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https://twitter.com/MoePedde84/status/1 ... 3817902080

An eyewitness to filming. Allegedly.
I don't suppose you can remember what they said?

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Just found this.....

https://vocal.media/futurism/doctor-who ... -main-cast


'Doctor Who' Series 13 Appears to Start Filming, John Barrowman to Rejoin as Main Cast?
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by LEWIS JEFFERIES about 5 hours ago in SCIFI TV

It's heavily rumoured Bradley and Tosin will be leaving this year.

'Doctor Who' Series 13 Appears to Start Filming, John Barrowman to Rejoin as Main Cast?

Well, 2020 has been eventful, wouldn’t you agree? Putting reality aside for now; stepping into the Whoniverse, 2020 graced us with a brand-new series of Doctor Who with Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. We can all agree that Series 12 was one big step up from Series 11, and that wasn’t because of all the twists and shocks.

Sacha Dhawan appeared as the Master, John Barrowman returned as Captain Jack Harkness, Gallifrey returned, and we got a new Doctor. The Timeless Child storyline went full on this year and shocked all fans when it was revealed the Timeless Child was in fact the Doctor. Whilst the Series 12 finale was explosive (literally), it’s clear there’s more to that plot to be carried into Series 13. Now we’re in the final quarter of 2020, it appears Whittaker is back out on location for Doctor Who as an eager fan claims to have spotted Whittaker filming.


Posting on Twitter, the Doctor Who fan said:
“On a evening walk and Doctor Who filming down the road!”

The tweeter – who has now gone private – revealed that the Doctor (Whittaker) was on set/location having a “screaming match argument” for a scene with another mystery actor. The scene was also described as an emotional scene with “lots of shouting”.

The eyewitness continued to describe the scene that was filming in Leckwith Woods in Wales, to have “bright flashing lights” that involved a car.

Unfortunately, that’s all we know so far. Even though it’s not actually clear whether or not this is Doctor Who, it’s more than likely. Cardiff is currently on local lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so fans are told NOT to go and watch filming if they discover it is close to them.

With Series 13 back filming, could this mystery actor be a new companion? It’s heavily rumoured that Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole will be exiting their roles as Graham and Ryan in the upcoming special titled “Revolution of the Daleks”, but is yet to be confirmed.

According to sources, two of the three companions will be departing the TARDIS this year after landing new roles, leaving just Whittaker and Mandip Gill, unless someone else is invited to step into the box. With an episode yet to air, it’s unclear on Bradley and Ryan’s fate. Will it be open ended? Will it be gruesome? However, RadioTimes reported that it “may be an open-ended departure, with Cole and Walsh still possibly continuing to make sporadic appearances” even though they won’t form the main cast anymore. There’s a lot of speculation on who could become new companions, but it appears Barrowman is a fan favourite.

John Barrowman returned as Captain Jack for the first time since 2010 when David Tennant’s 10th Doctor said his goodbyes. Barrowman shocked fans with a surprise appearance in “Fugitive of the Judoon”, which in itself was a ground-breaking episode because of its shocks and surprises.

It is now believed that Barrowman will be returning to star in the show once again in “Revolution of the Daleks”. The actor was spotted in the background of a video, featuring Whittaker and Gill participating in a competition for a series of behind-the-scenes clips. Barrowman can also be heard in the background cheering on Whittaker.

The scenes featuring Jack in “Fugitive of the Judoon” took place in Bristol, not Cardiff where this video was filmed. So, it’s likely this behind-the-scenes film was recorded during the filming of “Revolution of the Daleks”. We’ve seen Jack as a full-time companion in the past, where he was first introduced in 2005, alongside Christopher Eccleston. Let’s be honest, Jack becoming a full-time companion in Series 13 would be a dream come true for so many fans.

What happens in the upcoming special remains tight-lipped for now, so it remains unclear how Jack ties into the episode and if he will replace Bradley and Tosin. For now, we sit tight and await those important details.
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Cygnus Prime wrote:
Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:28 pm
thecypher wrote:
Tue Oct 06, 2020 8:29 pm
Zarius wrote:
Mon Oct 05, 2020 9:27 am
https://twitter.com/MoePedde84/status/1 ... 3817902080

An eyewitness to filming. Allegedly.
I don't suppose you can remember what they said?

