Showing posts from July, 2010

Stealing Shakespeare

David recently narrated a new documentary for BBC One. If you missed it you can catch up on the iPlayer here.

Stealing Shakespeare:
The remarkable story of how a 53-year-old rare book dealer from the North East of England became the centre of a mystery surrounding the disappearance of a long lost Shakespeare First Folio. The film follows bachelor Raymond Scott as he finds himself the focus of a worldwide investigation, involving the FBI, a Cuban fiancee and Durham CID.

EDIT: Added internation version for overseas fans to watch below.
Thanks to Vanessa.

Decoy Bride Update

Filming for Decoy Bride has been continuing across Scotland this week and for an amazingly informative insight in to the process we recommend that you read's blog about a day on location with the cast and crew here.
There's also a couple of new on set photos of David to be found here.

The Guardian Recommend Blackpool

The Guardian have today published a review of Blackpool on DVD, starring David Tennant.
Read it below:

Blackpool, the all-singing, all-action drama from 2004, features whipsmart dialogue and gripping chemistry between its three principal characters.
Perhaps it's the Glee effect, but Blackpool seems less weird now than when it was first broadcast, in 2004. At the time, many viewers balked at a crime drama in which the cast burst into hallucinatory song-and-dance numbers, Dennis Potter-style, at climactic moments. And it's hard to think of any other series that would run to an elaborate staging of the Smiths' The Boy With the Thorn in His Side, complete with a chorus line of twirling policemen, lip-synching tramps and a leering David Tennant.
The six-parter was written by Peter Bowker, with a cast led by David Morrissey, a pre-Doctor Who Tennant and Mistresses' Sarah Parish. Ostensibly a domestic whodunnit, Blackpool is really the portrait of Ripley Holden (Morrissey), a …

Hairy McClary On The iPad

Hairy McClary as narrated by David is now available for download on the iPad.

Auckland, NZ – Announcing Kiwa Media, the developer of Hairy Maclary From Donaldsons Dairy (QBook), has launched a remarkable new product for iPad users. The application is a unique, interactive, read-along QBook(TM) which combines a celebrity narrator’s voice, full page illustrations, touchable speaking text, to help young kids develop reading and comprehension skills in an entertaining way. QBook(TM) is a very popular teaching tool and has become the format of choice for many publishers.
Hairy Maclary From Donaldsons Dairy is an iconic bestseller, with over 1.5 million copies sold, written by one of New Zealand’s most popular authors, Lynley Dodd. Dodd has an instantly rewarding writing style as she takes Hairy the dog and his doggy friends exploring down their street. Tension arises however, when a terrible cat by the name of Scarface Claw enters the scene.
Youngsters love the verbal pacing us…

Headway Essex Reach £10,000!

Lots of good news comes from our friends at Headway Essex this morning!
They have raised an amazing £10,000 so far from the sales of the T Shirts and Pillow Cases designed by David! Thank you to all of you who have purchased one!
And if you haven't got one yet then what are you waiting for?!

and if you're one of our overseas fans then fear not as very soon you'll be able to get your hands on one too. Work is well underway for a new Headway Essex shop and PayPal system, so hang in there!!

And last but not least we've had a few queries about sizings of the T Shirts for kids and as you can see above the T Shirts are a fab idea for the younger fans amongst us too! Little Kurtis looks cool in his and is delighted to be wearing something designed by David!
He's wearing the small male size which is 37-39ins and seems to be the best size for kids to go for.

For full details and info on how to order click here.
And please pop by and visit Headway's Site here.

David Wins At The Constellation Awards

David has been named the winner of the Constellation Award for "Best Male Performance In A 2009 Science Fiction Television Episode" for his portrayal of the Doctor in the Doctor Who episode The Waters Of Mars. He scored 23% of the final vote.
Press Release follows:TORONTO, ONTARIO, FILM/TV AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT--(Marketwire - July 20, 2010) - The winners of the 2010 Constellation Awards, honouring the actors and producers behind Canada's favourite science fiction television series and movies, were announced this weekend at ceremonies held at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel.
In the film categories, actor Karl Urban ("Star Trek") won the trophy for "Best Male Performance", while his co-star Zoe Saldana won in the "Best Female Performance" category - although her win was for her role in 2009's other blockbuster sci-fi film, "Avatar". "Avatar"'s visual effects also took the win in the "Best Technical Accomp…

Decoy Bride Update

Filming on Decoy Bride moved to Scotland last week and David was interviewed on the set at Caerlaverock Castle by BBC Scotland. Watch the video below:

Meanwhile Universal Extras are looking for more people for background work on the film. For more information visit website or call 0845 0090344.

