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Karen GillanA blog dedicated to the Scottish actress Karen Sheila Gillan, best known for her role as Amy Pond in the British tv-series Doctor Who. We track #kgillanedit and. Von 20spielte Gillan die Rolle der Amy Pond – der Begleiterin des elften Doktors – in der britischen Kult-Fernsehserie Doctor Who. Diese Rolle spricht. Amelia 'Amy' Pond ist eine fiktive Figur, die Karen Gillan in der langjährigen britischen Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie Doctor Who porträtiert hat. Amy ist eine Begleiterin des Serienprotagonisten The Doctor in seiner elften Inkarnation, gespielt.
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Having witnessed this eventuality, they attempt suicide, creating a paradox which destroys all but one Angel, but also renders the area permanently off-limits to the Doctor's TARDIS.
In the present, the surviving Angel sends Rory back in time, and knowing the Doctor cannot recover him, Amy allows the Angel to touch her too so she can be with him.
Gravestones in a New York cemetery reveal that Rory died at the age of 82 and Amy died at the age of River arranges for Amy to leave the Doctor a message in the afterword of a s pulp fiction novel, where she says she is happy with Rory and that they worry about the Doctor travelling alone.
During the Eleventh Doctor's regeneration , he hallucinates images of young Amelia Pond on board his TARDIS, before a vision of adult Amy approaches and says a final goodbye.
In addition to the television series, Amy has appeared in several BBC-licensed Doctor Who novels, audio dramas, and comics. The first set of corresponding New Series Adventures novels— Apollo 23 , Night of the Humans and The Forgotten Army —were published in April and feature solely the Eleventh Doctor and Amy.
The next set—comprising Nuclear Time , The King's Dragon and The Glamour Chase —were released in July and feature the Doctor, Amy, and Rory.
In Michael Moorcock 's lengthier The Coming of the Terraphiles , which takes place during a time in the fifth series Rory is absent, Amy is proposed to by one of the characters, to whom she declines.
In April , another set of New Series Adventures were released to correspond with Amy and Rory's travels in the sixth series, containing Dead of Winter , The Way Through the Woods , and Hunter's Moon.
A subsequent series of three books were published in June. In September, another longer novel was published, The Silent Stars Go By , which sees the trio face the Ice Warriors.
In addition, Amy appears singularly alongside the Doctor in four "Decide Your Destiny" books, as well as alongside Rory in six "2in1" adventure chapter books.
The three also feature in the Quick Reads Initiative novella Magic of the Angels. Amy, Rory, and the Doctor appear in IDW Publishing 's comic book series Assimilation 2 , published from May to December , which is a crossover between Doctor Who and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
They team up with the crew of the USS Enterprise -D to stop an alliance between the Borg and the Cybermen. During a battle with some Autons, 11 introduces them to Clara Oswald.
Amy Pond has appeared in several Doctor Who video games. Voiced by Gillan, she appears in all five episodes of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games which were marketed as extra episodes.
Doctor Who executive producer and head writer Steven Moffat came up with the name for the character. I think that plan's been good.
Andy Pryor, the casting director, suggested Gillan to Moffat after her performance in the fourth series episode " The Fires of Pompeii ", in which she played a soothsayer , but Moffat originally thought Gillan was "wee and dumpy".
Or Scottish, which is the quick way of saying it. A generation of little girls will want to be her. And a generation of little boys will want them to be her too.
She brought an energy and excitement to the part that was just fantastic. However, she watched some with her mother after it returned in , and was also a fan of other science fiction such as The X-Files , The Outer Limits , Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager.
Gillan auditioned for the role in both her natural Scottish accent and an English one, and it was not until after she was cast that it was decided Amy would be Scottish.
Amelia was played by Gillan's real-life year-old cousin Caitlin Blackwood. Though the two actresses had not met until the set of the show, Gillan recommended Blackwood for the role; Blackwood, however, still had to undergo rigorous auditions first.
Karen Gillan . Gillan stated that "having read the first episode I was utterly smitten [with the show], and with the character.
