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Steven Moffat succeeded Russell T Davies as executive producer and head writer. Moffat was originally looking to cast a middle-aged actor,  but he and Wenger went with the year-old Smith in what they considered an easy decision.
Only after Gillan was cast was Amy made Scottish. Though Gillan recommended Blackwood, the young actor first had to undergo rigorous auditions,  lacking any formal acting experience. Wadia speculated that she was cast because she had worked with Adam Smith before. He's barely out of the box when he realises: I haven't changed my shirt yet and I've got 20 minutes to save the world.
It's like trying to save the world with flu.
And he does it with two minutes to spare. He ultimately decided on England, in keeping with the notion of Amelia as an unconventional girl. Willis stated that he "finally clicks into place" after picking out his new outfit.
Moffat felt that he did not really have a formal introduction, and that more could be made of the costume, as many previous Doctors had picked theirs out quietly. Moffat felt that over time the relationships between the Doctor and his companions had become too adult.
He wanted to create a childlike relationship like that between Peter Pan and Wendyrather than boyfriend and girlfriend. He believed this was the kind of relationship viewers had with the Doctor, regardless of their age.
Moffat explains that she developed a tough element and had become distrustful and cynical due to him not returning as promised, forcing her to accept that he was an imaginary friend. Rory was completely in love with Amy, but Amy wanted adventures before admitting she loved him, too. Moffat described Rory as someone who had grown up in the shadow of Amy's imaginary Doctor.
Moffat thought it would be funny if they showed him hanging out of the TARDIS and nearly crashing into London, which would start an episode set in a small town in a big way. Milne 's The House at Pooh Cornerwhere Tigger claims to like everything, but then proceeds to reject all food offered to him until he finally finds that he likes extract of malt.
Moffat's variant had the newly regenerated Doctor reject a variety of foods, with the exception of fish fingers with custardoffered to him by the young Amy. The read-through for the episode took place in September The plan was to retain traces of Smith's predecessor, but the executive producers wanted Smith to be "stranger".
The goal was to make it more "cinematic" and magical, and Smith took inspiration from E. Smith stated that the scene was hard to visualise as it relied heavily on computer-generated images. The primarily music-led sequence was produced by Nikki Wilsonwho receives a "special thanks" credit.
It is actually Smith in footage intended for the finale, " The Big Bang ", but when it did not fit into that episode it was recycled here. The previous scene was then cut and the apple scene returned.
Adam Smith based the style of the confrontation on a Western film. Special effects head Danny Hargreaves then used a remote control to activate the device. Within one week of broadcast, "The Eleventh Hour" received 1. There was no room for the accompanying Doctor Who Confidential due to the hour-long running time, but ABC holds the rights and has made it available on iView.
The Mail on Sunday reviewer Sinclair McKay called "The Eleventh Hour" a "deft first episode" that was "packed with one-liners and an even more fantastical feel than of late. But it had that old reassuring combination of intense Britishness, quirkiness and a sense of the macabre".
He also praised Gillan's "winning" performance and Smith's adaption to the role, concluding, "Smith might turn out to be one of the best Time Lords of the lot".
He also said that Gillan " per cent nailed it". Though he compared Prisoner Zero's low-budget CGI makeup to a "draught excluder", he said that Moffat "turned a weakness into a strength" by having Prisoner Zero take the form of humans.
Though he praised Smith, he commented he was "still not feeling" the "Geronimo! He also praised Moffat's script for "[offering] funny lines However, he thought the downside to the episode were the "slightly poor effects" and "somewhat lightweight story", and while he called the new title sequence "absolutely beautiful", he was unsure of the new variation of the theme tune.
Club reviewer Keith Phipps gave the episode an A- explaining that he liked Smith "a lot" but was not sure if the Eleventh Doctor was separate enough from the Tenth yet.
He called Gillan "instantly winning" and that the story was "no exception" from Moffat's typical "exceptionally strong narratives, keen sense of character, and efficient plotting". Though she felt the series was in good hands with Smith and Gillan, she derided the Atraxi for being "alarmingly static and ultimately uninteresting" and the story's "little substance".
However, he thought the "calamity plot" was the "weakest link in an otherwise superb opening episode" and the "whole bunch of disparate elements Though he said it was not perfect with "a saggy midsection and slightly naff CGI effects", he thought it was still "wondrous in so many ways".Year 4 Play scripts KS2 weeks This website and its content is subject to our Terms and Conditions.4/4(5).
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