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Steven Moffat announced that, while we will see Amy and Rory during the upcoming seventh season, their story will come to a "heartbreaking end." Matt Smith says he will miss Arthur Darvill and Karen Gillan, but "the great thing about 'Doctor Who' is its ability to change."

Moffat says the doctor will be getting a new companion, but is giving no details about "he, she or it."

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The actor who played Klingon Leader and Diploma, Kang through three different Star Trek shows died last Wednesday. Michael Asnsara, a Syrian born actor who moved to the United States at age 2, started attending college in Los Angeles to become a doctor before finding his passion. He starred as Cochise in 'Broken Arrow' from 1956-1958, and was once married to 'I Dream of Jeannie" star Barbara Eden.

Ansara had an illustrious career as a character actor on the small and silver screens. He leaves behind his wife of 36 years, Beverly. Us Trekkies, will remember him always as Kang, the Klingon Captain who worked with Kirk to avoid violence in 'Day of the Dove'.

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Yes, that is The Doctor riding a horse. It seems the seventh season of "Doctor Who" will take Amy, Rory, and The Doctor to the old west.

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Current "Doctor Who" showrunner Steven Moffat put to rest rumors of a "Doctor Who" reboot with a new actor. He tweeted:

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The surviving members of Monty Python, along with Robin Williams, have a new project in the works: a sci-fi comedy called "Absolutely Anything."

The Pythons will voice a group of aliens who give an earthling the power to do "absolutely anything." Their reason? To see how much trouble he causes. What can I say, aliens are jerks. There is also a talking dog, voiced by Robin Williams. Of course there is. Still, I'll see almost anything with Monty Python attached to it. Even if director Terry Jones says it's not explicitly a "Monty Python" film.

"It's not a Monty Python picture, but it certainly has that sensibility," he said. That's good enough for me.

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Producer Rick McCallum talks about the challenges involved in making a "Star Wars" live action TV show. There's some good details revealed here. They have over 50 scripts completed, each an hour long. The show will take place between episodes three and four. The working title they have right now is "Star Wars: Underworld." Hopefully by the time they're able to actually produce the show, they'll have come up with something less generic.

Are you looking forward to this being on television in the next couple years? Or do you think this will turn out like the prequels?

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