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article imageDeep Breath: Cinema release for Doctor Who season premiere

By Mathew Wace Peck     Jul 25, 2014 in Entertainment
Peter Capaldi’s feature-length Doctor Who debut adventure is to be shown in cinemas around the world, it has been announced.
Following on from the success of last year’s 50th-anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor, which was released in a total of 1,500 cinemas in several countries, BBC Worldwide has made plans to repeat the exercise.
Deep Breath sees the Doctor and Clara return to Victorian London, where they team up with their old friends the Paternoster Gang: Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh), Jenny Flint (Catrin Stewart) and Commander Strax (Dan Starkey), who have all appeared in several episodes of Doctor Who over the last four years.
Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh), Commander Strax (Dan Starkey) and Jenny Flint (Catrin Stewart).
The cinema screenings will take place on Saturday, August 23, the day the television premiere of Deep Breath is due to be broadcast in several countries, including Canada, Germany, the UK and US.
The eyes have it: The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is looking at you!
The eyes have it: The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is looking at you!
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Earlier this month, it was announced that public screenings of the first episode are to take place on Thursday, August 7, first at St David’s Hall in Cardiff, then at the BFI in London — the screenings heralding the start of the first-ever Doctor Who World Tour, which, as well as the two United Kingdom capital cities, will take in Seoul in South Korea, Sydney in Australia, New York in the USA, Mexico’s Mexico City and, finally, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Full details of the general world-wide cinema screenings, meanwhile, will be announced shortly.
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