Amy's a sassy lady, funny and passionate, and her relationship with the Doctor has a really interesting dynamic".
She also did not want Amy, like previous companions, to stand around "in awe of the Doctor all the time" or "mope around" while he was not there; Amy would "do her own thing, whether it's fighting monsters in strange new worlds or just getting on with her life in her own village".
Gillan had substantial input into Amy's costume, as well as her hair and make-up. As the Doctor accidentally did not return for her until twelve years later, Amy grew up a different person than she would have.
She had become "cynical" and "distrustful" as the Doctor did not return as he had promised and she was forced to believe he was just an imaginary friend, and had resorted to being "tough".
Moffat theorised that Amy would have taken her anger out on Rory and would have been "mean" about things such as Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy.
It was also a reflection of how the two had just escaped from death and shared a hard time together, and Amy's tendency to do things "in the heat of the moment".
This is when Amy truly realises her feelings for Rory. Moffat had always intended for Amy and Rory to get married "from the off". Because we started off at a point where Amy didn't want to be committed to him, and he absolutely did, and that just gave us somewhere to go with it, rather than just them being happy together.
So it was interesting, and it evolved, and Rory really became a hero in the process". In December , it was announced that the seventh series would be Amy and Rory's last.
Gillan stated that she wanted to go "on a high when the character was at her prime" and that she "[wanted] to see her go with everything that she wants".
With the premiere of " The Eleventh Hour ", two viewers anonymously quoted in The Telegraph complained that Amy's character was too "sexy" for a family programme like Doctor Who.
Executive producer Piers Wenger stated that Amy was intended to be "feisty and outspoken and a bit of a number. Critics noted that Amy did not develop much throughout the series.
Dan Martin of The Guardian , in a mid-series review, wrote, "I wonder whether I really know Amy Pond.
Beneath the sass and the sauce and the wit and there's no getting away from this the skirts, I've yet to completely empathise with her, or work out what makes her tick".
But I'd put all of that down to guest writers responding to a character brief that probably said little more than 'feisty redhead'".
It's testament to Gillan's abilities and brilliant chemistry with Smith that she remained thoroughly watchable throughout but, bereft of back story albeit intentionally , it was hard to really get involved with the character".
Amy's character after just one episode is already one with depth". Chris Haydon of Den of Geek argued that Amy was "much more than the supposed eye candy many journalists unfairly referred to her as, or indeed much more than a female human to accompany the Gallifreyan Time Lord.
She is far more three-dimensional and developed than the pre-existing judgements made her out to be". Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote. Menu de navigation Espaces de noms Article Discussion.
Pour les articles homonymes, voir Amy. I think Amy Pond will be hugely welcomed, because I think Donna was right; I think he does need someone.
A lot of these stories prove that. Doctor Who. In , aside from her leading role in Avengers: Endgame , she co-starred in the films Stuber and Spies in Disguise , and starred in All Creatures Here Below.
Also in , she reprised her role as Ruby Roundhouse in Jumanji: The Next Level and appeared in a short film titled, Neurotica.
She will next star in the action film Gunpowder Milkshake alongside Lena Headey , Angela Bassett , Carla Gugino , Michelle Yeoh and Paul Giamatti ,     and in the sci-fi thriller Dual alongside Aaron Paul and Jesse Eisenberg ,  which is filmed entirely in Tampere , Finland.
In , Gillan helped promote Fashion Targets Breast Cancer FTBC  and the opening of Squirrel Ward at the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
She also appeared in TV on the Radio 's " Happy Idiot " music video, released on 3 October In , she visited the Mikeysline crisis support centre in Inverness after presenting her film The Party's Just Beginning.
The film is about the high suicide rate in the Scottish Highlands, and Gillan made a public pledge to support the mental health charity. Also in , she launched a project to collaborate with software engineers to develop an app called Ditto.
It is described as a social network focusing "on the creativity of collaboration" where "Instagram meets Photoshop". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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