Invasion of the identitarians — Doctor Who

17 Juillet, 2017, 19:06 | Auteur: Gregory Millet
  • Who's next? The 13th Doctor will make their debut appearance in the Christmas special episode when Peter steps down from the role

Some have asked if 'WonderMAN' will now get a shot at the recent revival of WonderWoman.

Jodie Whittaker (4/1), Michaela Coel (8/1), Tilda Swinton (10/1), Natalie Dormer (12/1), Tom Rosenthal (14/1) and David Harewood (14/1) are also in the running. So why do the BBC always announce it beforehand?

The original was played by Dirk Benedict in the 1978 series.

Capaldi said "she is a wonderful actress of great individuality and charm".

With the ears you could fly away with.

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Whittaker has since urged fans of the show not to be "scared" of the fact that she's the first woman to play the role. He had amazing chemistry with everyone he came into contact with.

Hope, at this time, is needed. "Midnight" is also (in my opinion) the best episode of Doctor Who. The minimalist set and invisible monster let the writing stand on its own and it's brilliantly effective. The follow through with Rose from Eccleston to Tennant was masterfully done. One wrote: 'I have no doubt 13 is a woman'.

BBC took to its official Twitter account the announcement. Check out this interview with the writer of Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor! "The Thirteenth Doctor is on her way".

It shouldn't be a risk to cast a woman in that kind of role.

But she added: "On live TV a mistake coming out of a woman's mouth is amplified 100 times more than a mistake coming out of a man's mouth".

2-1 favorites for the role are Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge and UK television actor Kris Marshall.

She succeeds the current star, Peter Capaldi, who announced in January that he would leave after the 2017 Christmas Special. "We need representation across the board". But first take a look at this lovely behind-the-scenes glimpse at the film (and help us parse what all the new scenes could possibly mean for the new heroes).

Born on 3 June 1982 in West Yorkshire, Whittaker made her stage debut in 2005 at Shakespeare's Globe, playing Ampelisca in Peter Oswald's The Storm alongside Mark Rylance. A young man with the acting chops to pull that off is just amazing!

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"And he quickly diverted the conversation to suggest I should consider auditioning to be the 13th". "Jodie is an in-demand, funny, inspiring, super-smart force of nature and will bring loads of wit, strength and warmth to the role". He was a complete change for the series, and he absolutely nailed it. Though his first season had mostly weak episodes, he was able to shine regardless.

"So I think science fiction has given me the ability as an artist to be colour-blind, and gender-blind, and to imagine and reinvent myself and be the chameleon actors are supposed to be".