Doctor Who 50th Anniversary To Feature Past Stars?
Report claims all 11 Doctors will unite for anniversary special...
The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who could see all 11 Doctors united, a report has claimed today.
According to the Matt Smith is to be joined by the seven surviving Doctors for a special anniversary one-off.
The Mail's article claims Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant will appear in the November episode.
And there's even speculation that "studio trickery" could bring the late William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee - the first three Doctors - back to TV screens.
Though the BBC has not officially confirmed plans for the special - which marks 50 years since the cult sci-fi hit was first screened on November 23, 1963, writer Steven Moffat said last month that the plans are "immense" and "considerable", with "tremendous surprises" in store for fans.
A set of stamps marking the momentous occasion was unveiled late last year.