Tuesday, September 18, 2012
David Tennant 'Cannot Confirm Nor Deny' Return To Doctor Who
Will he return for a special 50th Anniversary special?
Fans of Doctor Who may want to take a seat if they’re reading this, as former Doctor Who actor David Tennant who played the tenth Doctor, before generating into the show’s current star Matt Smith, recently discussed rumours about a possible return!
The long running Sci Fi show will soon be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2013 and producers are keen to turn this special event into somewhat of a Doctor Who reunion, with a whole host of familiar faces set to make a cameo.
However Tennant was keeping cards very close to his chest and played down any potential rumours surrounding the story by saying: "I cannot be drawn on anything," in an interview with G4TV's Attack Of The Show.
"Who knows what will happen next year? I'm sure there are lots of plans being discussed.
"I am not confirming nor denying anything." teased the 41 year old
Talking about the Olympics, of which Tennant famously lit the torch…although not the real one of course! An episode back in 2006 saw the Doctor igniting the Olympic flame, and of course with his recent stint as narrator on the BBC comedy series Twenty Twelve you’d think he would have had a role in the London 2012 opening ceremony, to which Tennant joked:
"What happened? What went wrong? I was waiting for the phone call... there was an online petition apparently, which the London Organising Committee chose to ignore!"
The seventh series of Doctor Who will return to TV screens later in the month, with an opening episode set to feature the dramatic departure of Amy Pond!
Would you like to see David Tennant return to the show?
BY OLIVER HAYES