Who Will Be The Next Doctor Who?
Who Will Be The Next Doctor Who?
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has apparantly tweeted that it will not be her to be the new Doctor Who but according to Ladbrokes she is still favourite. Yes really the Brits are gambling on who will become the successor to Peter Capaldi.
So who else does that leave, the main contenders seem to be:-
Kris Marshall is an English actor. He has played Nick Harper in My Family, Humphrey Goodman in Death in Paradise, Colin Frissell in the 2003 film Love Actually, Adam in BT Retail adverts from 2005 until 2011, and Dave in the first series of Citizen Khan.
Kris Marshall makes great comedy if the next Doctor Who series is going to have more comedy in it then he is the man to have and if not he would still be a good choice.
Tilda Swinton has starred in over 45 movies including Doctor Strange, A Bigger Splash, Trainwreck, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Snowpiercer, The Zero Theorem, Constantine, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
It is easy to see why she would be considered as the next Doctor Who and I for one think she would make an excellent choice as I am sure the show producers believe also but if not then I hope she gets to be in some of the episodes, she seems to fit as a Doctor Who actress.
But wait didnt the BBC write to a fan and say "Be assured there are currently no plans to have a female Doctor Who."
Sadly that is a shame if it is the case, so who else could it be?
Ben Whishaw is a yonger contender for the role and the shows producers have hinted they may go with a young Doctor Who and assistant to bring back the younger audiance. Apart from watching Paddington Bear his voice is used for Paddington and Skyfall where he plays Q, I havent seen him in any of his other movies so could not judge him. Cloud Atlas, Perfume, In the Heart of the Sea, The Danish Girl as well as many others.
Another young contender is Tom Rosenthal the Day & Night comedian who has also starred in the ITV2 sitcom Plebs, as Gary Thorpe in the 2nd series of ITV’s Broadchurch and as Sam Roth in drama Breathless, also on ITV.
He looks young so this could be a deciding factor if young is the key word for the next Doctor Who.
Then there is Richard Rankin from the Scottish sketch show Burnistoun and as Captain Thomas Gillan in the BBC One war drama The Crimson Field. he also starred in Outlander, The Syndicate and Taggart.
But some say he is just too dashing and good looking to play the Doctor.
Did you know that all the Doctor Who series have been made into books over the years, you can see the most up to date list at wikipedia
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If it is not one of the front runners for the part of Doctor Who, then who else could it be?
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