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Straight from the BBC, here's the first pic of a dapper Eleventh Doctor alongside his new companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman.
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We caught up with Matt Smith who told us, "It [filming on the new series] is going well. Jenna brings a really different energy to the show—one which I think is very interesting." Shooting is well-underway for the Doctor's latest adventures and the second read-through featuring Jenna-Louise Coleman as the new companion took place earlier this week at the BBC's Roath Lock Studios.
Is this stylish new outfit a permanent costume change for our beloved Doctor? Should it be?
Doctor Who returns this fall.
Showrunner Steven Moffat has said that the identity of Coleman's character will be "one of the biggest mysteries the Time Lord ever encounters," and all we know thus far is that she can talk circles around the Doctor.
That unusual sweater has to be some kind of clue, though, doesn't it?
Coleman will make her Doctor Who debut in this year's Christmas Special.
Although he met "a lot of wonderful actresses," during the casting process, Smith said, "I think Jenna responded to Steven [Moffat]'s writing in the most interesting way. We're very excited to welcome her to the Doctor Who family."
Details about Coleman's character are being kept under wraps until she makes her debut in this season's Doctor Who Christmas Special, but showrunner Steven Moffat has said she'll be the rare person who talk even faster than the Doctor.
"When we saw Matt and Jenna together, we knew we had our girl," Moffat said, "She's funny and clever and exactly mad enough to step on board the Tardis."
The wait to meet the Doctor's new companion is almost over. The BBC has announced that Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat will hold a press conference tomorrow to introduce the person who will be taking Amy and Rory's place after their exit from the show.
Mark Jeffers of the Daily Mirror says he heard from a source at the BBC that the new companion will be female, and will be "pretty" but "not a household name."
If that's true, it rules out rumored new companion Miranda Hart, whose starring role in the popular BBC comedy series Miranda qualifies her as a "household name" but leaves previous Doctor Who guest star Sophia Myles (Underworld) in the running.
Bleeding Cool reports that the latest hot rumors point to Aisling Loftus, who is currently appearing in Death of a Superhero with Andy Serkis.
Although the next series of Doctor Who won't air until the fall, the early announcement seems to have come about because the new companion is about to appear on set, and the information would get out one way or another.