With “Doctor Who” season 9 reportedly filming its tenth episode soon, the issue of a premiere date has become a hot topic.
But don’t worry, the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con may be able to shed some answers.
Recently it’s been confirmed that the cast of “Doctor Who” season 9 will grace Comic-Con on July 9.
Reportedly, Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman Michelle Gomez and executive producers Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin will make appearances.
“Tales of San Diego Comic-Con are told in awe on every set around the known fantasy/sci-fi production world,” said Capaldi according to Doctor Who TV.
“It’s become a fabled kingdom.
One I am thrilled to find myself heading for.
And to appear in the legendary Hall H is a further twist to the cosplay and comic madness I may never recover from.” Last year, an exclusive trailer was shown at Comic-Con in addition to other interesting spoilers.
If history is an indication, the highly anticipated event will be the earliest a premiere date will be announced for “Doctor Who” season 9.
“Even if they do show a trailer, I think they will release it to us because it’s close to August and they need to market the new series of ‘Doctor Who,” commented DWISCOOL100.
Speaking in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine, Moffat also discussed his decision to reverse the Time War in “The Day of the Doctor.” “‘The Day of the Doctor’ was a success,” said Moffat.
“Record ratings, awards, rave reviews.
By any measure, it did alright.
But two years later, I’m still haunted by the guilt.
I know some of you, including friends of mine, were upset that we reversed the outcome of the Time War.
My defense, however feeble, is that given the chance, the Doctor would do exactly that.
And it was his birthday, how could I deny him that chance? What could define him more? This man who always finds another way? And there he is, at every moment of his life, proving to himself – literally – that there is always a better path.
My heart was in the right place, at least.
But in this job you always need two!”