David Tennant could take to the Tardis again if plans to reunite all actors who have played Dr Who go ahead.
TV bosses are said to be considering having current Dr Who, Matt Smith, appearing with the seven surviving actors who have played the Time Lord.
An insider told the Daily Mirror that Tom Baker, 79, Peter Davison, 61, Colin Baker, 69, Sylvester McCoy, 69, Paul McGann, 53, Christopher Eccleston, 48, and David Tennant, 41, have been approached about appearing in the show to mark the 50th anniversary.
A source claimed that the first three Dr Who’s,William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee, may participate through the use or archive footage and digital technology.
Smith recently said that he wants to continue in the role and confessed he enjoys working on the show.
He said: "We've got Doctor Who's 50th anniversary coming up in November 2013, and I'd hope to be part of it.
"All good things come to an end, but my mum is aghast at the thought of me ever not being the Doctor.
"The show is the star and will continue without me. I've no immediate plans to leave. I'm around for a whole year and that's a long time."
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