David Tennant Confirms He’d Be Up For A Return To Doctor Who
David Tennant has confirmed that he’d be up for a return to Doctor Who if he was asked to step back in to the TARDIS.
He was speaking as part of an exclusive interview that was shown in US theaters yesterday as part of a special ten year anniversary screening of his final episodes, The End Of Time.
And whilst David and his fans would be thrilled to see him return as the Tenth Doctor David pointed out that the decision for any return is out of his hands,
“People ask me this like it’s in my gift, like it’s my decision when I’ll just stroll back out on set and go, ‘Right. Turn Over. Here I am.’ It doesn’t really work like that.”
But he did admit he’d love to team up with current Doctor Jodie Whittaker and fellow Time Lords Christopher Eccleston, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi.
“It would be fun to do. Jodie and Peter and Matt are all mates now. It’d be wonderful to be on set with them. Chris, I don’t know as well, but I’m a huge admirer of him and I’ve always enjoyed meeting him, so it’d be fun if we were all on set together.”
With another milestone anniversary coming up in 2023, maybe that could be a good chance for a multi Doctor adventure?
“I suppose the opportunity has historically been there for Doctors to return to an extent. There would come a point where I wouldn’t be able to get away with it. I wouldn’t be able to fit in the suit or get my hair to stand up at the end like I used to.
“There’s a 60th anniversary in a few years, and the question will inevitably come up. But it won’t be for me to decide.”