Okay, we've read the reports about the proposed Doctor Who Movie, helmed by David Yates.
I don't think it'll happen anytime soon, but I'm not particularly keen on the idea, to be honest.
I mean, I don't really have an idea with it being seperate from the TV series. But if Yates wants this to be a reboot or reimagining or whatever he said - I don't have the article to hand, I'm hurrying up - then that means that at least a third of the movie will need to be backstory - a cinema audience isn't content just to know that he's a time-travelling alien, it wants to know a bit about him. I'm not saying that everything we've learnt over the past 48 years will need to go into a movie, but it needs a bit of a set-up.
Also - the TARDIS. If this is seperate from the TV show, with no links whatsoever, there is absolutely no need for the TARDIS to be a Police Box. But, to us at least, the TARDIS is a Blue Box, that's a simple fact. There's far too much stuff to think about for me to go into here, but I just think there's a lot of stuff for a single movie to cover.
Will be back later...
EDIT: 7:16pm - Right, I'm back. Not much to add, really, but here are the actual news reports.
First, the original piece, from Variety: http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118046098
then, reports from Den of Geek: http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/1131244/doctor_who_movie_pressing_ahead_david_yates_directing.html
And, finally, from the BBC itself: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15730665
So, at least you can read them and make your own mind up...