99% Peter Capaldi. 1% random stuff
Coleman is actually quoted saying 'inaccessible' in the article.
Thanks - seems the copy editor has been at work. I have no doubt that’s what Jenna said.
"With Matt’s Doctor [Clara] felt quite safe, really. She knew she’d be caught if she was in danger, but this guy is a lot less human-friendly and a lot less patient. He’s more removed and accessible. You can’t quite access him in the same way."
Jenna Coleman on the new Doctor - think she probably means inaccessible but there.
"Doctor Who was a part of being a kid in the ’60s with The Beatles and Sunday Night At The London Palladium and smog and bronchitis and all that stuff. I think it’s part of my DNA"
How Doctor Who fits into Peter’s life. As always Peter makes growing up in the 60s sound very exciting, or maybe not.
"He’s more alien than he’s been for a while. He doesn’t quite understand human beings or really care very much about their approval."
"It can become a kind of franchise where it’s not a real character at all but just an amalgam of elements that people think are Doctor Who: a scarf, a bow tie… I wanted to be the actual Doctor Who."
Peter telling Empire magazine why he wanted to strip things back for his take on the Doctor.
But see, they never said anything about flirting with Danny Pink, ha...
Yes, there are no bars to the Doink ship.
"There was never any intention for a Doctor and Clara romance. It was a shared intention of Steven and Peter not to have a romance."
Bless Peter’s big Sunday Times interview has resulted in a ‘clarification’ from an unnamed Doctor Who insider to make us sure that the no romance thing wasn’t a point of conflict between Peter and Steven Moffat.
The joys of being charged with ‘fixing’ stuff after media interviews.