Monday, 6 September 2010
Saturday, 4 September 2010
|Barry Island Beach|
Barry Island (Fact: Not actually a Island) known for the log flume, Gavin and Stacey, fish and chip shops, arcades, bad weather and Matt Smith. Hold on MATT SMTH! That's right the stalkers at The Sun newspaper have revealed that Matt Smith and his girlfriend Daisy Lowe are renting out a £8,000-a-month property down Barry Island.
"Matt used to use a flat in Cardiff. But he's found this new place because Daisy will be spending a lot of time with him," a source said.
"The property is amazing, it is the perfect place for a loved-up couple... We've even had a mention of a secret wine cellar."
The Island has also been used for filming Doctor Who episodes Delta and the Bannermen and The Empty Child/ The Doctor Dances and The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes The Mad Woman in the Attic. If you see Matt and his partner Daisy Lowe tucking into some of Boofy's chips or paddling in the murky waters let me know.
|Bernard Cribbins is awesome Truth or a Lie?|
TV Legend Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott) appeared on the BBC One comedy panel show 'Would I Lie To You?' yesterday and if you missed it you can watch it here on BBC iPlayer for 7 days. The guests must try to and convince the other team to believe their story but it can be true or a complete lie. Rob Brydon is the host, the team captains are David Mitchell and Lee Mack and other guests are Patrick Kielty, Deborah Meaden, Mark Watson and Davros. One of those may be a lie.
|Fright Night Movie Poster|
When David Tennant left the role that made him a hosehold name he knew it would be a risk to leave such a secure job. But since leaving it looks like those worries were unfounded as he has filmed a pilot show in the US called 'Rex is Not your Lawyer' (which wasnt picked up), starring in a BBC Drama Single Father and has filmed a movie the 'Decoy Bride'. Now he is to star in a remake of Fright Night the 1985 Tom Holland film as vampire killer, Peter Vincent. The film is expected for a late 2011 release and will also star Colin Farrell, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots.
|Vorgenson concept art.|
It has been revealed that the upcoming Doctor Who Live tour is inspired by the 1973 Third Doctor adventure Carnival of Monsters.“We’ve created a brand new character – called Vorgenson (played by Nigel Planer) – but it is a character who grows out of Carnival Of Monsters,” Doctor Who Live director Will Brenton said to SFX. “All of its genealogy grows out of that episode. And the fans who spotted that reference will enjoy how it happens.” He continued "When I first came aboard this project, it was a project very akin to the Prom offering, And what I thought we needed to do was bring this space alive a lot more, by making it a narrative that takes place in real time, in that Arena at the moment. Which is what we’ve done." Doctor Who Live is on tour across the UK from Friday 8 October for ticket information, visit http://www.doctorwholive.com/.