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User avatar #75 to #45 - metalife (12/29/2013) [-]
Is that a thick of it joke?
User avatar #21 to #2 - RyanTheLeet (12/28/2013) [-]
For everyone who has not seen the Time of the Doctor yet, this is NOT the entire regeneration scene. 11's was the largest, loudest, longest, and most dramatic out of the regenerations in New Who. Matt went out in a bang, not a whimper.
#27 to #21 - anonymous (12/29/2013) [-]
nice 10 reference
User avatar #14 to #2 - EnergizierAnon ONLINE (12/28/2013) [-]
when i saw that scene, i was expecting the longer version, like usual. through me off that they made that part happen so fast.
User avatar #22 to #14 - metalife (12/29/2013) [-]
It had to be fast like this.
Like Ryantheleet said, he already did that fire beaming **** he usually does, it wouldnt have made sense to do it twice, technically he had already regenerated, he just needed to burn fof the top layer to be final
User avatar #20 to #14 - leadfacial (12/28/2013) [-]
I have come up with a reason of why they did that! I think Matt really wanted to leave the show in a way which was more like a nice bow out than a sad departure you know? Like he wanted fans to be happy with his contribution and not dwell on the loss of it. Making the regen fast was another tool for that. By making it a fast regen it felt less like the current doctor was leaving and MORE so making it exciting that the new doctor arrived! I like the way they did this change, it was more of a celebration than a mourning you know?
User avatar #41 to #20 - MrMustacho (12/29/2013) [-]
i think it's more of an introduction to a harsher/sterner new doctor though it also fits with matt's quick rambling
#28 to #20 - anonymous (12/29/2013) [-]
I really, REALLY doubt that Smith (or any actor before him) got to decide the specifics of his regeneration.
User avatar #60 to #28 - leadfacial (12/29/2013) [-]
Not the specifics of course not, that's a writer/director job of course. But if you look at a lot of Matt's little quips about saying "don't forget me, please" you get the sense that he knew it was going to happen and had accepted it. I mean the approach (not necessarily the lines) was geared towards a less depressing change. When he did the time energy flowing out part i didn't think " **** this is sad" like the last ones I thought "damn this is perfect for him, he's in his element giving off a big show like always" But that didn't seem appropriate for matt's outro, he needed something more personal to the fans.
User avatar #43 to #28 - JediismUser (12/29/2013) [-]
David Tennant got to, in fact he was able to choose how to say/act a line, cause the director wanted one thing, he wanted (and knew the fans wanted) another. Unsure about Eccleson though.
#58 to #43 - anonymous (12/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, he asked for "I don't wanna go" to be removed because it was "heartbreaking"to end like that. Guess what? it was not removed. The way the 11th regenerated has nothing to do with what Smith wanted, he is not the writer.
User avatar #74 to #58 - JediismUser (12/29/2013) [-]
He had four takes, one of them he just did not like, one seemed nonchalant about thing-he didn't like it either, one seemed way to sad for 11 to be that way in Tennant's opinion (which is the take the director liked), and the one Tennant chose, that you see, is picked, cause it was his favorite. With these show's, when you see the behind the scenes, you can see communication with the actors, writer, and director. There is a lot more talking between everyone, get everyone's take on things, to get everything right. So it is very possible Smith helped in the way of the ending, while I'm not saying saying it is certain he did, it's possible.
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