Monday, April 8, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: 50th Anniversary filming report


Earlier today in London, filming took place on the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special and Blogtor popped by to take some pics - click on them for bigger versions. The scene was filmed at the Tower of London and featured Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara) and Jemma Redgrave (returning character Kate Stewart). Actress Ingrid Oliver is also starring in the episode, though I didn't spot her on set.


During the scene, featuring Jenna-Louise Coleman and Jemma Redgrave in the car pictured, Clara could be heard to ask, "What about the Doctor?" whilst Kate Stewart could be seen mentioning, "the Unified Intelligence Task force".


Later the filming moved to Tower Bridge, where they shot scenes in front of the Tower of London and panning shots of the London skyline. Pictures you can see producer Marcus Wilson, production designer Michael Pickwoad and director Nick Hurran.

6 comments:

John Candy said...

Can't wait! I hope it's around 90 mins long!

Mister said...

John Candy, I believe Moffat said it was 60 minutes. Shame, really.

Nice pics and all, but the important question is: what about McGann? :P

Jeff said...

Any word on who Ingrid Oliver will be playing? So far it seems we have the 11th Doctor, the 10th Doctor, Clara, Rose, Queen Elizabeth I, Kate Stewart, and the Zygons. Just kind of trying to keep a tally on who's "in" so far...

Anonymous said...

What about River Song, a.k.a. the Doctor's WIFE?

Anonymous said...

@Mister: "What about McGann?"

McGann is in Australia right now, along with Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy. Do the math.

Kristina said...

Is it just me or does the Range Rover remind you of "Torchwood"?