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Karen Gillan wants to be on Inspector Spacetime

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We dropped by the Doctor Who studio in Cardiff just before The Ponds wrapped on their final episodes to talk with Karen Gillan about Community’s (NBC) Doctor Who-spoof “Inspector Spacetime”.

It turns out she’s a huge fan of both the sitcom and the show within the sitcom. #AmyMeetsAbed

Let’s do this, Tumblr (reblog and tweet with the hashtag #AmyMeetsAbed.)

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‘Being Human’ über-baddie Mark Gatiss primes Entertainment Weekly for tonight’s finale
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EW: Did you model him on a more traditional vampire?Mark Gatiss: No, Toby gave me this fantastic description. He just sent me a text that said, “Would you come and play the King Vampire?” I said yes immediately. Then, he sent me the script for episode 7, which is where we arrive right at the end, and I have that wonderful line, “Well, who’s hungry?” It said in the description that I am dark as the night and older than dirt. I loved that. Also, brilliantly, Toby said, “Let’s call him Mr. Snow,” as if he’s so impossibly old he doesn’t really have a name anymore. He forgot it a thousand years ago.

Read the entire EW interview here

‘Being Human’ über-baddie Mark Gatiss primes Entertainment Weekly for tonight’s finale

bbcamerica:

EW: Did you model him on a more traditional vampire?

Mark Gatiss: No, Toby gave me this fantastic description. He just sent me a text that said, “Would you come and play the King Vampire?” I said yes immediately. Then, he sent me the script for episode 7, which is where we arrive right at the end, and I have that wonderful line, “Well, who’s hungry?” It said in the description that I am dark as the night and older than dirt. I loved that. Also, brilliantly, Toby said, “Let’s call him Mr. Snow,” as if he’s so impossibly old he doesn’t really have a name anymore. He forgot it a thousand years ago.

Read the entire EW interview here

Alex: How did you get to do Doctor Who?
Mark: I was asked to do it. I didn’t even have to audition, they just asked me to do it. That’s probably because I was on a series called Battlestar Galactica and a series called Firefly and a series called Dollhouse which were known to the writers and producers of Doctor Who. I probably had the coolest role in Battlestar. It was the hardest, strangest role I’ve ever done.
via Doctor Who: Mark Sheppard In A Unique Interview on SFX

Alex: How did you get to do Doctor Who?

Mark: I was asked to do it. I didn’t even have to audition, they just asked me to do it. That’s probably because I was on a series called Battlestar Galactica and a series called Firefly and a series called Dollhouse which were known to the writers and producers of Doctor Who. I probably had the coolest role in Battlestar. It was the hardest, strangest role I’ve ever done.

via Doctor Who: Mark Sheppard In A Unique Interview on SFX

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