What are some films that don't exist (or just haven't been announced) which you would like to see? For me, it's: A Steve Backshaw nature documentary - I love the documentaries he makes for Dave and the BBC; he reminds me a lot of Steve Irwin, so I would like to see him follow the same path Steve Irwin did and make some feature films. Maybe a movie similar to the Deadly 60 series he had on CBBC, exploring the world's most deadliest creatures. A new Doctor Who movie - This one really isn't surprising given my username. I'd be ecstatic if they announced a new Doctor Who film - this time released exclusively in cinemas and not also on TV. I think it would be a really cool way to show what you can't on a TV budget, and tell different stories of a scale that cannot be achieved on television. I would be the first one at the cinema if this was announced. Back To The Future Part 4 - I know some people don't want a fourth Back To The Future, but I think with the right screenplay and direction it could work. With recent successes such as Jurassic World and Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them I don't see why bringing back such a nostalgic property couldn't work. I think it's worth a try. Agents of SHIELD - The Movie: I've followed this show since the beginning, and I'm not ready to see it go yet. I'd like to see the final season be followed by a one-off big scale Marvel Studios Agents of SHIELD film. It's what these characters deserve, and it would be interesting to see how Marvel Studios handle them. Ghostbusters Answer The Call 2 - I really enjoyed the 2016 reboot, and I so want to see a sequel. I know it didn't make back its money at the Box Office, but I'd take a second film with a smaller budget so that Sony could feel it's a safer investment. The world of the 2016 version of Ghostbusters is just simply too good to give up on just yet. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Part 1 and 2 - I feel like this has to happen, no matter your stance on the play's script. It is a canonical continuation of the Harry Potter franchise, and as such it deserves to be adapted for the big screen. What films would you like to see?