David Tennant has completed his scenes for Good Omens this morning. The six part production has been shooting since September, initially in the UK, but more recently in South Africa. David plays the demon Crowley in the adaptation of the classic comedy novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Michael Sheen co-stars as his opposite number, the angel Aziraphale.
This morning Neil Gaiman, who scripted the series and who is also acting as showrunner tweeted: David Tennant just wrapped his final scene. It's been such a privilege getting to work with him and @michaelsheen on this show. So many talented actors but those two set the bar so high and always delivered. — Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) February 20, 2018 Last night Neil also tweeted about one of David's final scenes: I thought that watching an angel delightedly gavotting was the best thing I'd ever seen. But tonight I watched three demons disco dancing badly with a giant pin and the world can get no better. #…
The Good Omens shoot took a saunter downstairs today to shoot scenes set in Hell. David Tennant and his fellow cast and crew, including showrunner Neil Gaiman, are currently on location in South Africa filming a six part adaptation of the classic comic novel of the same title, co-authored by Gaiman and the late Sir Terry Pratchett. David takes on the role of demon Crowley in the production with Michael Sheen also starring as his angelic counterpart Aziraphale.
Today the production took over a former abbatoir which was to serve as The Bad Place.
First Neil Gaiman set the scene... Roses are red. Violets are blue. Today we are shooting David Tennant in a bath in Hell. And I love you. #goodomens — Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) February 14, 2018He then proceeded to post a set of motivational posters, Hell-style, written by himself and lovingly created for the shoot by the art department. You can see them below in all of their Comic Sans glory:
The critically acclaimed Marvel series Jessica Jones returns to Netflix for a second season on Thursday 8th March. Krysten Ritter returns as the self-loathing superhero-turned-detective who is attempting to recover from the traumatic events of Season 1.
On the same day, The Paley Center for Media in New York will be holding a special screening of episode 1 on a giant screen in the company of cast and creatives from the award-winning series. Stars Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Carrie-Anne Moss, Janet
McTeer, Eka Darville and J.R. Ramirez will attend the event with showrunner Melissa Rosenberg, Netflix Vice President Allie Goss and Jeph Loeb, Executive Producer and afterwards will take part in a Q&A session about the new season.
The screening takes place on 8th March from 7pm.
Tickets are available to Paley Supporting & Patron Members and Paley Individual Members from today and go on sale to General Public tomorrow from noon. Ticket prices are Members: $35 and General Public: $44…
Good news for UK-based fans of David Tennant who are waiting for the home entertainment release of his award-winning film Mad To Be Normal - the movie will receive a big terrestrial TV premiere later this spring. The film's Twitter account has also stated that this will be followed by a DVD and VOD release. UK will be a TV release first - watch this space will be within a couple of months but just awaiting confirmation — Mad To Be Normal (@madtobenormal) February 19, 2018 Mad To Be Normal was written and directed by Robert Mullan and stars David in the role of maverick Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing, with Elisabeth Moss, Gabriel Byrne and Michael Gambon. It is based on the treatment facility that Laing set up at Kingsley Hall in East London in the late 1960s where patients experiencing mental health difficulties lived as equals alongside medical staff and were encouraged to live through their psychosis to return to health. Laing's methods, which included experimenting with LSD …
A second trailer has been released for the upcoming second season of Marvel's Jessica Jones and shows Hell's Kitchen's spikiest private investigator making little progress with her anger management. The new trailer looks back at events which led the eponymous superpowered heroine to this point while at the same time signposting towards what to expect when the series returns next month.
Season 2 will see Jessica Jones, played by Krysten Ritter, delving into her past to unravel the mystery behind her own origin story, from the death of her family in a car accident to the experimental procedures she endured to the source of her own powers. Jessica will also be dealing still with the emotional aftermath of vanquishing her tormentor from Season 1. Marvel have already announced that David Tennant will return as Kilgrave for unspecified episodes, but have not disclosed exactly how he will be back.
Also returning for season 2 are Rachael Taylor, Eka Darville, Carrie-Anne Moss, joine…