Rose (TV story) . It introduced Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor, Billie Piper as Rose Tyler, and recurring supporting cast Camille Coduri as Jackie Tyler and Noel Clarke as Mickey Smith. It is also the second- highest rated series- opener of all time, second only to Destiny of the Daleks.
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Rose is certainly the top- rating series opener when Doctor Who actually had competition from another broadcaster. It was the Doctor Who debut for almost everyone who worked on it — except for model unit supervisor. Mike Tucker, who worked as a visual effects assistant on the original series from 1.
It also introduced a new recurring element in the form of the Shadow Proclamation, contained the first reference to the Last Great Time War, and introduced elements about Rose's character that would be directly referenced in later episodes. New audiences would not have known until the series' final episode that the Doctor could regenerate, and wouldn't get their first glimpse of other Doctors until two years later, in Human Nature.
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As for the Ninth Doctor's origins, they were not fully clarified for eight years, with 2. The Day of the Doctor eventually revealing how this incarnation came to be. She gets the bus to Henrik's, the department store where she works. In the evening, as the store nears closing time, Rose is about to walk home when she is stopped by a security guard who is holding the lottery winnings for Wilson, the chief electrician. She goes to the basement in search of him, but Wilson is nowhere to be found. She enters a storage room and is disturbed to see a group of moving shop window mannequins that soon surround her and raise their arms to kill her.
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All of a sudden, a man takes hold of her hand and tells her to . Before the doors can close, one of the Autons reaches for them, but the man quickly pulls its arm off before it can do them any harm. On the way up, he informs Rose that Wilson's dead.
When they arrive at ground level, the man holds up a bomb and tells Rose that he plans to destroy a relay device to stop the Autons. He offers a quick introduction — he is the Doctor — and tells her to run for her life. Once she's at a safe distance, she watches in shock as Henrik's explodes in a huge ball of flame. Rose then flees away past a strange blue box. She returns home, and her boyfriend Mickey Smith comes in to check she's okay. He eventually leaves to watch football, and is asked to take the arm with him. He throws the plastic piece into one of the bins outside.
Walking around the house, she suddenly hears a scratching noise from the cat flap. She assumes her mother hasn't screwed it shut, and that it's a stray cat. Rose invites him in. While Rose is making the tea, he explores the room, and looks in the mirror and is stunned by the size of his ears, implying he has recently regenerated.
He peers behind the sofa, and is attacked by the arm. Rose notices the strangulation, but ignores it, thinking it a jest — that is until it lets go and flies towards her. Thankfully, the Doctor manages to deactivate the Auton arm with his sonic screwdriver, though not after much damage has occurred. He throws the piece at her, and hastily rushes out. He tells her that the living plastic is here to start a war that would overthrow and destroy the human race, so that they can claim the Earth as their own.
The Doctor then departs in a mysterious blue box in the car park, ordering her to forget about him. Rose turns away for a second; when she looks back, both he and the box are gone. She tries different keywords on search- wise. She follows a link to whoisdoctorwho. Clive. Mickey drives her to the man's house, where she is invited in by his son. Out in his shed, Clive shows her images from many points in Earth's past, including the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the sinking of the Titanic and the explosion of Krakatoa.
All the pictures he shows her feature the Doctor. He goes through the facts: . He tells her he is dangerous, and that he has only one constant companion: death. He suddenly gets distracted by a bin wheeling forwards on its own. He gets out of the car and opens the bin, expecting to see someone playing a joke. He surprisingly finds it completely empty. As he tries to close the lid, he finds that it's stuck to his hands.
The plastic merely stretches as he tries to pull away. After a few attempts at breaking free, the bin suddenly tosses him into the air and swallows him whole. They decide to go for pizza. What she doesn't realise is that her Mickey has been swapped, replaced by a shiny, plastic duplicate.. Rose is disturbed by Mickey's speech patterns, speaking as if he is somehow malfunctioning. They are interrupted twice by the offer of champagne.
Mickey finally looks up, only to find the Doctor holding the bottle. The Doctor fires the cork at Mickey's forehead, but it moulds into his plastic skull, and simply makes its way down to his mouth, where he spits it out. His hands morph into paddles, and he begins attacking all those around him. There is a brief struggle until the Doctor pulls his head off, but it simply tells him not to expect it to stop him (causing a man at the next table to scream in horror). Rose hits the fire alarm, and, while the others evacuate, the Doctor and Rose are chased out of the building by a now- headless Nestene duplicate of Mickey, who flips over tables in the process. With nowhere to go, Rose follows him inside at the last second. The second she enters, though, she rushes back outside, thinking she has just gone mad.
The inside of the box is bigger than the outside! The Doctor explains that his blue box is called the TARDIS, and that both it and he are alien. Though Rose is convinced that the headless dummy will follow them inside, the Doctor reassures her by stating that the assembled hordes of Genghis Khan couldn't get through that door.. The couple's conversation is cut short when Rose points out that the head is melting; he had hoped to use it to track down the Nestene Consciousness — the entity controlling the Autons. He still manages to follow a trace of the signal, but the head is completely melted before they can find the precise location of the Consciousness. They land somewhere nearby their destination, by the edge of the River Thames.
Rose is shocked to learn that they have moved. He figures it must be . The two run together across Westminster Bridge, and Rose quickly finds an entrance to an underground base beneath the Eye.
