Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Doctor Who New Tardis Interior Revealed?

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in front of the re-designed Tardis Exterior. New interior coming soon.

There's a description of the interior of the new Tardis on the Digital Spy Forum from someone who claims he has visited the new set and has taken pictures. These pictures have not yet appeared on the net but as soon as I find them, I will post them.

In the meanwhile, nothing is confirmed yet, so please take this news with a grain of salt.

Here is the description:

The set is on 2 levels, joined by a spiral staircase, but is not as big as I'd thought. It's apparently finished though sections of it seem to be missing at present. We saw the console room, a lab area, a sort of sitting room area, a fairly long section of corridor leading nowhere and numerous other little nooks and crannies. The console room reminds me of a new and shiny version of the old one, except the roundels are very simple and basic looking, simply spherical dents in the walls.

These new style roundels are featured throughout the whole set, though not on every wall. Back to the console room - mainly golds and silvers and the coral theme has been replaced with a smooth marble like finish. Also the room is not circular, it's a kind of hexagon-joined-to-a-square shape, the hexagon bit containing the console, which to me looked like the same console they've used throughout the series except with new buttons and blinky lights, though apparently it's entirely new. Your beloved hatstand was still there but no sign of the interior doors, also there was no ceiling to the set - could be that these bits are meant to be there but were missing from the set for some reason I suppose.

Apparently the whole set has been designed in a modular way, so things can be moved and double as other parts of the ship. The roundels are different colours in each area, gold for the console room, silver/grey/blue in the lab, brown in the sitting room. The roundels can be removed/swapped out or even turned around completely to be convex rather than concave, in order to become a different area

If this is real, then it will be very exciting to finally see more of the Tardis than what was previously shown (which was just the main console area and the wardrobe section). We know from the older series that the Tardis is huge and that it has many more rooms.

So there you have it. What do you think?

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