Bad Penny Productions have released three new images from their upcoming comedy feature film, You, Me And Him, starring Lucy Punch, Faye Marsay and David Tennant. The movie is currently being offered to potential distributors at the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival.
You, Me And Him is a witty romantic comedy set in
middle class England about two female lovers, one a career driven
lawyer (Lucy Punch) and the other a fun loving, pot smoking layabout (Faye
Marsay); and their annoying Casanova neighbour (David Tennant). While
neither woman ever wanted children, both end up pregnant, creating
conflicts that cause each to re-examine their outlook on life and the
relationship. You, Me And Him brings humour, controversy, tears
and surprises that will keep audiences in fits of laughter from the
opening credits to the final curtain. Other cast members include Gemma Jones, David Warner, Simon Bird, Sarah Parish, Sally Phillips and Adam Paul Harvey. Written and directed by Daisy Aitkens…
Multiple award-winning actor, playwright and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda (Broadway’s “Hamilton,” Disney’s “Moana”) is to join the cast of the new DuckTales series debuting this summer on Disney XD.
A lifelong “DuckTales” aficionado, Lin-Manuel will provide the voice of fan-favorite character Gizmoduck, a Duckburg hero whose true identity is Fenton Crackshell-Cabrera, a brilliant young intern working for Scrooge McDuck’s personal mad scientist, Gyro Gearloose.
As previously announced, David Tennant will be taking on the role of Scrooge McDuck.
David has previously spoken of his admiration for Lin-Mauel's work, check out a video of a recent interview with Magic FM below where David discusses his love of Hamilton:
The new series of Ducktales, which is produced by Disney Television Animation, has already been picked up for a second season ahead of its highly anticipated premiere.
Just a quick reminder that time is running out for you to grab your chance to have breakfast with David Tennant and 6 of the leading actors from Doctor Who.
The Red Nose Day charity is offering a chance to win a real once-in-a-lifetime experience: to have breakfast with the stars of Doctor Who! For the first time ever, seven Doctors will be meeting up for a historic meal and YOU could be joining David Tennant, Peter Capaldi, Matt Smith, Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker and Peter Davison to break bread…and possibly some fish fingers and custard. The winner and a friend will join the seven Doctors for this history-making meal in the private dining room of the iconic Wolseley Restaurant in London. For American fans flights by British Airways will also be provided as will hotel accommodation at The Ned, Soho House’s newest hotel.
Find out how you could be dining with the Doctors below:
There are two ways for you to join the magnificent seven: The Draw To join them on this remarkable…
As announced this week, the Tenth Doctor and Rose are reunited for a brand new trio of audio adventures produced and released by Big Finish Productions later this year. David Tennant and Billie Piper have recorded three hour-long full cast audio dramas, marking Billie's first work with Big Finish.
This morning, an exclusive clip of David and Billie talking about their reunion and the new recordings has been included in the new Big Finish podcast, hosted by Nick Briggs and Benji Clifford. They talked about how the audio projects had given them more time to appreciate their overall involvement with the show away from the intense demands of the TV version. David played the Doctor between 2005 and Billie played Rose Tyler for two series from 2005-6, with a return for two episodes in 2008; both actors were back for the 2013 anniversary special, The Day Of The Doctor.
David explained, "It’s one of those things that when you’ve been involved in
it, it never goes away. But when it’s n…
As they get older, even Time Lords sometimes struggle to understand the universe around them. In this delightful collection of poems – the first volume of Doctor Who verse ever published – there are moments of insight, wit and reassurance for those aging inhabitants of Gallifrey, all of which will sound hilariously familiar.
Now We Are Six Hundred is a charming, funny and whimsical collection of poems that celebrate the joys and pitfalls of getting older. Much, much older. Time-Lord older. And sometimes, in space.
Written by author James Goss, the book features illustrations by former Doctor Who Executive Producer Russell T Davies – his first role as an illustrator.
James Goss says ‘BBC Books have carefully baited an irresistible trap to lure people into reading poetry. Russell’s beautiful illustrations mak…