VIDEO INTERVIEW: David Tennant Appears On Popcorn With Peter Travers



David Tennant was interviewed for Popcorn With Peter Travers, hosted by the renowned American film critic for ABC.

David was promoting his new show Marvel's Jessica Jones in which he plays the immoral villain Kilgrave, a man with the power of mind control who always gets what he wants, no matter what the cost to others. David talked about the moral implications of Kilgrave's gift and what drew him to the character. He also discussed his time playing the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who, his first professional role in an anti-smoking film and where he would visit if he could really time travel. He even managed (reluctantly) to burst into song for Travers' traditional end-of-interview musical finale!

Watch the full interview here:


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Marvel's Jessica Jones explores the life of a former superhero, the titular Jessica, forced into retirement following a prolonged period of abusive by her captor, Kilgrave. Now working as a private investigator in New York's Hell's Kitchen, she is horrified to discover while working on her latest case that Kilgrave is coming back to pick up where he left off. Jessica realises that she is the only person who can stop him. Jessica Jones is developed by Melissa Rosenberg from the original Alias comics series by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos.

Watch Marvel's Jessica Jones exclusively on Netflix - all 13 episodes available now.

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