From top, left: James Franco attends a screening of HIS BEST MOVIE EVER This Is the End in London; the Impossible Girl Jenna-Louise Coleman leaves The Connaught Rooms after attending the Charlie and The Chocolate Factory press night after-party at Covent Garden in London; Jason Priestly, who is serving as a guest director on Saving Hope, grabs a frozen pizza for himself in Toronto. Now, a lesser blogger might go for the easy joke and say “BACK AWAY FROM THE FROZEN PIZZA, JASON” because, sure he looks a little dumpy, and it’s clear that Brandon Walsh is but but a dim memory, but you know what? Time marches on. Who among us can say that we are as slim and gorgeous as we were 20 years ago? Let Jason eat his frozen pizza alone in his hotel room. Let him AGE. Let him GET WRINKLES and WEAR FRUMPY GRAMPA CLOTHES. It’s OK. It will happen to Miley some day, too. One day, you will see a picture of her in some futuristic muumuu and she won’t be as young and pert as she is here, today, leaving the Greenwich Hotel on her way to the Good Morning America studios. She’ll be OLD, and probably FAT, and suddenly you’ll realize that you, too, ARE OLD and FAT, and you’ll be OK with that. It’s the CIRCLE OF LIFE. Have I mentioned my birthday is next month? Sigh. Anyway, I watched Miley’s interview this morning as I was getting ready. As EVERY OTHER CHANNEL ON TELEVISION was discussing the SCOTUS rulings, Miley was blithering on about her hair and her “evolving style.” Way to go, GMA. (Photos: Pacific Coast News)
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In this 26-second teaser, Clara seems to be making… a SOUFFLÉ? (dun dun DUN)… when she gets a message from Madam Vestra, the lesbian lizard woman living in Victorian England with no access to time travel. So right there we have lots of different timey-wimey, wibbly wobbly stuff going on. The name of the episode is “The Name of the Doctor” and the tagline promises “His Secret Revealed.” So already, I’m thinking it’s THE MOST IMPORTANT EPISODE EVER IN THE HISTORY OF DR WHO. We’ll see, won’t we?
Clara and the Doctor are off to Victorian England in this week’s episode, “The Crimson Horror,” which is NOT about my period. Ba dum dum. (What does that even mean?) Of course, Victorian England is where Clara Oswin Oswald is. Was. And can both Claras be in the same place? Will they address this? Is that why they’re going? My head hurts ALREADY. Lady Diana Rigg, who is CERTAINLY having a moment, guest stars. Very exciting. My favorite lesbian lizardlady, Vastra, and her wife, Jenny, also appear, as does fan favorite Straxl. Images of them after the jump. And more pics from the episode at ONTD.
These two. These freakin’ muppets, man. They KILL me. As much as I sobbed when Karen Gillian left Dr Who, I gotta say Matt and Jenna-Louise are ADORABLE together. And who is she? WHAT is she? Why does she keep dying? Watch the trailer for this week’s new episode “The Bells of St John’s” at Den of Geek. (via EW)
Your Matt Smith jones is almost over, Whovians! From the LA Times: “The Doctor and his recently recruited companion Clara Oswin Oswald will face off against some new nemeses and reconnect with familiar friends when Doctor Who returns March 30 after a three-month hiatus. BBC released details about the mid-season premiere episode ‘The Bells of St. John’ as well as a new poster for the second half of Season 7. The poster features the 11th Doctor (Matt Smith) clad in a purple smoking jacket and a gold bow tie, astride a motorcycle, with Clara (newcomer Jenna-Louise Coleman) hanging onto his waist. Surrounding images reveal glimpses of the season’s upcoming aliens, including Cybermen, Ice Warriors and a face that appears to be a Sycorax. The motorcycle appears to be racing down the side of the Shard, a 95-floor London skyscraper that was completed last year and opened to the public in February. ‘The Bells of St. John’ will be a modern, urban thriller about ‘something sinister lurking in the Wi-Fi,’ according to BBC. In the episode, penned by Doctor Who lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, the Doctor meets a new nemesis, the Spoonheads.”
The doctor and his new companion Clara Oswin Oswald met, kissed, then SPOILER ALERT! she died. Again. Is this going to be a running “bit” with her? Will she die every episode like Kenny from South Park? Also: The new, updated TARDIS debuted and it’s TERRIBLE. Cold and clinical and not at all homey. And the whole Sherlock Holmes thing felt forced. All and all, a mixed bag. What did you think? Any Whovians want to weigh in?
A dashing Matt Smith signs autographs with his new co-star Jenna-Louise Coleman outside the BBC1 studios in London. My GOD, he’s dashing. Have I mentioned how dashing he is? He is. And I think I hate her. I don’t want to. But I do. She’s no Amy, I’ll just say that and leave it alone. OMG, WHY DID AMY HAVE TO LEAVE? And RORY. I miss RORY. (Photos: Pacific Coast News)