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"[At the Doctor Who Convention], Arthur Darvill revealed that he was the first of the cast to work out the identity of River Song. Alex Kingston had already been told, but was sworn to secrecy by Steven Moffat. When he figured it out, he asked Alex if it was true, and she just looked deep into his eyes and said ‘hello Dad.’"
"Having a real baby there really really helped because you look at it and you’re like, ‘That is an actual baby,’ and I’ve never really held babies before. I held one about six months ago and I was rubbish with it. I had it in my lap and it was just kind of slipping down and I was, ‘Right, I think you should take this away from me.’ So I was quite nervous … but they were twins, they had a spare, in case … if anything did happen, I think, if we’d have dropped one, there was another one as back-up. That’s how it works, right?"
Arthur Darvill on filming A Good Man Goes to War (via haligraphy)
Was it weird having fans show up where you were filming on location? | #DWLineCon
Arthur Darvill: ”Well, with the nature of the secrecy and everything [the fans] weren’t allowed to watch anything, obviously, because it’s quite sensitive stuff. So they’d turn up to watch us walking around.”
This video also features questions about who knows the most about the plot in advance.
The cast came by a little before 10 a.m. to hand out donuts! There was a certain understandable level of mayhem (I went from being horizontal and asleep to taking these pictures in about 20 seconds) so the pictures are kind of fuzzy. Think of it as a Where’s Waldo of the Doctor Who cast…