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historical Doctor Who character ALMOST made it back for the new series

 
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MessagePosté le: Lun 10 Juil - 07:39 (2017)    Sujet du message: historical Doctor Who character ALMOST made it back for the new series Répondre en citant

Doctor Who series 10 will have seen a lot of comebacks, from monsters like the Ice Warriors, the Daleks and the Mondasian Cybermen to John Simm’s returning Master, last seen in 2010 episode The End of Time part 2.

However, series writer Mark Gatiss has revealed one familiar face wasn’t able to come back for one last hurrah – despite the actor who played the character requesting that Gatiss and series showrunner Steven Moffat give him another shot at an adventure with the Time Lord.

“We were in Morocco writing Sherlock, and throwing ideas around over meals,” Gatiss told RadioTimes.com and other journalists. “And I got a text from Ian McNeice asking, ‘Is there any chance I could come back as Winston Churchill?’”

Now, fans may remember that McNeice has appeared as UK wartime Prime Minister Churchill for a number of years since Moffat took over Doctor Who, first starring in Gatiss-scripted episode Victory of the Daleks (after a brief cameo in previous episode The Beast Below) and returning for The Pandorica Opens and 2011 story The Wedding of River Song. The actor has also reprised the role for some Doctor Who audio dramas.

Doctor Who series 10 will have seen a lot of comebacks, from monsters like the Ice Warriors, the Daleks and the Mondasian Cybermen to John Simm’s returning Master, last seen in 2010 episode The End of Time part 2.
However, series animated company video writer Mark Gatiss has revealed one familiar face wasn’t able to come back for one last hurrah – despite the actor who played the character requesting that Gatiss and series showrunner Steven Moffat give him another shot at an adventure with the Time Lord.

“We were in Morocco writing Sherlock, and throwing ideas around over meals,” Gatiss told RadioTimes.com and other journalists. “And I got a text from Ian McNeice asking, ‘Is there any chance I could come back as Winston Churchill?’”

Now, fans may remember that McNeice has appeared as UK wartime Prime Minister Churchill for a number of years since Moffat took over Doctor Who, first starring in Gatiss-scripted episode Victory of the Daleks (after a brief cameo in previous episode The Beast Below) and returning for The Pandorica Opens and 2011 story The Wedding of River Song. The actor has also reprised the role for some Doctor Who audio dramas.
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