David Tennant reminisces about his time as The Doctor, referring to the iconic character as “the geek hero.”
It’s official, fangirls. The 10th Doctor, David Tennant, will be reprising his role in Broadchurch on American TV.
David Tennant recently appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show to spill the beans about his upcoming project The Spies of Warsaw, along with those pesky rumors about the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary. Tennant admits that the BBC are afraid that he might give spoilers away …
Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it and for those who don’t (and many of us who do), Happy Doctor Who Christmas Special Day!
Christmas just came early (although it’s almost Christmas in the UK, isn’t it?). Thanks to the folks at Absolute Radio in the UK, we now have this wonderful Christmas play about the Nativity.
Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! That’s the sound of millions of fan girls collectively squealing over the news that David Tennant has finally and officially been confirmed for the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.
If you got past that headline without your head exploding, I’ll explain. In a Doctor Who meets Star Wars kind of way, David Tennant will be guest starring on this Saturday’s (November 10th) episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
David Tennant is once more gracing UK television sets. Not as the Doctor, but as a spokesperson for Virgin Media. Now, some media outlets are reporting that the BBC is angered about the Doctor Who references, but as those are generally tabloids (aka The Mirror), I’d take such reports with a grain of salt.
It’s official! HBO announced today that David Tennant has filmed several episodes for the second season of hit series Game of Thrones. I suppose that means that I can die happy now, right?
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