Billie Piper and David Tennant are being reunited on the big screen.
The Doctor Who stars are in discussions to appear in a big-screen thriller that will be directed by Piper's husband, the actor Laurence Fox.
The movie, Love On The Murder Mile, will also star Mackenzie Crook and Matthew Rhys, the Welsh-born, LA-based actor.
Rhys, who portrayed Dylan Thomas in Edge Of Love opposite Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller, is one of the main cast members on U.S. television drama Brothers & Sisters.
The plan is for him to shoot his scenes in Love On The Murder Mile during the summer break from his TV show.
Piper and Tennant were a mammoth success as the good doctor and his assistant Rose.
The script, by Johnny Glynn, is set in London and the story is described as an urban thriller.
Robin Fox, the film's producer (and brother of Laurence), said negotiations were still ongoing and that not all the cast were officially contracted.
He said his brother had 'always had this ambition to direct'. Meanwhile, Laurence has withdrawn from the play Eigengrau, which opens at the Bush Theatre in West London next Wednesday.
He did ten days of rehearsals but withdrew 'gracefully', after deciding that his part had changed. He has been replaced by Geoffrey Streatfield.
These two are my OTP on Doctor Who and in real life, so this news makes me very happy indeed, I don't even care that the film sounds rubbish.