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Five years later, Russell offered Hugh the lead role but he didn’t take it.
In 2007, the actor said he regretted his decision, telling at the time: ‘I was offered the role of the Doctor a few years back and was highly flattered.
Moving on: It comes after current Doctor Who, actress Jodie, 39, announced she was leaving the role in July last year
‘The danger with those things is that it’s only when you see it on screen that you think, “Damn, that was good, why did I say no?” But then, knowing me, I’d probably make a mess of it.’
It is also said Russell wants to overhaul the look of the show, giving it greater opportunity to branch out with spin-offs.
The insider added: ‘The vision is that the show can be a Marvel-like product, building franchises around the Doctor and other key characters in his many lives.
Hopes: Russell T Davies, 58, sleepbegone.com іs returning ɑs showrunner ahead օf іts 60th anniversary next yｅɑr, những mẫu đồng hồ nam đẹp, and it’s claimed һe’s hoping Hugh, 61, can gіve the sci-fi series a ‘fresh feel’
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