Thursday, June 10, 2010

Big Bang Spoilers

We are getting some details on this season's huge Doctor Who finale, The Big Bang (S5E13). If you do not care for spoilers ruining it all, we suggest that you may want to move along. Anywhoos, BBC has just released this programme press release . .

Doctor Who – The Big Bang Ep 13/13
High Definition programme
Saturday 26 June
Time to be confirmed BBC ONE and BBC HD
The Doctor is gone, the Tardis has been destroyed, and the universe is collapsing. The only hope for all reality is a little girl who still believes in stars, as this series of Doctor Who concludes with an episode written by Steven Moffat.

The Doctor is played by Matt Smith and Amy Pond by Karen Gillan.

Doctor Who is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.


Here is the synopsis of The Big Bang. This is the thirteenth episode, and second in a dramatic two-part story and the final episode of Series 5.

The cracks are meeting, and silence has fallen. The Doctor and friends face the ultimate challenge as secrets are revealed and the true power emerges. Whilst the Doctor discovers a message, Amy faces a great terror. Is this the day the Doctor falls?

And here are the rumours . . .

It is rumoured that all of the enemies confirmed by pictures to appear in 'Story notes' are beings that were absorbed by the cracks, and that somehow they have all come back through because of the Pandorica opening. This could also explain the Silurians appearing, as there was a crack near their civilization. This could mean the Weeping Angels would make an appearance due to getting absorbed by a crack, and possibly Saturnynians, although none of the existing spoilers mention either race. This theory would also explain Rory's apparent reappearance. This is further fueled by the fact that spoilers mentioned many of the enemies being in what they call the Pandorica Chamber benath Stonehenge.

The Doctor's enemies will throw him into the Pandorica, as one of the released pictures show romans pulling him to a mysterious, large mountment believed to be the entrence to the Pandorica, as a few of his enemies stand and watch him helplessly struggle to escape (its possible that as the cracks, the box need a complicated space and time event and the races want to try and prevent the boxs opening). It is also rumoured that something very bad (so bad that "silence will fall" when the Pandorica opens) is locked away in the Pandorica, and could even be the Doctor's future self if the former mentioned really happens.

1 comment:

balmpot said...

Yeah, not quite right...

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