Im­age Bank


Be­hold, the Eighth Won­der of the World! The panda vil­lage from Kung Fu Panda 3, where Po’s long- lost bi­o­log­i­cal fa­ther Li and the rest of his

cud­dly kind re­side, was cre­ated in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Shang­hai- based stu­dio Ori­en­tal DreamWorks. “They re­searched ev­ery mean­ing be­hind the sym­bols, which was in­cred­i­bly help­ful in our quest to achieve au­then­tic­ity,” says co- di­rec­tor Jen­nifer Yuh Nel­son. Kung Fu Panda 3 is re­leased on

18 March 2016.

On 23 Septem­ber the Prop Store are auc­tion­ing off film and TV mem­o­ra­bilia worth more than £ 1 mil­lion. Items up for grabs in­clude Leonard Ni­moy’s Spock cos­tume ( ex­pected to fetch £ 50- 70k) and a Stormtrooper hel­met (£ 40- 60k). It

takes place at the BFI IMAX Waterloo, with a free ex­hi­bi­tion of the auc­tion items from now un­til 23 Septem­ber.

www. prop­store. com

Ever won­dered what Satur­day teatimes might have looked like if Ge­of­frey Bayl­don had played the First Doc­tor? Or if Richard Grif­fiths had in­her­ited the TARDIS from Tom Baker? Well give your imag­i­na­tion a break be­cause Vworp Vworp!

fanzine de­signer Colin Brock­hurst has brought a se­lec­tion of near- miss cast­ings to life with Chang­ing The Face Of Doc­tor Who. Pic­tured is the 1 Jan­uary 1970 cover of Ra­dio Times pub­li­cis­ing Ron Moody’s “de­but” as the Third Doc­tor. There’s

plenty more par­al­lel uni­verse ephemera to be found at http://

bit. ly/ chang­ing­who.

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