VIDEO & PHOTOS: David Tennant Appears On This Morning
David Tennant was a guest on This Morning, on ITV earlier today. He was in the London studio to discuss his hectic schedule for 2018 including the release of his new movies, You, Me And Him and Bad Samaritan and his new TV series Good Omens.
Check out the interview here courtesy of ITV:
You, Me And Him, which is produced by David's wife Georgia, will have it's European Premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival on Sunday. It goes on release across the UK on 12th April.
The film also stars Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay and is written and directed by Daisy Aitkens.
You, Me And Him is a lesbian romantic comedy about a couple at different points in their lives, the film follows a high-powered lawyer Olivia (Lucy Punch) who is nearly 40 and wants to start a family. However her free-wheeling younger partner Alex (Faye Marsay) doesn't share her urgency. What happens next involves recently-divorced neighbour John (David Tennant) and creates a tangled web of consequences, and pregnancies.
Bad Samaritan written by Brandon Boyce and directed by Dean Devlin will be released across the USA on 27th April.
Bad Samaritan follows two car valets, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, working at a high class restaurant, who hit upon the perfect scam - while their customers are inside dining, they use their cars to find out where they live so they can rob their houses. All is going well, until one night they target the wrong house and find that the owner, Cale Erendreich (David Tennant) has a dark secret.
David wrapped on Good Omens earlier this week, following a stint of filming in Cape Town, South Africa. The six part production had been shooting since September.
David plays the demon Crowley in the adaptation of the classic comedy novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Michael Sheen co-stars as his opposite number, the angel Aziraphale.
Following extensive post-production it will be released on Amazon worldwide in the first quarter of 2019. A terrestrial broadcast on BBC Two will follow later in the year. BBC Worldwide is currently handling distribution to other countries and details will be announced in due course.
Good Omens centres on an angel and a demon, Aziraphale and Crowley, who have been living on Earth since the Beginning. Putative foes, they are actually the only being that each could could call a friend. So when the countdown to the Apocalypse begins, both agree that they enjoy their comfortable life amongst humans far too much to let it go, and agree to do all in their power to avert the end of the world. The only snag is that someone has mislaid the Antichrist.