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Administrator - Posted on 19 March 2010
The latest promo trailer for Doctor Who, the new series starting Saturday 3 April 2010 on BBC One.
I wish it was longer than 30 seconds, but it's OK, we will be getting an hour's worth in just a couple weeks when the Eleventh Hour debuts on the 3rd of April.
Slightly disappointed to see a Pete's world Cyberman in it. I was hoping we might see some from our world again.
The Cyberman I mentioned in my previous comment upon further inspection seems like he is not all there. That is, he looks to be pretty beat up with half its head tubing missing, and possibly even an arm as well.
It still looks like it has the "C" on the chest though, so I am going to assume it is a Pete's world Cyberman.
Just watched the trailer in slow motion, and that cyberman's arm is definitely missing.
This one is much better than the 3-D one from a few weeks ago. I am so excited for Easter!Weeping Angels FTW!
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Did that Dalek have the Union Jack under its eyestalk???
WHAT? SPEAK UP! WHAT'S HE SAYING? This show seems retarded already.
Here is a 30 second clip from The Eleventh Hour: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTcUjehUF_c&feature=player_embedded
I don't know how to embed, because I'm too lazy to figure it out. Anybody want to do it for me?
There you go (this was the same clip that was in the Matt Smith BBC interview the other day, so I didn't post it on its own) - Admin:
...doesn't have anyone talking over it though. Thank you for doing my job for me! :)
I was sick of Pete's Cybermen in The Next Doctor, and was really hoping we'd be rid of them by now. I can certainly understand the BBC's reluctance in paying for a whole new set of Cybermen costumes, but is that even necessary? They don't need to be totally redone. All they really need is a redesigned head, and something to glue over that bloody C on their chests. Baring that, I'm going to hold out hope that Steven is introducing some excuse or other that explains why the proper Cybermen look so much like Pete's.
Yes, that is indeed a Union Jack under that Dalek's eyestalk, and that appears to be WWII era London in the background. Can't help but expect to see a little kid in a gas mask wandering through the background at some point.
Steven sure is jamming alot of familiar stuff into his first series. Daleks, Cybermen, Weeping Angels and Silurians (although they appear to have just the two eyes now).
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