So how can I describe the Doctor Who World Tour last night?
There was a long curving line (with plenty of cosplayers like a Weeping Angel) that a Cyberman patrolled.
There was plenty of screaming as nerdist, Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, and Steven Moffat arrived, walked the blue carpet, and said quick hellos to fans.
The line finally started to move after the 7:30 start time and everyone took their seats, made pit stops, and bought concessions and tour swag. Inside, there was a fan art slideshow and a good soundtrack of Florence and the Machine, Alabama Shakes, and other artists. And all the seats were really good … especially near the front along the far right aisle … which is where I was … which is where the panel members walked down.
As for the episode itself, it was a mix of
The Doctor has some interesting wardrobe changes and discussions.
But the overall episode and the following Q&A (which got a little fan-gasm-y) were, in a word …
We’re happy to finally announce that aside from the global television simulcast taking place on November 23, there will be special screenings of Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in the US.
Second! Additional screenings in 300 cinemas across the country on Monday November 25th.
Whether you’ll be heading to a special screening or watching in 2D at home, straighten your bow ties and grab your sonic screwdrivers as we all get ready to celebrate ‘The Day of the Doctor’!
Special thanks to my Nerdfightastic friend Cailley for nabbing a ticket for the nearest Monday night screening and putting my name on it! ^_^
Prepared to say goodbye to the Ponds. #doctorwho (Taken with Instagram)