Matt is currently in the USA on a part holiday, part promotional tour and has already appeared on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in the past few days.
Speaking to VH1, Matt was asked when he planned on moving to Hollywood – and this is when fans of the Eleventh Doctor might start to get a little upset…
When are we going to have you?
Well, hopefully soon, you know. I’ve got another year of Doctor Who, but then I’m certainly going to come and give it a shot, come and hang out in LA… as you say, people like Andy [Garfield] have come over, and he’s a mate of mine. I’m very proud to see him doing Spider-Man, ’cause we did a play together, and, you know, Spider-Man now. It’s incredible. And he’ll be brilliant, he’ll be so brilliant.
Are you friends with the, kind of, Brit Pack in Hollywood?”
Yeah, yeah, I’ve got British friends here, people like Andy. I don’t know Carey [Mulligan] or Robert, but I’ve got a lot of British friends here that are doing very well and loving living over here as well, which is very interesting.
Obviously we don’t know what the situation with Series 7 is in terms of broadcasting, but this could potentially mean that Matt won’t be the Doctor come the 50th anniversary. This seems unlikely to us, and either confirms that Series 7 will be split over 2012 and 2013 or that the 2013 anniversary special will be a separate affair either as a production, in the TV schedules, or both…
(Via Doctor Who News Page)