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Sad news Matt has accounced he will be leaving Doctor Who after the Christmas episode.
“Doctor Who has been the most brilliant experience for me as an actor and a bloke, and that largely is down to the cast, crew and fans of the show. I’m incredibly grateful to all the cast and crew who work tirelessly every day, to realise all the elements of the show and deliver Doctor Who to the audience. Many of them have become good friends and I’m incredibly proud of what we have achieved over the last four years.
Having Steven Moffat as show runner write such varied, funny, mind bending and brilliant scripts has been one of the greatest and most rewarding challenges of my career. It’s been a privilege and a treat to work with Steven, he’s a good friend and will continue to shape a brilliant world for the Doctor. The fans of Doctor Who around the world are unlike any other; they dress up, shout louder, know more about the history of the show (and speculate more about the future of the show) in a way that I’ve never seen before, your dedication is truly remarkable. Thank you so very much for supporting my incarnation of the Time Lord, number Eleven, who I might add is not done yet, I’m back for the 50th anniversary and the Christmas special! It’s been an honour to play this part, to follow the legacy of brilliant actors, and helm the TARDIS for a spell with ‘the ginger, the nose and the impossible one’. But when ya gotta go, ya gotta go and Trenzalore calls. Thank you guys. Matt.”
Cargese – the title refers, somewhat bizarrely, to the password for Stephen’s brother’s computer, which he stole to give to Carl as a goodbye present – was a brave and surprising choice of debut for Smith. He carried it off with aplomb, shooting some startlingly beautiful scenes in an ethereally snowy London.
Cargese was on tonight and on repeat over next couple of days Sky Arts more info
Well, they’re probably projects that we’d all like to act in,” concedes Smith. “It wasn’t a conscious choice. I just wanted to work with Simon, who’s a brilliant writer, and that’s the tone of his work. But I like that type of filmmaking. I loved Tyrannosaur. I loved Shame. I like big, square, flat, wide frames and I think, doing the day job I do, it’s just a different emotional context to explore; you can film it in a different way to Doctor Who.
“The script that Simon and me worked on happened to be quite a bleak one, but hopefully there are moments when you find something in the character… I wanted there to be a magic about Stephen; somehow you’ve got to fall in love with a boy that murders someone innocent.
“I think I’ll direct a lot of things in that vein,” he adds. “I’d like to direct a science-fiction film, too. Kubrick’s the man to follow: a film in every genre.”
After emerging victorious from the Oliviers with a whopping seven awards, the team behind the stage version of ‘The Curious Incident…’ have announced they will be hosting a star-studded gala night in aid of autism charities Ambitious about Autism and The National Autistic Society.
Not just any gala: playwright Simon Stephens, author of the original book Mark Haddon, and star of the show Luke Treadaway have joined forces to create a new detective story for Treadaway’s character Christopher Boone that’ll receive a one off performance on July 1. AND THAT’S NOT ALL. Ben Whishaw will be starring with Matt Smith and Helen Mirren in an exclusive film shown as part of the new story. Meanwhile Bat for Lashes will be performing and Simon Amstell entertaining. There will be so many famous people in the room, your eyes might just fall out. Tickets for the night at the Apollo theatre in the West End range from top price (£500 – complete with champagne, darling) to a very reasonable £25.
“I’m on a break for a couple of months while I’m in Detroit making How To Catch A Monster [he plays the lead role in Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut],” explains Matt, who’s played the eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord since 2010.
“We come back and shoot the Christmas special over the summer, then we go on to the next series, which will either start filming at the end of this year or at the start of 2014.”
“People are always going to ask because they care about the show,” says Matt, who admits he’d love to direct an episode of Doctor Who.
“But I take it year by year. And this year is going to be the biggest one in the show’s history.”
Matt admits “the aim” is to make Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary even bigger than the celebrations for James Bond’s half-century last year.