Hold index finger against lower side of the Control Collar and touch thumb to the top surface to activate sound and light FX which operate in both closed and extended positions. Open the cap at the end of the Screwdriver to reveal the removable power core.
Requires 3 x 1.5v L1154 batteries (included).
Order from Forbidden Planet
Peter Capaldi says he kept with his Scottish accent for Doctor Who so he feels closer to the Time Lord character.
The 56-year-old lifelong Whovian will burst onto screen on August 23 in the new series.
Asked if he considered using an English accent, he said: “It just never occurred to me to be anything other than what I am.
“I just wanted to bring him as close to me as it possibly could be.
“And if you adapt an accent there is something between you and the character which is not the way I wanted to do this.
“I could have done another accent.”
Capaldi is delighted to have won the role of Doctor Who and impresses in opening episode Deep Breath as a confused Time Lord recovering from regeneration.
At a London screening of the opening episode, BBC1 boss Charlotte Moore said she asked Capaldi on set: “Have you found your inner doctor?” Capaldi replied: “It’s always been there”.
Explaining his choice of outfit for the role, Capaldi also said: “I always imagined the Doctor in dark colours, but then I was watching it on a black-and-white telly.”
via Mirror Online.