The Doctor tries to reason with the Nestene, but the Consciousness has two of its Autons capture him when it detects the presence of the TARDIS, which it identifies as terrifyingly superior technology. They discover a vial of anti- plastic in his pocket — which he had intended to use only as a last resort. He responds, . I couldn't save any of them!
Jackie doesn't hear, though, and continues into the Queen's Arcade mall for some late- night shopping. Much to her surprise, the shop- window dummies come to life, breaking through the windows as the bemused shoppers stare at them. Clive, who remarks that everything he read about was true, is confronted by an Auton who detaches its hand and shoots him dead in front of his wife and son.
Panic ensues as the Autons start blasting and shoppers scatter in all directions. She breaks free one of the chains on the wall with an axe, and swings down to the Autons, both freeing the Doctor and pushing the Autons, along with the anti- plastic, into the vat containing the Nestene Consciousness. The vial leaks, and the Nestene Consciousness dies in pain. A black cab goes past honking its horn, only to get its rear windscreen shattered by a bullet. Jackie takes cover behind the car, as three bride Autons crash through the window behind her. Suddenly, when they are just about to shoot her dead, the transmitter shuts down and all the Autons return to lifeless mannequins again.
Underneath the London Eye, the Nestene's base starts to collapse and explode. The Doctor, Mickey and Rose board the TARDIS and, just in time, escape a huge explosion. Jackie looks around at the chaos, as shell- shocked survivors struggle to come to terms with what has happened. Mickey however is not invited. Rose, much to his disappointment, refuses. He bids her farewell and leaves.
Rose almost instantly regrets her decision, but carries on getting a terrified Mickey back home. The Doctor emerges to tell Rose that the TARDIS can also travel in time. Without much thought, she kisses her boyfriend goodbye and runs straight into the TARDIS, to start her adventures in time and space. Holden, David Bowman, Sara Bennett, Alberto Montanes, Jennifer Herbert. Colourist - Kai van Beers. Digital Matte Painter - Alex Fort. Model Unit Supervisor - Mike Tucker.
Sound. Not every person who worked on this adventure was credited. The absence of a credit for a position doesn't necessarily mean the job wasn't required. References Edit The Doctor Edit Foods and beverages Edit Mickey offers to make Rose a cup of tea. Initially questioned by fans, the later mini- episode Time Crash would confirm this as a new .
The Autons had also appeared in Terror of the Autons, the story that introduced the Master, another new companion, and recurring UNIT character Mike Yates. All three Auton stories featured the debut appearance of an incarnation for either the Doctor or the Master. The preview version was essentially the broadcast version; however it did not contain the new credits and had the original series theme music as opposed to the new version.
In 2. 00. 5, the illegal distribution of TV series episodes via p. Rose was one of the first major TV productions to be . The rest of the season would include a teaser before the main title sequence. It also references the fact the different actors who had previously played the Doctor had, themselves, differing accents, most notably Sylvester Mc.
Coy, whose Doctor spoke with a light Scottish accent, which would crop up again when Peter Capaldi took on the role. When it arrived, however, it was far too small.
First Trailer for Horror Film Polaroid Debuts. The Weinstein Company and Dimension Films have released the first trailer for this summer’s horror film Polaroid. Horror films now more than ever are a dime a dozen, as film distributors and producers churn them out with low- budgets to make a half- decent profit.
Usually, these films are based around a singular hook or concept stretched out into a feature length film. The hook of recently release 4. Meters Down was the terror of an underwater shark attack, the upcoming Wish Upon features a possessed, Hellraiser- esque box, and Annabelle: Creation continues the story of the possessed doll from The Conjuring. The hook of Polaroid is right in the title, as seen in the first- look trailer for the film. Polaroid is similar to recent hits like Lights Out and Oculus in that it’s originally based on the 2. Lars Klevberg. The typical five or six teenagers from plenty of other horror films stumble upon an old, vintage Polaroid camera. This is no ordinary Polaroid, however, as when you take the picture and shake it out, it marks everyone in it for a grisly death.
One by one, the teens start to bite the dust as they try and stop what’s coming for them before it’s too late. The film looks similar in tone to the original Ouija film, but that would be implying that the film resembles something specific and not an amalgamation of the horror genre in general. The trailer goes through the typical horror movie motions, packed with jump scares, ominous dialogue about the camera’s treacherous backstory, and creepy music intercut with images of terror from the film.
It’ll take more of a convincing look to sell audiences on Polaroid being anything out of the ordinary for the genre. It’s also not clear if the film will be PG- 1. R based on this look, but it would be wise to expect the former. Polaroid stars a cast of relative unknowns, including Riverdale’s Madelaine Petsch, 2. Legacy and Skins. Actor Javier Botet, who has made a name for himself by playing supernatural threats like the titular Mama from that 2.
The Crooked Man from The Conjuring 2 (who is getting his own spinoff), will most likely be playing the evil antagonist here as well. The big hook in the marketing is that this is being produced by the individuals who produced The Ring and The Grudge series in the early to mid 2. The Ruins in 2. 00.
Rings). Polaroid helps close out the summer when it flashes into theaters on August 2. John Travolta gangster film The Life and Death of John Gotti and faith- based film All Saints. Source: The Weinstein Company.