Who knew Doctor Who’s nemeses the Daleks couldn’t swim.Â Volunteers were cleaning up a filthy pond in Hampshire, England when the Dalek head bubbled to the surface. “I got the shock of my life when a Dalek head bobbed up right in front of me. It must have been down there for some time because it was covered in mould and water weed, and had quite a bit of damage. One of the dome lights was smashed, but the eye-stalk was intact and the head and neck stayed in one piece as I carefully lifted it out.” That’s a very
Matt Smith, the newly named Doctor Who, is getting quite a different deal than his predecessor David Tennant, signing a three year contract for Â£600,000.Â The contract also gives Smith the option of signing on for an additional two years.Â The new Doctor’s fee is significantly less than Tennant’s Â£1,000,000 a year deal, which is probably due to the slow down in the economy and little to do with the popularity of Doctor Who. Smith, who will become the eleventh Time Lord, is the youngest ever actor to play the 903-year-old doctor. Some critics branded him ‘the toddler in the
Even though Christopher Nolan hasn’t committed to direct the next Batman movie, and even though a script isn’t ready (to my knowledge), UK’s Telegraph has already named the next two characters to appear in the franchise – and you’re going to need to prepare yourself for who has “already been cast”.