Doctor Who: Twice Upon A Time getting a cinema release – but only in the US so far…

Twice Upon A Time

Doctor Who is heading back to cinemas – but only in America so far…

Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who swansong, Twice Upon A Time, is set to screen on BBC One on Christmas Day. The special, penned by Steven Moffat, will star Capaldi, David Bradley, Mark Gatiss and, of course, Jodie Whittaker.

In the UK, the 50th anniversary special – Day Of The Doctor – and Capaldi’s debut in Deep Breath both got cinema releases in addition to their TV transmission. This time, though, it’s over in America where you’ll be able to see Twice Upon A Time on the big screen.

It’s been revealed that for one day only – December 27th – you’ll be able to see the Doctor Who Christmas special on the big screen, with two extra bonus pieces that go behind the scenes of the show.

At this stage, it’s unclear if a UK release will follow too. We’ll keep you posted, of course…

EW