Image


Just found this.....

https://vocal.media/futurism/doctor-who ... -main-cast


'Doctor Who' Series 13 Appears to Start Filming, John Barrowman to Rejoin as Main Cast?
Lewis Jefferies
by LEWIS JEFFERIES about 5 hours ago in SCIFI TV

It's heavily rumoured Bradley and Tosin will be leaving this year.

'Doctor Who' Series 13 Appears to Start Filming, John Barrowman to Rejoin as Main Cast?

Well, 2020 has been eventful, wouldn’t you agree? Putting reality aside for now; stepping into the Whoniverse, 2020 graced us with a brand-new series of Doctor Who with Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. We can all agree that Series 12 was one big step up from Series 11, and that wasn’t because of all the twists and shocks.

Sacha Dhawan appeared as the Master, John Barrowman returned as Captain Jack Harkness, Gallifrey returned, and we got a new Doctor. The Timeless Child storyline went full on this year and shocked all fans when it was revealed the Timeless Child was in fact the Doctor. Whilst the Series 12 finale was explosive (literally), it’s clear there’s more to that plot to be carried into Series 13. Now we’re in the final quarter of 2020, it appears Whittaker is back out on location for Doctor Who as an eager fan claims to have spotted Whittaker filming.


Posting on Twitter, the Doctor Who fan said:
“On a evening walk and Doctor Who filming down the road!”

The tweeter – who has now gone private – revealed that the Doctor (Whittaker) was on set/location having a “screaming match argument” for a scene with another mystery actor. The scene was also described as an emotional scene with “lots of shouting”.

The eyewitness continued to describe the scene that was filming in Leckwith Woods in Wales, to have “bright flashing lights” that involved a car.

Unfortunately, that’s all we know so far. Even though it’s not actually clear whether or not this is Doctor Who, it’s more than likely. Cardiff is currently on local lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so fans are told NOT to go and watch filming if they discover it is close to them.

With Series 13 back filming, could this mystery actor be a new companion? It’s heavily rumoured that Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole will be exiting their roles as Graham and Ryan in the upcoming special titled “Revolution of the Daleks”, but is yet to be confirmed.

According to sources, two of the three companions will be departing the TARDIS this year after landing new roles, leaving just Whittaker and Mandip Gill, unless someone else is invited to step into the box. With an episode yet to air, it’s unclear on Bradley and Ryan’s fate. Will it be open ended? Will it be gruesome? However, RadioTimes reported that it “may be an open-ended departure, with Cole and Walsh still possibly continuing to make sporadic appearances” even though they won’t form the main cast anymore. There’s a lot of speculation on who could become new companions, but it appears Barrowman is a fan favourite.

John Barrowman returned as Captain Jack for the first time since 2010 when David Tennant’s 10th Doctor said his goodbyes. Barrowman shocked fans with a surprise appearance in “Fugitive of the Judoon”, which in itself was a ground-breaking episode because of its shocks and surprises.

It is now believed that Barrowman will be returning to star in the show once again in “Revolution of the Daleks”. The actor was spotted in the background of a video, featuring Whittaker and Gill participating in a competition for a series of behind-the-scenes clips. Barrowman can also be heard in the background cheering on Whittaker.

The scenes featuring Jack in “Fugitive of the Judoon” took place in Bristol, not Cardiff where this video was filmed. So, it’s likely this behind-the-scenes film was recorded during the filming of “Revolution of the Daleks”. We’ve seen Jack as a full-time companion in the past, where he was first introduced in 2005, alongside Christopher Eccleston. Let’s be honest, Jack becoming a full-time companion in Series 13 would be a dream come true for so many fans.

