Oddly enough, he has been in Doctor Who before, back in The Fires of Pompeii, as the merchant Caecilius.
It is also interesting to note after going with young Doctors, they are reverting back to an older Doctor.
I saw the following video yesterday, a mash up of two of my favourite shows – Castle and Firefly. (Both, oddly, starring Nathan Fillion.)
It takes the theme and style of Firefly and uses the cast of Castle. And its great.
With one week before Doctor Who starts up again, a short prequel to the first episode, The Bells of Saint John, has been released.
March 30 sees the return of The Doctor, with the second half of the current season of Doctor Who
To whet our appetites, a new trailer has been released.
For those who have watched Doctor Who, you have no doubt noted the strange language on display in the TARDIS, comprised of various circles interlocked together, the language of Gallifrey and the Time Lords.
The language was never actually formalised by the BBC. Instead it has been nutted out by a teenager from the US by name of Loren Sherman. Not only does he have a guide to it but also a site where you can download a translator app to take a lot of the hardship out for you.
Of course, if you want to try for yourself, you could go to the wiki entry and work your way through that. After looking at it, it is amazing the Time Lords ever wrote anything done.
My name turns out looking like this.
For something a little more complex, here is the opening sentence of The Hobbit.