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 his time as showrunner and head writer on Doctor Who now up, Steven Moffat has been looking back at his time on the sci fi series and musing some what might have beens on Doctor Who The Fan Show.
One that such 'might have been' that will probably interest fans of David Tennant the most is what would have happened had David Tennant stayed on for Series 5. Something that Moffat says David "Thought very hard" about doing.
"David was just going through the, now, to me, very familiar angst about leaving," Steven says. "I went to talk to David and I ran him through what that series would be if it was him."
David did said that if he stayed it would definitely be his final series so Steven ran him through the plot for what would have been the last outing for the Tenth Doctor.
"My version of that series would be that the David Tennant Doctor would crash into the back garden about to regenerate, and little Amelia would help him back to the TARDI…
As we posted earlier this month, the enchanting animated movie Ferdinand is due to be released worldwide on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD later this spring. The film, which features the voices of David Tennant, John
Cena and Kate McKinnon, was one of the big winter features of 2017.
Australian retailers DVDLand now have the DVD and Blu-ray listed for release on 25th March 2018. Pre-order
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the Blu-ray here Ferdinand From 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios comes the huge
Christmas 2017 animated release Ferdinand, the story of a giant bull with a big
heart. Ferdinand (John Cena) prefers sitting quietly under a tree and smelling
the flowers to snorting and butting heads with the other bulls. After
being mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home.
Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate
adventure. Set in Spain, Ferdinand proves you can’t judge a bull by its cover.
The award winning movie Mad To Be Normal will be released on DVD in the USA on Tuesday 13th March. David Tennant stars as the controversial Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing in the film which premiered in Glasgow on 26th February last year.
Written and directed by Robert Mullan, Mad To Be Normal is based upon Laing's revolutionary work during the 1960s when he set up a medication-free treatment facility in London for people experiencing mental illness. The Kingsly Hall project allowed patients and medical staff to live alongside each other as equals and promoted talking therapies that encouraged patients to work through their psychosis. Although dismissed as dangerous by his peers at the time, Laing's methods went on to shape how mental health interventions are managed today.
The film also stars Elisabeth Moss, Gabriel Byrne and Michael Gambon and was produced by Gizmo Films with Bad Penny Productions, GSP Studios and LipSync.
David Tennant was one of the guest sitters in the first episode of the new series of Sky Arts Portrait Artist Of The Year. The first round of the 2018 competition saw David posing for three talented competitors who had just four hours to create his portrait. You can see some screencaps from the episode below, with the full gallery at this link.