In a quick press release detailing the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Schedule, the BBC have revealed that the title of the special (which will air in 3D as well as in cinemas) will be called "Day Of The Doctor". It will be 75 minutes long and the now-leaving Matt Smith commented, saying "Hope you all enjoy. There's lots more coming your way.". The special was written by Steven Moffat and stars John Hurt, David Tennant and Matt Smith as the titular role. The special also involves Daleks and Zygons as the villains. The special episode will screen in 3D in select cinemas and on the BBC.
UPDATE: The BBC have removed the article revealing the details. The link below no longer works, but these details are 100% fact. You can click HERE for a screenshot of the article.
The BBC also detailed more plans about the 50th Anniversary, including "Restored Episodes" which you can read about by clicking HERE.
Matt Smith was also seen shooting the Christmas Special today with Jenna-Louise Coleman, sporting a familiar looking wig. Click HERE
to see those photos. The Christmas special of Doctor Who
is set to once again feature Cybermen (if a stuntman's tweet is to be believed) and will showcase Matt Smith's regeneration into Peter Capaldi.
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