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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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After last week's 90-minute Season Two premier drew a total of 7.3 million viewers, AMC announced that "The Walking Dead" will return for a third season next Fall.

The current season will run 13 episodes in total, with six airing in the fall, and the rest airing in 2012 starting February 12th.

Hopefully this time the show can continue without so much drama behind the camera.

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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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In an interview with VH1, Matt Smith revealed he may be leaving "Doctor Who" as early as next year to move to Los Angeles. Nothing is officially confirmed, but he is definitely thinking about his post-doctor career.

"I've got another year of Doctor Who, but then I'm certainly going to come and give it a shot – come and hang out in LA… as you say, people like Andy [Garfield] have come over, and he's a mate of mine. I'm very proud to see him doing Spider-Man, 'cause we did a play together, and, you know, Spider-Man now. It's incredible. And he'll be brilliant, he'll be so brilliant."

Though a new Doctor is always exciting, this would be the eleventh regeneration. He's only got one more. Could the series be approaching its end?

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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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Maybe. During an interview with SFX magazine, Karl Urban seems to have revealed the name of Cumberbatch's Star Trek 2 villain.

When asked about Cumberbatch, Urban said, "He's awesome, he's a great addition, and I think his Gary Mitchell is going to be exemplary."

Yep. Gary Mitchell. For anyone who doesn't know, Gary Mitchell is a character from Star Trek's second pilot episode, "Where No Man has Gone Before." An old Starfleet Academy friend of Kirk's, Gary Mitchell became an insane psychic with god-like powers after the Enterprise tried to cross the Great Barrier at the edge of the galaxy.

Of course Urban could just be trolling us and mentioning a character that isn't even in the movie. It sounds like something J.J. Abrams would have someone do. What do you think? Would you like to see Gary Mitchell in the new movie? If not, what villain would you prefer?

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