Showing posts from October, 2012

Watch The First Clip Of Nativity 2 Danger In The Manger

Thanks to Entertainment One we are excited to be able to bring you this hilarious clip of David Tennant in action as Mr. Peterson in the brilliant new film Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger!

About the film:

An anxious teacher starts a new job at an under-achieving school and quickly finds himself struggling to cope with a wild classroom assistant, a group of under-performing kids and his own very pregnant wife. He soon becomes embroiled in a madcap plan to enter a National ‘Song for Christmas’ Competition and finds himself embarking on a disastrous road trip in search of the competition venue – the ‘Christmas Castle’. Lost in the wilderness with a class of small children, a baby and a donkey, he has to stand up, face his fears and try to lead them not only to safety, but victory. Nativity 2 is part action adventure, part musical and has all the comedy, warmth and heart that audiences love. Nativity! 2 Danger In The Manger is released in cinemas across the UK on 23rd November 2012.

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Win Tickets To The Premiere Of Nativity 2 Danger In The Manger Courtesy Of Little Chef

Do you fancy getting your hands on some fab Nativity 2 Danger In The Manger goodies? Or maybe even walking the red carpet at the film's star studded premiere? Well thanks to Little Chef you could!
To celebrate the film's release on 23rd November they are giving away some amazing prizes including:

- Nativity 2 Danger in the Manger! Premiere Tickets
- Snow Globes
- White Water Rafting Experiences
- Nativity! DVDs
- Warwick Castle Family Tickets
They also have a fab activity sheet for little ones to download!

To enter the competition and download the activity sheet click here! And good luck!

David Tennant Is A Real Style Icon Says Gok Wan

He may have missed out on being crowned Spectacle Wearer Of The Year at last night's Specsavers' ceremony, but David Tennant's fashion sense has been given the thumbs up by the awards host Gok Wan.
Speaking to Sofeminine Gok says:
"David Tennant is actually a real style icon. I think he embodies that whole kind of geeky British thing and it’s great. He gets it right."
Read Gok's full interview here.

Wednesday's Halloween Treat - Vampire Stories Read By David Tennant

Happy Halloween everyone! Continuing with our Halloween treats here's a spooktacularly scary selection of stories about vampires read by David Tennant....

Dead Persons In Hungry
David Tennant reads Antoine Calmet's accounts of real Vampires, gathered from people across Europe who believed they had seen the creatures with their own eyes.
The Family Of The Vordalak
Gorcha sets off on a mysterious mission but tells his family not to accept him if he should return after 10 days - for then he will be a vampire.

The Horla
Guy de Maupassant's striking psychological tale enters the world of the Vampire and how it corrupts and destroys the brain.

Luella Miller
Luella Miller seems incapable of helping herself. But everyone who comes to her aid soon ails and dies in their efforts. 
ClarimondeIn this true struggle between good and evil, heaven and hell, Theophile Gautier creates a whirlwind world of sensuality, seduction and rampant vampirism. 
Bewitched Bewitched by Edith Wharton. Saul still go…

Tuesday's Halloween Treat - The Tenth Doctor's Scariest Foes

Continuing with our scary stuff theme for Halloween we bring you a selection of photos of the most frightening foes faced by David's Doctor during his time in the Tardis.
Which do you find the most scary? Fans over on our Facebook page are scared stiff by the Weeping Angels! But who gets your vote?

David Tennant Is Top Talent For Freeview Viewers

David Tennant has come out top of an anniversary poll conducted to mark the tenth anniversary of TV provider Freeview.
David was voted the favourite new TV talent of the last ten years.
The survey of 2000 Freeview viewers also voted Downton Abbey as the top show launched in the period, with The Inbetweeners and Sherlock in second and third place. Also listed were The Apprentice and The X Factor, with Come Dine With Me in sixthplace , followed by Gavin & StaceyPlanet Earth and Dancing on Ice.
Catch up services were voted as the most popular technological development of recent years.
Ilse Howling, MD of Freeview, said: "From Downton to Dragon's DenSherlock to Shameless, the last ten years have been a golden era for TV viewers. Now that Digital Switchover has completed, the whole country can receive Freeview and Freeview HD which means universal access to the most-watched TV shows without the need for a subscription.

