Doctor Who: Matt Smith reveals all about the 50th anniversary
Doctor Who and sexy sidekick Clara roar down the side of London's Shard - on a motorbike.
It's just one of the sensational scenes coming up as the telly Timelord celebrates the big five-oh.
In fact, actor Matt Smith says fans can look forward to it being the "biggest, best, most inventive and most exciting year for the show" as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
The first episode of the new series hits television screens next month and sees the timelord defy gravity by roaring up and down the Shard building on a motorcycle.
A special 3D anniversary show will also be broadcast in November but Smith and co-star Jenna-Louise Coleman, who plays Clara Oswald, are remaining tight-lipped about what viewers can expect.
Smith says he clapped when he read the script.
"It sort of does what it says on the tin," he grins. "You won't be disappointed!
"I think it's hilarious, I think it's epic and I think it's fast, and I'm telling you nothing more - but you will NOT be disappointed.
"I think it's going to be the biggest, best, most inventive and most exciting year for the show and I think this script delivers on all those points that you want it to for where the show is at this time, it's brilliant."
Jenna-Louise adds: "It pays homage to the last 50 years of the show and kind of really celebrates that, but at the same time as looking forward."
The pair have been speaking at a special screening of the first episode of series eight in London.
The Bells of St John is described as a modern day urban thriller and sees the duo battling a new adversary, the Spoonheads, against a backdrop of London landmarks including Westminster Bridge and the Shard as they discover something sinister lurking in the Wi-Fi.
Matt says: "It's sort of Doctor Who meets the Bourne Identity with motorcycles. We've got Celia Imrie being saucy and sexy, we have got aliens in your Wi-Fi, Westminster, the Shard, London in the present day, with the Tardis in the middle of it."
He says he thought Coleman had made a "brilliant" start in her role as Clara.
"She's inventive, she works tirelessly hard. And I'm really proud of what she's achieved," he adds.
"After the Ponds I think the doctor was a little blue. I think she's re-ignited his curiosity in the universe and her impossibility has sort of awakened his mind and his soul and that's something that we'll see grow and evolve as the series continues."
Former Emmerdale star Jenna-Louise says she has already had a "wonderful" time on the show.
"It's such a unique job," she smiles. "I can honestly say there really is no job like Doctor Who. You can be a big kid at work and run down the corridors being chased by monsters and the scripts are just absolutely fantastic."
Speaking of Matt, she adds: "He's just an absolute genuine joy, he's been absolutely so supportive and totally and utterly there for me and he's a really good friend."
Executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat says the new series will see Doctor Who's biggest secret revealed.
"We're not kidding, we are actually going to do it, we're going to reveal his biggest secret," he says.
Our money is on his real name, something River Song already knows ...
And will the big anniversary episode feature ALL the Time Lord's incarnations, as we've predicted in the past?
No-one's saying. We'll take that as a good sign...