David Tennant Review Of 2014: MARCH
Today we reach March in our review of 2014. Read on to check out what David Tennant was doing this month.
With the shoot of Gracepoint well underway on Vancouver Island, Ali Selim was the latest to sign on as a director. Fox TV issued a first official media release including the key art of David Tennant and Anna Gunn standing on the clifftop.
David spoke to Worldscreen about appearing in both Gracepoint and Broadchurch. The article also included some new photos.
David narrated W1A, a four part BBC comedy from the makers of Twenty Twelve staring Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes, following ongoing career of Ian Fletcher in his new role at the BBC. The BBC also posted preview clips.
The cover for the official novel was revealed - the book was due to be published in August. The series premiered on Puls 4 in Austria and on Giallo in Italy, and it was released on DVD in France.
Jodie Whittaker claimed that David would be returning for series 2 while Radio Times claimed a source at ITV had said the same. ITV, the Broadchurch production team and David himself all maintained their silence.
Broadchurch won Best Serial Drama and Olivia Colman won Best Actor – Female at the RTS Awards. The series also won Best Drama Series at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards. Olivia Colman was named Best Actress and Chris Chibnall Best Writer. David was nominated for Best Actor but didn’t win.
It was confirmed that Richard II would be released on DVD and Blu-ray by the RSC in May. Distributors Opus Arte released a preview clip.
The makers of Doctor Who Legacy invited readers of this site to choose the next Tenth Doctor character outfit for the game.
David provided a voiceover for the Xbox game Kinect Sports Rivals. The makers posted a behind-the-scenes video.
David appeared on the documentary How To Get Ahead, which covered Richard II’s court. David’s interview was recorded while he was playing the role for the RSC.
BBC America released a trailer for The Real History Of Science Fiction, their new series co-produced with BBC Two, to which David contributed.
The Escape Artist premiered on SBS in Australia and on VOX in Germany this month. The series was released on DVD in Australia, Germany and Scandinavia.
New Australian Channel BBC First announced that The Politician’s Husband would make up part of their launch week schedule.
Late in 2013, David visited Sierra Leone for Sport Relief. His diary of his visit featured in Radio Times. David appeared in a number of clips on the live Sport Relief show on 21st March: watch them here.
Hodder Children’s Books released a clip of David reading from the newly recorded How To Steal A Dragon’s Sword.