HBO’s WESTWORLD has one of my favorite opening credits of any show out there (which is not unusual for the cabler), and while the series sadly will not return until 2018, a creator on YouTube mocked up an opening credits sequence for the science-fiction show as it might have looked if the original 1973 movie had become a broadcast TV series in the early 1980s.
From the electronic score to the wireframe animation, this fan video is right on target!
A Whovian calling himself “John Smith” has created a very impressive fan video depicting a brand-new vision of DOCTOR WHO’s TARDIS dematerializing and taking off. Check it out!
Yes, instead of the TARDIS simply fading from view, the world around it disappears and merges with the Time Vortex, and when the capsule rematerializes, the new location appears around it, rather than the TARDIS fading into view. A masterful inversion!
DOCTOR WHO and SHERLOCK executive producer Steven Moffat recently admitted that he would love for his two series to do a cross-over story – but also that it is unlikely to happen because he’s the only one who wants it to happen.
Look I’m going to come clean on this: I would. Go speak to Benedict Cumberbatch [Sherlock], Martin Freeman [Watson], [and producers] Mark Gatiss and Sue Vertue, okay? They’re all in the way. I’m not the killjoy, it’s that lot. It’s probably not going to happen.
This is just so… so… I can’t even.
The Doctor’s magickal girl transformation? Cybermen as Putties? A Dalek with legs? And that sonic screwsword?