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Jodie Whittaker’s regeneration ‘will be very different’

OHMYGOSSIP — Jodie Whittaker’s regeneration on ‘Doctor Who’ will be “visually very different”.
The 40-year-old actress is preparing to make her last outing as the Doctor, and showrunner Chris Chibnall has teased some details about her regeneration.
He said: “It is different. It’s visually very different. And where it takes place is different. I think I can say that without it being too much of a spoiler. It definitely feels different. It’s not going to take place in the same place as the previous regenerations.”
Chris also promised that there will be some “big surprises” in the landmark episode.
Speaking to, Chris explained: “There are so many Easter eggs in there for people who have been watching the show over the years. There are things for really, really hardcore fans, and even the more casual viewers. There’s lots to get your teeth into.”
Chris added that it will be the “biggest episode of ‘Doctor Who’ we’ve yet made”.
He shared: “It’s a huge, epic, fast roller coaster ride of an episode. It’s probably the biggest episode of ‘Doctor Who’ we’ve yet made. It features the return of Tegan and Ace from the classic series of ‘Doctor Who’, Janet Fielding and Sophie Aldred who are phenomenal.
“It has an evil trio of monsters – the Daleks, Cybermen and The Master, played by Sacha Dhawan. And Sacha playing the Master as you’ve never seen him before in ‘Doctor Who’.
“It goes all across time and space, it’s connecting the past, present, and future of ‘Doctor Who’, it’s very exciting, it’s funny, and there will be tears at the end of the 13th Doctor.”

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