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  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
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    Just a nice shot of Tennant's new costume, shooting right now in Bristol.

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    I've been rewatching series 5 (2010) these last few days, and just watched episode 6: Vampires Of Venice.

    Seeing that clip reminds me of how exciting it was that Moffat embraced overseas filming a lot more.

    Spain, Utah, Croatia, New York, New Mexico etc...

    It really did help the show feel bigger and more expansive and while I do have my problems with Chibnall, him continuing that practice is not one of them.

    And unlike most of the classic series, where they usually had the foreign location just playing itself, they were smart enough to have them double as historical locations and alien worlds for multiple stories.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    edited June 15 Posts: 10,720

    And unlike most of the classic series, where they usually had the foreign location just playing itself, they were smart enough to have them double as historical locations and alien worlds for multiple stories.

    Although Planet of Fire was a notable exception, where they went to Lanzarote (which looked amazing) but had it play both an alien world and Lanzarote in the same story, which just made the alien world look like... Lanzarote :)
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    INCLUDES
    • Episodes 1-6 (Animated Black & White)
    • Episodes 1-6 (Animated Colour)
    • Restored Surviving Original Episode 2
    • Photographic Reconstructions of Episodes 1, 3, 4, 5 & 6
    • Making-of Documentary
    • Audio Commentaries
    • 8mm Home Movie Footage
    • Archive interview with writer Mervyn Haisman
    • Photo Gallery
    • Teaser Trailer
    • PDF ROM Content

    Out on september 5th, if all goes well.
  • MajorDSmytheMajorDSmythe JenaMaloneforBond.comModerator
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    About time. I was starting to think that it had been cancelled.
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