BAD SAMARITAN: More Plot Details For New David Tennant Feature Film



David Tennant has been added to the IMDB entry for the Dean Devlin directed thriller Bad Samaritan. The film is listed under its alternate title, No Good Deed. 


David plays a villainous role in the feature which centres on two young car valets who use their business as a front to case the homes of their wealthy clients with a view to burgling them. The scam is working out well for them, until one day they target the wrong house. According to IMDB, the pair of burglars stumble across a woman being held captive in a home they intended to rob. 

Bad Samaritan is written by Brandon Boyce and goes into production in a few weeks time. As well as directing, Dean Devlin will be producing the company through his own company Electric Entertainment along with co-producers Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan. Production will take place around Greater Portant Oregon and the movie is expected in cinemas during 2017.

David Tennant is currently completing work on the third and final series of Broadchurch which has been shooting in the UK's West Country since May. He is also expected to film the role of John in the Daisy Aitkens-penned rom com Fish Without Bicycles.




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