The first episode of "Doctor Who" aired 48 years ago today. "An Unearthly Child" introduced William Hartnell as the First Doctor, and Susan Foreman and William Russell as Barbara and Ian, his first companions.
We're celebrating TARDIS Day with every "Doctor Who" theme from 1963 to the one we know and love today. If you have any of the old Hartnell episodes lying around, this is the perfect excuse to break them out and give them a watch. Happy TARDIS Day!
The rumors can end, it's not Bryan Cranston. Instead Jesse Eisenberg from The Social Network and Zombieland is joining Zack Snyder's cast as Superman arch-villain Lex Luthor. He seems a little young, small and not bald to play the part, but then again I never thought Gene Hackman could do it either.
Rounding out the casting news, veteran actor, Jeremy Irons (from everything ever made) has been cast as Bruce Wayne's stalwart butler, Alfred. This is much less shocking and pretty alright in my book.
"The Event," like "Terra Nova," had some problems initially. It was criticized for teasing its audience too much, and withholding answers for too long. Some complained that keeping up with the story each week took too much effort. Still, it did gain a small following of fans who enjoyed the mysteries introduced every week.
But was it a better series than "Terra Nova?" Or are you just a sucker for anything with aliens in it? Share this post on Facebook, or leave a comment, to vote for "The Eve