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BBC has some big news for Whovians around the world.
For the first time in the show's 50-year history, Doctor Who is going on tour.
The global jaunt will introduce Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor. Co-star Jenna Coleman and the show’s executive producer Steven Moffat will join him in 7 cities across 5 continents over 12 days for a series of media and fan events.
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We're embarrassed to admit that the opening of the new Doctor Who Experience Exhibit in Cardiff, Wales completely flew under our geeky radar...until now.
The exhibit has been bringing fans on an interactive journey through time and space since it opened up back in July. According to the website, visitors "step though a crack in time and help the Doctor, armed with his Sonic Screwdriver to escape from his foes, fly the TARDIS and come face-to-face with some of the scariest monsters seen on screen including Daleks, Cybermen and Sontarans."
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Star Trek fans will get a chance to spend ten days exploring some of the sites made famous by the TV series and movies with fellow Trekkies this summer.
Geek Nation Tours (yes, there is a tour company specializing in geek-related itineraries) has teamed up with Star Trek author, historian, consultant and producer, Larry Nemecek for “Exploring Trek Sites: Hollywood to Vegas With Larry Nemecek.”
A new museum exhibition opening next year will bring the magic of Pandora to Seattle. Avatar: The Exhibition, which features artifacts, props and costumes from the blockbuster movie, will debut at Seattle's Science Fiction Museum on June 4, 2011 and will run through September 3, 2012.
According to Avatar director James Cameron, "Fans will be able to see in-person the workmanship behind the film, whether it's how scenes are captured; or how a Na'vi costume was built first as a real world garment then produced digitally."