The 2015 film 96 Ways To Say I Love You will be released digitally this weekend. The short feature written and directed by Daisy Aitkens stars David Tennat, Nina Sosanya, Joel Fry, Georgia Moffett, Christian Brassington and Adam Paul Harvey in an exploration of the meaning of love.
With plenty of current and former stars of Doctor Who making appearances at this weekend's San Diego Comic Con, it was inevitable that they would be asked to share their thoughts on the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor. David Tennant, Pearl Mackie, Michelle Gomez and Colin Baker all spoke to Yahoo! to express their joy at having such a skilled actor in the role.
David also talked to The Telegraph on the same topic:
David's next project is the reboot of Disney's classic animated series DuckTales, in which he voices Scrooge McDuck. The show launches on Disney XD on August 12th.
David Tennant and his family visited Disneyland yesterday to visit Duckburg’s most famous trillionaire, Scrooge McDuck, who happened to be in town making a special visit to the Bank of Toontown.
David who is the vocal talent behind Scrooge, in the all new DuckTales confessed that he loves Scrooge's secret adventurous side "He’s got a hidden life. You think he’s a crotchety old windbag, when he’s actually Indiana Jones with a beak!"
Whilst at the park David revealed he was most looking forward to riding the new Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!
Disney's all-new DuckTales launches at midnight on Saturday 12th August on Disney XD in the USA, when the first one hour special, titled Woo-hoo! will premiere on a loop for 24 consecutive hours.
The series launch proper follows on Saturday 23rd September, the 30th anniversary of the original Emmy Award-winning series, with two new episodes airing at 7.00am, 11.00am, 2.00pm, 5.00pm, 8.00pm and 10.30pm EDT/PDT. New e…
David Tennant's Call Of Duty WWII Nazi Zombies character has been revealed by the official twitter account who posted the above artwork which shows David in the role of Drostan Hynd.
Prof. Hynd, is an antiquities expert and former art thief given the choice to come out of prison on the understanding that he'll work for the good guys.
During the recent SDCC panel David spoke more about Prof. Hynd
"He has a tartan cap. Because I'm Scottish," David says, "He swears a lot, an awful lot! It's full of bad language, this game, I'm terribly shocked!" Cameron Dayton pointed out that most of the swearing came 'so naturally from David' during the session. David argued that he was invited to bring an authentic Scottish feel, so brought some of his experience of growing up in Paisley and did "...a little bit of improvisational cursing".
Call Of Duty: WWII will be released worldwide on 3rd November on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft W…
Destination McDuck Manor...come on in and meet the family in a new promo clip for the Disney XD reboot of the classic cartoon series DuckTales. David Tennant leads the clan as Scrooge McDuck, the multi-billionaire daredevil, in the revival that's being described as 'Indiana Jones meets Modern Family'.
You can also meet Scrooge's grandnephews Huey (Danny Pudi), Dewey (Ben Schwartz) and Louie (Bobby Moynihan) and their friend Webby Vanderquack (Kate Micucci), who will be joining him on a brand new set of adventures that's set to introduce the family to a new generation of fans.
You'll be able to get your first taste of DuckTales with the launch event, a one hour special called DuckTales: Woo-oo, premiering at midnight on August 12th and running on a loop for 24 hours anywhere you can watch Disney XD.
Thers of DuckTales, including fellow cast members Toks Olagundoye (Mrs Beakley) and Beck Bennet (Launchpad McQuack) have been busy promoting the new series at San Diego…
David Tennant is to join the cast of TBS Network's newest animation series, Final Space.
Announcing the full cast of his "epic space opera" Final Space, creator Olan Rogers revealed that David will be among a star studded cast for the upcoming animated space sitcom and will be voicing multiple characters including the Lord Commander.
"Final Space is unlike anything on TV right now," says Rogers, "It's the first serialised, animated, interstellar comedic adventure. I know, it sounds exciting."
Adding that the series will be 'dark, funny, tragic and full of heart', he promised: "This story is quite simply an epic space opera, and for that you need a great cast."
Also on board are Fred Armisen, Tom Kenny, Gina Torres, Steven Yeun, Coty Galloway, Caleb McLaughlin, Ron Perlman, John DiMaggio, Shannon Purser, Keith David, Andy Richter and Conan O'Brien. David Sacks will be serving as showrunner.