Anonymous asked: Hunan tasty? I don't understand..

Without my glasses it liked like “human tasty” and u was momentarily confused. :p

IT HAPPENED!! 
I’m so happy right now! He’s amazing!! Dana Carvey was hilarious. And Craig was of course perfection and the boy can wear a suit and ughhhhhh.

IT HAPPENED!!
I’m so happy right now! He’s amazing!! Dana Carvey was hilarious. And Craig was of course perfection and the boy can wear a suit and ughhhhhh.

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman in Entertainment Weekly portraits [x]

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itskindofablur:

companionsofthedoctor:

Doctor Who on this week’s Entertainment Weekly cover ~
Doctor Who is once again featured on the cover of one of America’s biggest publications, Entertainment Weekly, which also has a feature story on the programme including interviews with incoming Doctor Peter Capaldi, co-star Jenna Coleman and showrunner Steven Moffat.

Does this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly defy the laws of physics by being bigger on the inside than it would appear from looking at its exterior? Fans of the British science fiction show Doctor Who may well think so. For this week’s cover story, senior writer Clark Collis travels to the UK to meet with Peter Capaldi, the new star of the now 51-year-old time travel saga, and to find out what fans can expect from the forthcoming season of Doctor Who, which premieres on BBC America on Aug. 23. “He’s more alien than we’ve seen him for a while,” says the actor, speaking about his version of the eccentric Time Lord. “He is less patient with the foibles of human beings.”
Thankfully, the whole Who team were patient with EW‘s probing about the new, hush-hush season. In addition to Capaldi, Collis also spoke with the actor’s costar Jenna Coleman and showrunner Steven Moffat who tackled such burning as questions as “Will Capaldi’s previous appearances in the Who universe be referenced this season?” and “What will happen in the two-part finale?” Collis even got to drive the Doctor’s bigger-on-the-inside time- and space-ship the TARDIS and did so without busting anything which, according to production designer Michael Pickwoad, makes him a more careful temporal navigator than previous Who star Matt Smith (“He was very good at breaking things”). We also persuade Capaldi to talk about the old monsters he’d like his Doctor to face and offer a sartorial breakdown of the Time Lord’s many looks through the show’s half-century history. Never seen Doctor Who (and feel a bid daunted by that history)? Then feel free to peruse our guide to how you can get into Who.

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly hits newsstands Friday August 1st.
(via EW.com)

I WANT IT

itskindofablur:

companionsofthedoctor:

Doctor Who on this week’s Entertainment Weekly cover ~

Doctor Who is once again featured on the cover of one of America’s biggest publications, Entertainment Weekly, which also has a feature story on the programme including interviews with incoming Doctor Peter Capaldi, co-star Jenna Coleman and showrunner Steven Moffat.

Does this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly defy the laws of physics by being bigger on the inside than it would appear from looking at its exterior? Fans of the British science fiction show Doctor Who may well think so. For this week’s cover story, senior writer Clark Collis travels to the UK to meet with Peter Capaldi, the new star of the now 51-year-old time travel saga, and to find out what fans can expect from the forthcoming season of Doctor Who, which premieres on BBC America on Aug. 23. “He’s more alien than we’ve seen him for a while,” says the actor, speaking about his version of the eccentric Time Lord. “He is less patient with the foibles of human beings.”

Thankfully, the whole Who team were patient with EW‘s probing about the new, hush-hush season. In addition to Capaldi, Collis also spoke with the actor’s costar Jenna Coleman and showrunner Steven Moffat who tackled such burning as questions as “Will Capaldi’s previous appearances in the Who universe be referenced this season?” and “What will happen in the two-part finale?” Collis even got to drive the Doctor’s bigger-on-the-inside time- and space-ship the TARDIS and did so without busting anything which, according to production designer Michael Pickwoad, makes him a more careful temporal navigator than previous Who star Matt Smith (“He was very good at breaking things”). We also persuade Capaldi to talk about the old monsters he’d like his Doctor to face and offer a sartorial breakdown of the Time Lord’s many looks through the show’s half-century history. Never seen Doctor Who (and feel a bid daunted by that history)? Then feel free to peruse our guide to how you can get into Who.

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly hits newsstands Friday August 1st.

(via EW.com)

I WANT IT

itskindofablur:

otterdarc:

Twelve’s chalk thing! 83[x]

So cute!

itskindofablur:

otterdarc:

Twelve’s chalk thing! 83
[x]

So cute!

IT’S HAPPENING!

IT’S HAPPENING!

I did not have my glasses on and this sign gave me a slight heart attack at first.

I did not have my glasses on and this sign gave me a slight heart attack at first.

googlebus:

yes-i-am-lucifer:

You just know nobody is reblogging this for the dog

how dare you 

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johnthemod1:

conductoroftardislight:

Remember how when Capaldi was chosen as the twelfth doctor everyone had this feeble hope that he would bring Doctor Who back to what it was because he was a film director and not the mysoginistic Moffat kind

AND THEN WE HEAR THAT HE’S REFUSING TO FLIRT WITH CLARA AND IS GOING TO BRING “a bit more gravity” BACK TO DOCTOR WHO AND "I didn’t want to be Doctor Who in a Doctor Who I didn’t like,"

GUYS

I am punching the air right now.