We’ll go to the supermarket every night, get a sandwich, and trot home to learn lines. Sometimes we’ll phone each other and say: ‘How’s it going? Really badly? Me too. Do you want to come over and practise?
I’m terribly fond of Karen - we’re good pals. I’ve learnt how to make her laugh during filming. I can say a word in a silly voice, and she’ll go. Karen can do it to me to. It’s that old Smith-Gillan banter - it’s become quite famous on set.
MATING CALL OF THE ARCH DUKE OF HIPSTER!
Sci-fi fantasy legend and writer of episode four, Neil Gaiman, poses with Suranne Jones and Matt Smith on set
Yeah. Let that shit sink in. ~Legend. AND MATT SMITH.
I still can’t believe it, tbh.
SWEET BABY DAVROS ON A DALEK. I should stop trying to form coherent words and phrases right now…I think my brain is burning…
So this face right here is why despite the fact that he is the youngest actor to portray the Doctor, Matt Smith’s Eleven is unquestionably the oldest incarnation of the Doctor.
That is an old man’s expression. That is a look filled with a thousand years worth of regret and pain and strength to carry on in spite of it all.
Matt Smith is incredibly gifted and we are so lucky to have him.
Matt Smith. Yes.
I like this plan. It’s exciting.