David Tennant Review Of The Year: November / December 2016
We conclude our review of the year today with a look back at the months of November and December.
The big news of November was that David will be returning to the West End stage. He was announced as starring in Don Juan In Soho at London's Wyndham's Theatre and tickets went on sale shortly afterwards.
David was spotted on location in Stratford-upon-Avon and Nuneaton shooting the Daisy Aitkens rom com You, Me And Him. The film was shot on location in the Midlands throughout November and wrapped at the end of the month.
David also provided the soothing narration to a pair of films specially designed to bring calm to cats and dogs on Bonfire Night.
Whilst in Stratford-upon-Avon David visited the new RSC exhibition at The Swan and attended the Press Night for their latest spectacular, The Tempest.
David appeared in a series of radio programmes on BBC Radio 4 to celebrate the work of the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson.
It was also announced that David was on the shortlist for the Best Actor award at the BBC Audio Drama Awards for his role as Jimmy Porter in Look Back In Anger. His Big Finish Doctor Who series and Carmilla are also up for gongs. The winners will be announced early in the New Year.
David lent his voice to Reprieve's Last Word campaign.
December saw the first promotional image from the third series of Broadchurch revealed.
The photo shows David and Olivia Colman alongside new cast member Julie Hesmondhalgh. A very short glimpse of the show was also seen in the New For 2017 trailer from ITV.
Marvel's Jessica Jones was released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK and Australia and David was listed in Glamour's 100 Sexiest Men poll.
David travelled to Portland in Oregon, USA to begin shooting on the Dean Devlin thriller Bad Samaritan. Filming will continue until mid January 2017.
It was also announced that David will be a member of the voice cast for the eagerly anticipated Duck Tales reboot. David will be taking on the iconic role of the billionaire feathery fellow Scrooge McDuck.
The series is set to debut in 2017 on Disney XD and will also feature Scrooges nephew's Huey, Dewey and Louie played by Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, and Bobby Moynihan.
To read all the news from November click here.
To catch up on this month's news click here.