David Tennant to return for Doctor Who's 50th anniversary?
David Tennant says it is "always possible" he could return to 'Doctor Who' to mark the show's 50th anniversary although he admits former co-star Billie Piper may not.
David Tennant says it is "always possible" he could return to 'Doctor Who' to mark the show's 50th anniversary.
The 41-year-old actor - who played the titular character for five years before quitting in 2010 - admitted he hasn't ruled out coming back to the show to mark the milestone next year since his character doesn't age but doubts his former co-star Billie Piper could return as she played human, Rose.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I'll always be able to come back in the alternate world because the Doctor will age like a normal human.
"Billie probably wouldn't come back and that's what would be problematic. It's always possible but I can't tell you if there are any plans yet."
David also revealed he kept some of the Time Lord's costumes when he left the BBC programme.
He said: "I do have the pinstripe suits in a very secure location. I have one of everything that I wore. They were given to me at the end.
"They are in hermetically sealed suit bags which I have got squirreled away somewhere.
"I hope the moths haven't got in. I could be in for nasty surprise when I go to look for them.
"Who knows what will happen next year? I am sure there are lots of plans being discussed in quiet rooms by men with long beards and great power."