Watch trailer for new 3D ‘Doctor Who’ cinema release

A new trailer has been unveiled for next month’s Doctor Who cinema release of ‘Dark Water’ and ‘Death in Heaven’ in 3D.

Last year’s two-part Doctor Who season finale will arrive in approximately 700 US cinemas in RealD™ 3D and Dolby Atmos sound (where available) on 15-16 September.

The screenings will also feature ‘The Doctor’s Meditation’, a special prequel scene to Season 9’s opener and an exclusive interview with stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman hosted by Wil Wheaton.

Watch the trailer…

Soumya Sriraman, EVP Film, Home Entertainment, and Licensing for BBC Worldwide North America, commented: “After the enormous success of the 50th Anniversary and Season 8 premiere – both number one alternative one-night cinema events, two years in a row – we decided to bring the Doctor back to the big screen in 3D so Whovians across the country can have a full immersive experience of Peter Capaldi as the Doctor. The Season 8 finale, along with an exclusive interview with Peter and Jenna is the perfect way to get fans ready for the upcoming premiere of new season on BBC America.”

Death in Heaven dark water

The screenings will not be taking place in the UK.

> Buy Season 8 on DVD on Amazon.

> Buy Season 8 on Blu-ray on Amazon.

Season 9 has been filming in Cardiff since January and will begin on BBC One on Saturday 19 September.

> Here’s everything we know about Season 9 so far.

Will you be going to watch the episodes again in 3D? Let us know below…

  • Why will the UK not be getting this? We are the home of the show!! Seriously not amused. Lets hope a 3D DVD version will go on sale…

    • Doctor Moo

      It is daft not to give us Brits this but look at it like this: Doctor Who is big in the US, more than ever before. This is a good thing, no?

      • Well yes, of course – but I do think it’s unfair that us Brits can’t see it as well, I can’t see any reason why we shouldn’t, unless the powers-that-be don’t think tickets would sell here… I’m just hoping for a 3D dvd release, that would be better than nothing!

        • TheLewy

          Sorry,there’s no such thing as 3D DVD 😉

    • Benn Chisholm

      Relax, it’s a good thing you won’t be. The sound is being provided by Atmos…

  • Mitzi DeMarco

    I have the box set and I can watch it on Netflix. Don’t really need to
    see it in theaters although it would be nice to see Samuel Anderson
    (Danny) on the big screen and in 3D.