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.
Good news for David Tennant's American fans who are eagerly awaiting the return of Broadchurch to their shores, BBC America have today confirmed that they will begin showing the third and final series of the drama this summer. The exact date and time are still to be confirmed.
Penned by acclaimed writer Chris Chibnall, the new season of Broadchurch, the UK's multi award-winning drama sees David Tennant and Olivia Colman reprise their roles as the dynamic duo DI Alec Hardy and DS Ellie Miller, as they are called in to investigate a new case - the brutal sexual assault of a local woman, Trish Winterman.
Three years have passed in a town that will never forget; but times change. The local newspaper, once the backbone of Broadchurch, is facing closure, and DI Alec Hardy with DS Ellie Miller are about to take on a case that reopens old wounds and divides the town in ways they could never have predicted.
What dark secrets still lie buried in a town that has been so closely examined…
As we previously announced, David Tennant will be making an appearance at Awesome Con in Washington DC on Saturday 17th June. The organisers have now announced that he will also be present on Sunday 18th between 10am-2pm ET.
Unfortunately David's VIP tickets have already sold out, but the organisers say that the additional hours mean that autograph and photo opportunity tickets will sell out less quickly. Autograph tickets will only be available for purchase at the event. Information about photo ops will be communicated a few weeks before the show including
all on sale dates and prices, hopefully around mid to the end of May.
Awesome Con takes place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt Vernon Pl in Washington, DC on the weekend of 16-18 June. Other attendees include Billie Piper, Catherine Tate and John Barrowman.
For more information visit www.awesomecon.com
It's been revealed today that the last ever episode of Broadchurch has become the most watched TV show of 2017 so far.
A whopping 11.6 million tuned in to ITV on Easter Monday 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…
A new clip of David Tennant in his latest film Mad To Be Normal has been uploaded to the official Facebook page.
Check it out below:
Mad To Be Normal sees David Tennant star as Ronnie Laing, the world-renowned Scottish psychiatrist whose use of unconventional methods to treat people with mental illnesses drew the the ire of fellow professionals and general society. The film also stars Elisabeth Moss, Michael Gambon, Gabriel Byrne and Adam Paul Harvey and was written and directed by Robert Mullan, Laing's official biographer.
Visit www.madtobenormalmovie.com for details of further screenings in the UK and elsewhere.
The night before the first public performance, you’re actually in the theatre, doing technical rehearsals and making sure everything runs smoothly. It’s all very busy – it’s not a night off. But I think that’s best because, for me, it’s really an exercise in panic management. You’re trying to convince your brain that it’s possible to remember a sequence of words and movements in front of 850 people without having a heart attack. I don’t think I’d want to be sitting at home trying to be calm, because I’m sure that wouldn’t work.
The whole challenge is convincing yourself that you’re not going to forget your lines or wet yourself or whatever. You start rehearsing these little speeches in your head, where you have to apologise to the audience because you can’t carry on and you’re going to have to go to your dressing room and have a little cry.
You can be rehearsing those speeches while you’re actually on stage, saying your lines. It’s all mind games, really.