ben Affleck when it is suggested that Matt Smith should play the Riddler.
Smith replies that he is going to write to Warner Bros. and say that he should play Riddler.
“Hey, that’s cool,” Smith said.
Check out the full clip:
New casting news for Alan Taylor’s Terminator: Genesis sees Matt Smith cast in a major role.
Smith, known for Doctor Who, will play a new character with a strong connection to John Connor.
Deadline reports that Smith’s role will also be seen in the second and third films of the trilogy.
See the official announcement by Paramount below.
HOLLYWOOD, CA (May 2, 2014) – Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions announced today that “Doctor Who” star Matt Smith will join the cast of the upcoming “TERMINATOR” reboot.
Smith will play a new character with a strong connection to John Connor, alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, J.K. Simmons, Dayo Okeniyi and Byung Hun Lee.
Alan Taylor is directing the film from a screenplay by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier. David Ellison and Dana Goldberg of Skydance Productions are producing. Skydance’s Paul Schwake, Annapurna Pictures’ Megan Ellison, Kalogridis and Lussier are executive producing.
Smith is best known for playing The Doctor on the popular “Doctor Who” television series during the 2011-2103 seasons. His other television credits include “Christopher and His Kind,” “Moses Jones,” and “The Street.” He can be seen next on the big screen in “LOST RIVER,” directed by Ryan Gosling, alongside Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan and Eva Mendes.
He is represented by United Talent Agency and Michael Duff at Troika.
The “TERMINATOR” franchise launched in 1984 with Schwarzenegger as the title character and spanned three subsequent films, which have earned more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
Paramount will distribute the film worldwide on July 1, 2015.
The BBC has released the final minute to last night’s Doctor Who Christmas Special which revealed the transformation of the 11th Doctor, Matt Smith, to the 12th Doctor, Peter Capaldi. It was a great episode, and you can read our review as well.
Earlier this year head writer Steven Moffat promised Whovians a triple celebration for the Golden Anniversary. It’s great that he kept his word with “Time of the Doctor.” This superb Christmas present gave the Eleventh Doctor a great showcase, tied up lots of dangling plotlines scattered through his tenure and also gave us a brief taster of what’s coming next year, but we’ll get to that later.
Before the episode descended into some very serious and sobering denouement, we had some lovely funny opening moments. I mean did you expect to see Matt Smith nude in the Tardis with a handy console knob hiding his sonic? Me neither. Or cooking the perfect Turkey with the Eye of Harmony. I loved Clara’s granny seeing through the holographic disguise – yeah she didn’t believe the Doctor was Clara’s boyfriend either. And Handles – the disembodied Cyber head certainly deserves a series of his own. 101 conversations with the Tardis’ telephone perhaps. Even Matt wearing a wig – bald at one point – never has a toupee been so important a plot device.
Regulars viewers who have followed Moffat’s twisting turning Silence Will Fall arc were finally rewarded with major revelations – perhaps for some not in great a detail as perhaps some may wish. I got to say I was overjoyed to see the return of the Crack In Time, the source of the mysterious message transmitting from the town of Christmas on Trenzalore. And wasn’t it grand that Moffat revealed that is was the Crack that the Doctor feared in Room 11 back in “The God Complex?” It turned out it was Madam Kovarian of the Papal Mainframe who opted to blow up the Tardis to stymie the bitter war that the Mother Superious tried to prevent – only to come undo by those nasty Dalek nanites. And the Silence were Vicars? Blessed are those that forget their sins and…what was I writing….??
Oh yes, there was indeed more. A partial return of the Alliance – well a great assortment of Eleventh Adversaries with the Weeping Angels getting full marks for being scary in the snow. There was a worry that too many foes in one story would scattered the primary emphasis of the story. Thankfully, we knew Mr. Moffatt would ensure Smith got center stage – and he did practically appearing in most scenes. The idea of him, alone defending the town and its folks over 400 years perhaps sounded repetitive and recycled. However, as he got older we soon realize that sooner or later his time would run out, he would see one last sunrise and sunset, and you have to hand it to Matt Smith he played the part well right to the end.
We also knew the thorny question would soon arise on exactly how the Doctor would carry on with his regeneration cycle exhausted after Captain Grumpy and the Tenth’s vanity issues gobbled a few lives up. 12 is the limit; so as a bit of a disappointment, we don’t get an absolute answer. Turns out it’s the Time Lords on the other side of the Crack from the pocket universe where they ended up after “Day of the Doctor,” and as a bit of thanks for ensuring their safety they reward the Doctor with a new cycle –just as they have done occasionally with other agents in the past. Perhaps some questions should remain unanswered – after all, we still thankfully don’t know Who he is.
And so the Moment was prepared for Capaldi to enter stage left and make his mark. And wasn’t it brief! One last minute cameo from Karen Gillen (also wearing a wig fresh from filming Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy). One last moment of seeing the bow tie – then a bowl of Fish Fingers and Custard later there he was. All mad eyes and in need of a Tardis Driving Manual with a new set of Kidneys and a Scottish lilt to boot. It’s early days to say how I’ll react to Peter when the 12th Doctor returns in nine months time, but return he will for the Time Lord’s adventures are perpetual – and rightly so.
So Happy New Year, Doctor Who. And Farewell Matt Smith. Geronimo!
The BBC has released a new clip from the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary episode “The Day Of the Doctor,” featuring Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman.
In addition, a new Doctor Who viral site has been launched, DoctorWhoSaveTheDay.com, where more exclusive footage can be unlocked.
The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary airs November 23rd.
The Doctor and Clara are shown something that doesn’t seem possible… #SaveTheDay
A sneak peek from the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor.
The BBC has released four new images from the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary “The Day Of The Doctor.”
Featured in the new images is Matt Smith, David Tennant and Joanna Page as Queen Elizabeth.
The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary airs November 23rd.
We are a little more than a month away until the debut of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary.
With that, the BBC has released a batch of image stills featuring Matt Smith, David Tennant, John Hurt, Jenna Coleman and Jemma Redgrave.
Doctor Who: The Day Of The Doctor airs Saturday, November 23rd.
New images from the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary have hit the net featuring Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt.
These come from the latest issue of SFX magazine (via io9).
The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary is set to air November 23rd.
Matt Smith has begun filming his last episode as the 11th Doctor as set images from Cardiff for the Doctor Who Christmas Special have landed online where we also see Jenna Coleman.
The Doctor Who Christmas Special will also introduce Peter Capaldi, the new Doctor. Showrunner Stephen Moffat recently described the 12th Doctor as much fiercer.
A spoiler of sorts was also recently revealed as an actor on set let loose a tweet and image about a villain to be featured in the episode.
The BBC is also gearing up promotion for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary that airs in November as a new Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt poster was released.
(images via io9)