Fright Night Update

There's a new addition to the cast of one of David's latest film projects. Sandra Vergara will take on the role of David's character's girlfriend in Fright Night.
Colin Farrell, Toni Collette, Imogen Poots and Christopher Mintz-Plasse have also been announced as being part of the film.
Fright Night is due for release on 7th October 2011.

Decoy Bride Update

Filming on Decoy Bride continues this week with the location changing to Scotland.
Meanwhile you can wath an interview with David on Granada Reports from whilst he was filming on the Isle Of Man below:

Decoy Bride Update

David was interviewed by the BBC regional news programme North West Tonight on the set of Decoy Bride yesterday on the Isle Of Man.
Watch the interview below and see some screen caps of David on set here.

He also chatted to the island's radio station 3FM. You can listen to the interview here.

RSC Update

Above is a photo of the new seats being installed in the newly transformed Royal Shakespeare Theatre!
We wonder which one will have David's name on it?!
Read previous posts on the Take Your Seat Campaign here.

Decoy Bride Update

Filming for Decoy Bride is continuing on the Isle Of Man and today 3FM DJ Kelly Foran was down on set to catch up with David and the cast, check out DT's snazzy togs - we assume he was in character for this pic!

Fake Signed Items On eBay

It has come to our attention that a few fake items supposedly signed and or having belonged to David or have been worn by David are currently up for sale on the auction site eBay, some even have a 'genuine' letter from David with them.
David has checked them out and we can confirm that they are nothing to do with him.

Please be VERY careful what you are bidding for on eBay and think before you part with your hard earned cash.
If you would like a signed photo of David that you know for sure is genuine then you can get one in several ways:

Write to David at the address found here including a SAE.Donate to Headway Essex and get a fab signed card, details can be found here.Or check out eBays many charity run auctions at

Fright Night Update

Another of David's film projects, Fright Night, begins filming later this month and they are looking for extras to take part in various scenes.
The movie will be shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico which will stand in for Las Vegas.
On Location Casting is now accepting applications for extras.They are looking for some specific types too, including 18+ year olds to look like younger high school students, 16 to 17 year olds, various high school clique types: nerds, jocks, cheerleaders, Asians, stoners, etc., teacher types with professional attire, parents of high school students, Las Vegas Showgirls, poker players, vampire types, and more.If you're in the area, fill out an application here. On Location adds the one night of filming will be taking place in Los Angeles at: 1335 Willow St.
Thanks to Clara Morgan.

Decoy Bride Update

Filming is continuing on David's latest film project, Decoy Bride, and it has been announced that filming will also take place in Nithsdale.

The Dumfries And Galloway Standard report:
THE NATION’S favourite Dr Who is heading for Nithsdale.
And would-be movie stars are being offered the chance to appear on screen alongside David Tennant (right).
A host of stars will be on location near Dumfries for five or six days shooting key scenes for The Decoy Bride, a new romantic comedy.
Tennant will be joined by Kelly MacDonald who starred in Trainspotting, No Country for Old Men and Gosford Park; Alice Eve from Sex in the City 2; and Michael Urie, well known to Ugly Betty fans as Marc St James.
Although Annan’s Ashley Jensen is not among the stars, the Ugly Betty connection continues in the shape of Sheree Folkson who moves over from the TV series to direct The Decoy Bride.
No details of the location have yet been released but an appeal has gone out for extras.
“The company needs …

David At Legally Blonde

A few weeks back David attended a special performance of Legally Blonde at the Savoy Theatre in London. View some photos from the evening here. Find out more about Legally Blonde The Musical here.

A Year In The Spotlight eBook

The book David Tennant A Year In The Spotlight was published in November 2009 and is now available as an eBook (both Kindle or PDF). The book examines the media interest in the actor David Tennant. The eBook is 356 pages in length and is available online from either or on and all proceeds go to the cancer charity AICR which David Tennant supports. 2008 was a massive year for the actor David Tennant in terms of the press interest in him. He was the star of one of British television's leading dramas, Doctor Who, and he played theatre's most famous role, Hamlet, for the Royal Shakespeare Company which won excellent reviews from the critics. He also played in Love's Labour's Lost on stage, chose to announce that he was leaving Doctor Who live on national television, had to withdraw from Hamlet to have an operation days before the London press night but managed to return to the role for the final week of the run in half the usual…


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