"The rapid pace of technological change has offe…

Win A Rafting Trip And Cinema Tickets In River Island's Nativity 2 Competition

RiverIsland and the National White Water Centre in Snowdonia, North Wales have a great prize up for grabs in their Nativity 2 competition
RiverIsland say: To celebrate the release of Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger!, we’re giving away a white water rafting trip and tickets to see the film for a family of six. One winner and their family will get to spend the day at the National White Water Centre in Snowdonia, Wales (where scenes from Nativity 2 were filmed) before drying off and heading to the cinema to watch the film.
Click here to visit the RiverIsland website and enter the competition
For more information about the National White Water Centre click here
About Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger
An anxious teacher starts a new job at an under-achieving school and quickly finds himself struggling to cope with a wild classroom assistant, a group of under-performing kids and his own very pregnant wife. He soon becomes embroiled in a madcap plan to enter a National ‘Song for Christmas’ Compe…

BBC Books Plan Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebrations

The Bookseller reports that BBC Books are planning to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who with a whole range of new releases, which will include a re-release of the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble story, Beautiful Chaos, complete with retro style cover!
It will be part of the "first official piece of anniversary publishing" according to BBC Books editorial director Albert DePetrillo, and will be included within the publication of 11 classic Doctor Who novels with a new, "little bit retro, but fresh" look. All are published on 7th March 2013, with titles including Beautiful Chaos by Gary Russell, Festival of Death by Jonathan Morris,Ten Little Aliens by Stephen Cole, Dreams of Empire by Justin Richards and Only Human by Gareth Roberts. There is one book for each of the 11 Doctors, which have included Christopher Eccleston, Tom Baker and David Tennant, with Matt Smith currently occupying the role. Each will be a £7.99 B-format paperback.

In April, three £6.99, ma…

Monday's Halloween Treat - David Tennant Fright Night Screen Caps

As it's Halloween this week...mwhahaha... etc 
We thought we'd treat you to some devilishly good David Tennant treats!
Today's spooky surprise is a collection of screen caps featuring David Tennant from his Hollywood horror movie Fright Night.
Click here for the pics!

Matt Smith Says His First Doctor Was David Tennant

Doctor Who actor Matt Smith recently took part in an interview with Den Of Geek to promote the DVD release of Series 7 Part 1 of Doctor Who, during which he spoke briefly about David Tennant being the first Doctor that he watched.
He says:

You mention watching past multi-Doctor episodes; have you pretty well immersed yourself in the show’s history now?
Yeah! As soon as I got the job, I went through tonnes and tonnes - I got them to send me pretty much every episode that I could get my hands on. So I went through Troughton, Pertwee, Baker, a bit of Hartnell... So I’ve dipped in. I hate to say, I’ve never watched really any Colin Baker episodes.
My first Doctor, and I told him this, was David [Tennant]. I did it the wrong way round! I watched all of David’s stuff and all of Chris’s stuff, and then I went backwards... I was always aware of Doctor Who, but I didn’t grow up with it.

You can read the full interview with Matt over on Den Of Geek here.

Not The Next Doctor

David Morrisey has revealed to the press that he was asked to pretend he was set to replace David Tennant as the Doctor in Doctor Who. The Sun reports:
David Morrisey was lined up to star in the BBC show’s 2008 Christmas special at the same time the programme’s then-star David Tennant announced he intended to quit. Show boss Russell T Davies asked David if they could pretend he was set to replace Tennant as the Time Lord since the special was titled The Next Doctor. David was even banned from telling his family the truth – leaving his children wondering whether they would be forced to relocate to Wales, where the show is filmed. The role was eventually given to Matt Smith. David said: “It was nine months of my life that was hell. “Russell said to me, ‘You can’t tell anyone’. I said, ‘OK, but I can tell my kids?’ and he went, ‘No! They could tell someone in the playground’. So for nine months, my kids were like, ‘Are we moving to Cardiff?’”

David Tennant Attends Sandra Dickinson's Charity Cook Off

David Tennant was amongst guests who attended Sandra Dickinson's Charity Cook Off at Pissaro in Chiswick last night. Sandra's husband Mark Osmond was competing against Bruce Robinson and Duncan Bannatyne to find out who could create the best pasta sauce.
Guests were the judges who tasted their food and then voted for the winner. With Duncan Bannatyne, pictured above with David, being crowned top Chef!
All proceeds from the evening are to be distributed to the winning chef's charity of choice. No charity was left empty handed as the money will be split based upon the votes received by each chef.
The charities the chef's were competing for were Mary's Meals, Action for Children and RNLI.

Photo thanks to @DuncanBannatyne

Fan Reaction: Comedy World Cup

Over the past seven weeks David Tennant has been hosting Comedy World Cup on Channel 4.
Now that the series is over we asked for your opinions on the show and David's role as host.

Here's a selection of what some of David's fans had to say on our Facebook and Twitter pages: From Facebook:

Antonia Mac Absolutley loved it and David was super brilliant, and funny. The programme always made me laugh, and made my saturday nights, gonna miss watching the show! X

Marina GillettDavid was a great presenter. Would watch it again and again xx
Kaz Karen Granthamexcellent host yeah the family loved it even the 8yr old :D
Alasdair BlissAbsolutely incredible. That's All it is. A full ride if excitement with David Tennet from start to finish. Makes the X factor look like a documentary.
Caz StreeterI love watching David as an actor, he's incredibly talented, but don't think he makes a great presenter :/


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