What happens in the upcoming special remains tight-lipped for now, so it remains unclear how Jack ties into the episode and if he will replace Bradley and Tosin. For now, we sit tight and await those important details.
Oh my god, they must be desperate! :lol:

Still won't watch it though. 8-)
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Here's the link to the NYCC panel stream if you're interested in watching along later

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rDq3uX ... xFYLFBMONk
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TVZone's twitter says there's something about the festive special dropping after or around 7PM. Trailer?



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Revolution of the Daleks info from the panel

Will definitely air sometime around the Festive period (doesn't confirm Christmas or New Year), there will be a Christmas Doctor Who marathon on BBC America

No trailer

Synopsis
The Doctor is locked away in a high-security alien prison. Isolated, alone, with no hope of escape. Far away, on Earth, her best friends, Yaz, Ryan and Graham have to pick up their lives without her. But it’s not easy. Old habits die hard. Especially when they discover a disturbing plan forming. A plan which involves a Dalek. How can you fight a Dalek, without the Doctor?
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Zarius wrote:
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No trailer
No but the Beeb's DW Twatter thang did stick out a couple of really exciting photos...

https://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status ... 8481186816



https://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status ... 6877636608

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The Ginger Cat wrote:
Thu Oct 08, 2020 8:58 pm
Zarius wrote:
Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:21 pm
No trailer
No but the Beeb's DW Twatter thang did stick out a couple of really exciting photos...

https://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status ... 8481186816



https://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status ... 6877636608

I was trying to post them earlier, but could'nt hotlink them for some reason...
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Already merch out for Revolution of the Daleks

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Already merch out for Revolution of the Daleks

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That’s Christmas sorted for some on Mondas. :lol:
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A 'big question about regeneration' may or may not be answered in the special

https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2020 ... N_D5rz-8wE
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Series 13 deals with Yaz's mental health issues

https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/a34325815 ... backstory/
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Thirteen and Ten team up again in the new Edge of Reality video game...only this time Jodie and Tennant are actually voicing them



https://www.doctorwhotheedgeofreality.com/
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Details of Jodie's appearance on Who Do You Think You Are?

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Damn, when I saw that I thought the Silence had returned.
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A new Doctor Who-themed Pudsey Bear is coming out to promote to Children In Need...but it's patterned after David Tennant, not Jodie Whitaker. She's been snubbed in the marketing again!



Of course, you could argue this is because Pudsey is male...but this is 2020, that shouldn't be an excuse given all the different sexualities of men and women being represented in the media.



https://www.bbcchildreninneedshop.co.uk/products/2020-limited-DWT
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New Doctor Who-themed Pudsey Bears is coming out to promote Children In Need...patterned after David Tennant and Jodie Whittaker



https://cultbox.co.uk/news/limited-edit ... en-in-need
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Could be just lucky guessing here, but it's a slow news week so any port in a stormageddon

....UK Christmas Telly have an as yet officially unconfirmed listing for Christmas Day. The site usually has a fairly reputable track record of correctly listing what's on offer that week.

Revolution of the Daleks appears to be scheduled in the tea time slot between the Zog sequel and the Strictly Christmas Countdown.

Christmas Day Friday 25th December 2020

BBC1

10.00am Christmas Morning Service
11.00am Shaun the Sheep : The Farmer's Llamas
11.30pm Wallace & Gromit :
A Matter of Loaf and Death
12.00 Donkey's Caroling Christmas-Tacular
12.15pm Top of the Pops Christmas Special
1.15pm BBC News
1.30pm Film : Early Man (2018)
3.00pm The Queen
3.10pm Film : Coco (2017)
4.55pm Zog and the Flying Doctors
5.25pm Doctor Who : Revolution of the Daleks
6.30pm Strictly : The Christmas Countdown
8.00pm Call the Midwife Christmas Special
9.30pm EastEnders
10.30pm Mrs Brown's Boys
11.00pm BBC News

http://ukchristmastv.weebly.com/bbc-2020.html
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Mandip Gill has deleted her twitter account.

Prior to that, she had scored out the occupation Time Traveller on her profile.
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Jodie will be on radio 6 this Sunday at 2PM to discuss "time"

https://twitter.com/BBC6Music/status/13 ... 6533179392
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