Last weekend saw David Tennant take part in a Q&A panel at Wizard World's latest fan convention in New Orleans where he was asked about his role as Kilgrave in Marvel's Jessica Jones.
Talking about taking on the role of Kilgrave he said:
""I quite liked being Kilgrave, it was fun. I didn't know the Alias comic books until that came about...I'd always loved Marvel comics but I'd not come across that set of books. It's just one of those incredible worlds that's been created...it uses the mythology of the Marvel universe and turns it on its head and then uses this character that's been around since Daredevil issue 4...taken in this new, dark, twisted direction, it's just great. When it's written that well and you've got someone like Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, what a treat to get to do something like that."
It was announced in the summer of 2017 that David would be making a shock return to Season 2 of the Netflix and Ma…
Last weekend David Tennant took part in a Q&A panel at Wizard World's latest fan convention in New Orleans. Here are the Doctor Who highlights from David's answers to fan questions posed during the 45 minute session.
On choosing his favourite Doctor Who companion from Rose, Martha and Donna "That wouldn't get me into any trouble at all if I had an answer for that! I love them all equally in their own special way"
On how the relationship with each companion developed in terms of romance "With Rose that was already the deal, I suppose, so I knew what I was inheriting there. I suppose vaguely there was a broad brush stroke that the Rose-Doctor thing was kind of a love story without certain elements of a traditional love story. They basically were star-crossed lovers. "Then Martha would be the girl that he would never see in that way so that would be a sort of unrequited love affair. We knew that was the story that we were telling. "With Donna we knew th…
David Tennant's recent trip to New Orleans for a Wizard World convention was extra special for a couple of fans who used their meeting with him to reveal the sex of their precious unborn baby!
The gender reveal has become a huge occasion for many expectant parents with various new ways of announcing the sex of the baby being used, such as cake and balloon reveals, however we think these Whovians may have topped it by asking David to announce their baby's gender to them using only Doctor Who phrases.
Handing over an envelope to David the father-to-be told him “It has the sex of our baby in,” adding “We don’t know.”
David was to say “allons-y” if it was a boy and “bad wolf” if it was a girl.
Find out what the happy couple are expecting in the video below:
This month sees the arrival of the first DLC pack for Call Of Duty: WWII, and with it comes a new level for the highly acclaimed Nazi Zombies mode. Included with the Resistance DLC, available for PS4 from January 30th, is The Darkest Shore, the second chapter of the horror game which features David Tennant among its voice cast. Resistance is the first of four DLC packs coming in 2018, and will also be available for Xbox One and PC in March.
Call Of Duty: Nazi Zombies is an original adventure mode taking part in an alternative history set apart from the main Call Of Duty game. The Sledgehammer Games release sees a handpicked team battling a zombie army created by the Third Reich as they attempt to recover priceless artworks stolen by the Nazis. David Tennant voices Drostan Hynd, an antiques expert and former art thief who is given the choice to join the mission or go to jail.
The Darkest Shore follows our heroes into the next chapter
of their dangerous journey. Only days after the horr…
The final ever episode of ITV drama Broadchurch was the most watched episode of a TV drama on UK television during 2017.
A whopping 11.6 million tuned in to ITV on Easter Monday 2017 to see Trish Winterman's attacker finally revealed. The previous leader was BBC One's Sherlock which was seen by 11.3 million.
The final series of Broadchurch saw David Tennant and Olivia Colman reprise their roles as DI Alec Hardy and DS Ellie Miller, this time investigating a serious sexual assault in the Dorset community.
Jodie Whittaker and Andrew Buchan returned to play Beth and Mark Latimer and were joined by National Television Award winner Julie Hesmondhalgh, BAFTA winners Lenny Henry and Georgina Campbell along with Sarah Parish, Charlie Higson and Mark Bazeley.
Chris Chibnall, the creator of the award winning series, admitted he shed a tear whilst writing the final episode, which saw us say goodbye to the series for good.
“Sitting down to write the final episode was very emotional and I…