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There are two Doctor Who feature films: Dr. Who and the Daleks, released in 1965 and Daleks – Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. in 1966. Both are retellings of existing television stories (specifically, the first two Dalek serials, The Daleks and "The Dalek Invasion of Earth" respectively) with a larger budget and alterations to the series concept.

In these films, Peter Cushing plays a human scientist[132] named "Dr. Who", who travels with his granddaughter and niece and other companions in a time machine he has invented. The Cushing version of the character reappears in both comic strips and a short story, the latter attempting to reconcile the film continuity with that of the series.

In addition, several planned films were proposed, including a sequel, "The Chase", loosely based on the original series story, for the Cushing Doctor, plus many attempted television movie and big screen productions to revive the original Doctor Who, after the original series was cancelled.

Paul McGann starred in the only television film as the eighth incarnation of the Doctor. After the film, he continued the role in audio books and was confirmed as the eighth incarnation through flashback footage and a mini episode in the 2005 revival, effectively linking the two series and the television movie.

Tom Baker also wrote one, but it never got made.

Another movie has been rumoured for a long time, but so far nothing has been confirmed.

In 2011, David Yates announced that he had started work with the BBC on a Doctor Who film, a project that would take three or more years to complete. Yates indicated that the film would take a different approach to Doctor Who,[133] although the current Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat stated later that any such film would not be a reboot of the series and a film should be made by the BBC team and star the current TV Doctor.[134][135]

Some call "Deep Breath", "The Day of the Doctor", and "The Five Doctors" movies, but the BBC officially considers them episodes.

Additionally, a new movie is coming out called K9: Timequake. It will be based on the K9 TV series, and will feature K9 battling Omega. This film will not be made by the BBC. This is why it won't feature the Doctor, the writer of it only has the rights to K9 and Omega. [1]

  1. http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/k9-to-battle-omega-in-movie-timequake-77281.htm

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