icWales.co.uk is reporting that Russell T Davies, writer and producer behind the return of Doctor Who to the small screen is refusing to bring it to the big screen.
"We would not have time to do a movie at the moment. Maybe if it was all over and still popular, but I would not be desperately keen to work with BBC Films myself. I'm not supposed to say this... but I can't bear them!" Davies stated in the article.
He continues, "I am in no rush to work with them whatsoever personally, but I suppose the BBC could have a go."
The BBC had stated last year that they would be interested in making a Doctor Who movie if the new series is well received in the US. It seems that they will have to do it without Davies though if they still have the intention of making a feature film.
Davies also made it clear in the article that he has no plans on bringing 'glamour model Jordan' on the series despite reports that she wants in on the show. "'No Chance' - bless her, but no way," states Davies.
Source: icWales - Russell's blow for Beeb