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Russell T Davies names Doctor Who star who will be the next James Bond

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As sci-fi fans around the world excitedly countdown the final few hours until Doctor Who returns to our screens, all eyes will be on Scottish actor Ncuti Gatwa as he becomes the fifteenth iteration of the world renowned Time Lord.

Joined by new companion Millie Gibson in the role of Ruby Sunday, the dynamic duo will be exploring the universe - both time and space - while coming face to face with some of their most formidable foes yet.

But while Ncuti is new to the role, show runner Russell T Davies was so impressed by his performance he even revealed that he believes the star may be destined to join another global franchise in the coming years!

In an interview to promote the new series, Russell opened up about what made him choose Gatwa for the role and where he thinks the star will end up.

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