When not being this generation’s Laurence Olivier, dazzling audiences of both stage and screen with his adaptations of Shakespeare’s finest plays, he can be found adding dutch angles to Marvel’s Thor and now, it seems like he’d like to try his hand at being a Doctor Who villain.
Renowned Shakespearian actor and former Thor wrangler Kenneth Branagh was asked by fans gathered for his live Q&A over at The Guardian whether or not he would take on the role of the Master?
“I am a long-time hide-behind-the-sofa-in-the-early-Doctor-Who-in-the-1960s fan. The Master I remember was played brilliantly by an actor called Roger Delgado I don’t think I can get him out of my mind.”
However, he has ruled himself out of the role of the Doctor himself:
“Is there a leader of the Cybermen? Or even just a funny Cyberman?”
Is Branagh a worthy successor to Delgado? Who else would you like to see take on the role? Or Would you be happy to have John Simm back?
(Via Entertainment Wise)