Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Doctor Who team acquire Daleks from Russell T Davies and The Sun for new episode

The Doctor Who production team have acquired Daleks from Russell T Davies and The Sun for an upcoming episode of the show.

The iconic monsters are being borrowed for episode one of the new series which is written by Steven Moffat and includes every Dalek design since the 1960s.

The Sun have lent their gold model to the BBC which was originally featured in 1972's Day of the Daleks and was acquired by the tabloid in 2004.

Steven Moffat said: "We’d like to assure The Sun we take very good care of all our Daleks and see no harm comes to them during production. Except for the ones the Doctor blows up, of course."

Meanwhile, former Doctor Who producer and writer Russell T Davies has loaned his full-size Dalek model to the corporation.

Moffat's co-executive Caroline Skinner commented: "We’re collecting every Dalek known to man. It’s going to be great."

(Source: The Sun)


TS Hendrik April 11, 2012 at 12:21 AM  

If we're going to see daleks from every era, might we have some other doctors?

Vortex April 11, 2012 at 9:16 PM  

I strongly doubt it, this story is all about the Daleks. If there is a multi-Doctor story on the cards, it will happen in 2013.

TS Hendrik April 11, 2012 at 11:04 PM  

I didn't think so. I'm just waiting for that to come about.

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