Could Agyeman And Clarke Be Returning For DOCTOR WHO 50th Anniversary?
While purely speculation at this point, the past companions of Doctor Who Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones) and Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith) have posted some interesting tweets on their accounta that has lead fans to believe a possible return for the pair to the show.
While currently unlikely still worth mentioning, previous Doctor Who companions Mickey Smith (Noel Clarke) and Martha Jones (Fremma Agyeman) are now being speculated by fans for a return. Both have posted photographs of the two together on their twitter accounts. At this point it is purely speculation as this could simply be a friendly meeting (with Agyeman last said to be in New York City, quite far from the usual Doctor Who filming areas), although it could indeed be a hint towards a return for the characters as while the actors have denied reprisal so did David Tennant (Tenth Doctor) and Billie Piper (Rose Tyler) who are now confirmed to be returning and the 50th Anniversary Special for the show is currently filming all over the world.
The pair were last seen on the show for a cameo in the Tenth Doctor's last episode The End Of Time - Part 2 with the character married.
Before that Mickey Smith was a companion of both the Ninth and partially Tenth Doctor, whilst Doctor Martha Jones had been a companion of the Tenth Doctor for one series and reprised the role on several occasions (even appearing in the show's spin-off Torchwood).
The anniversary special is already confirmed to also include several smaller nods to the show's heritage, including bringing back Jemma Redgrave as UNIT's Kate Stewart and of course the revival of original series villains the Zygons.
John Hurt and Joanna Paige have also been cast in unspecified guest roles for the celebratory episode, which is being filmed now in the UK.
It was recently confirmed that Christopher Eccleston (the Ninth Doctor) will not feature in the celebratory episode.
Actor John Barrowman said he was in talks but later denied involved, going so far as to say how upset he was about not being in the special.
The 3D special will be directed by Nick Hurran ('Asylum of the Daleks', 'The Girl Who Waited'), written by showrunner Steven Moffat, and it is rumoured the special will be 60-90 minutes long and will get a limited worldwide cinema release.
Doctor Who will be back with the sixth of the 7-Part B Series, 'The Crimson Horror' written by Mark Gatiss and directed by Saul Metzstein on BBC One, Saturday May 4th in the UK and BBC America.
An air/release date for the 50th Anniversary Special is still unknown.
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