Click the gif to watch night three of The Hobbit Week on The Colbert Report as Stephen sits down with Andy “Gollum” Serkis. And be sure to tune in tonight at 11:30/10:30c for the exciting conclusion with director Peter Jackson.
This was such an amusing and unexpected moment. Along with Stephen and Andy’s secret handshake.
BBC America presents the U.S. premiere screening of Doctor Who “Asylum of the Daleks” August 25, 2012 in New York City
BBC AMERICA is proud to present the U.S. premiere screening of the new season of DOCTOR WHO Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 6:00pm in New York City. The screening will be immediately followed by a live Q&A with stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and executive producer Caroline Skinner.
Don’t miss your chance to be among the first to see “ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS,” the season premiere of the all-new series, before the premiere on BBC AMERICA’S Supernatural Saturday, coming this Fall.
Tickets cost 11¢ (with a $1 surcharge) in honor of the Eleventh Doctor.
We will announce the venue and ticket information tomorrow afternoon. Tickets go on sale TOMORROW Thursday, August 16 and will be made available exclusively through a link shared by the @BBCAmerica Twitter handle. Tickets will sell out fast so follow @BBCAmerica to be informed of the link as soon as it goes live!
I’ve been consuming a good deal (re: lots) of British television over the last few months, not counting the previous mountain of Doctor Who episodes and series 1 of Sherlock, among other things. Let’s run down the list … Jekyll, Sherlock (series 2), Downton Abbey (series 1), Game of Thrones (seasons 1 and 2 … and I know, not British television as it airs on HBO, but a UK cast, etc.), The Fades (series 1), Whitechapel (series 1), and Bedlam (series 1). I’m working on series 1 of The Hour and starting series 1 of Luther. And I have to finish up series 2 of Downton Abbey.
Mind you, I’m not counting films (with British Isle actors and accents) like Brave, Inglorious Basterds, Prometheus, Tintin, Dark Shadows, Chaplin, or the Bond films … among other things. I just might have an inner British accent that alternates between Tennant, Scottish, etc. … I’ll go back to watching Iron Man and scripting the You Only Live Twice review that I NEED to film and edit tomorrow.