The Good Omens TV series, adapted from Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's novel, is getting ever further into production, with photos of the first episode's readthrough and David Tennant and Michael Sheen's new hair hitting the internet last week. We also got some additional casting news, but today has brought us the first full look at the lead actors in their roles.Read More
Things We Saw Today: Neil Gaiman Gifts Us With Good Omens Series Pictures and a Lot of Terry Pratchett Emotions
Author Neil Gaiman shared pictures from the upcoming Good Omens BBC/Amazon miniseries and also paid homage to his co-author, the late, great word wizard Terry Pratchett.Read More
The above photo is as chilling as it is exciting. Despite talk to the contrary from early last year, Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that David Tennant will indeed be reprising the role of the sadistic villain, Kilgrave, on Season 2 of Jessica Jones.Read More
David Tennant and Stephen Colbert Play “Scrooge McDuck or Donald Trump,” And It’s Actually Pretty Difficult
David Tennant went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about the actor's many projects, from the new season of Doctor Who, the end of Broadchurch, and his upcoming role as Scrooge McDuck in Disney XD's DuckTales. There was, as with most things these days, a political undertone to each of these discussions.Read More
Then he danced, badly, across the burning line.
By now you've probably heard that Donald Trump addressed a gathering of thousands of young Boy Scouts and ranted at them about Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, the "fake news" media, the size of his electoral victory, and cocktail parties with real estate developers. It was a terrifying mess.Read More
The Doctor Who 50th anniversary special wasn't our last chance to get David Tennant and Billie Piper back together for some Doctor Who—and they're finally going to actually acknowledge each other/give us actual Rose Tyler rather than "the moment" this time! Always and forever, we will appreciate how easy time travel shows make it to slip in any additional adventure writers can dream up.Read More
"You're finally gonna sell us." - Louie
I was already filled with unreasonable amounts of glee when Disney XD released this video of the stars of their DuckTales reboot singing the iconic theme song, but I was not prepared for the joy brought about by the first trailer for the new show, which premieres this summer. Check it out above!Read More
"If you have the right people telling the right stories then it's absolutely a possibility," the tenth doctor says.Read More
David Tennant offered words of comfort--and a call to action, on the TV show The Last Leg. "It’s all going to be okay," he said. "Trust me, I’m a Doctor. But it’s up to us to make it okay."Read More
Broadchurch fans, get ready: your faves are coming back for the show's next and final season.Read More
This Video of the DuckTales Reboot Cast Singing the Show’s Theme Is Driving Me Quackers, Let Me Tell You
Stars. Stars everywhere.
Disney XD unveiled the DuckTales reboot voice cast lineup by having them sing the show's theme. Includes: David Tennant, Kate Micucci, Danny Pudi, and more.Read More
Doctor Who's David Tennant has lent his voice to lots of projects, from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and BBC pet shows, but did you know he's also voiced video to soothe cats and dogs when they're stressed?Read More
Oh yeah, and they talk about Shakespeare, too.
I knew I couldn't be the only American Whovian whose brain constantly went to the "Who's on First?" place when thinking about Doctor Who. In a recent promo for The Late Show, Stephen Colbert and guest David Tennant get into a wonderfully confusing chat about a role that Tennant is famous for. Check it out above.Read More
"Donna! We're on."
You know what? I could do with the new Tenth Doctor Adventures audio drams just never coming, but not because I'm not excited about them. I'd just settle for clips and trailers every few months so that I can always live in a world where there's more David Tennant/Catherine Tate Doctor Who just on the horizon.Read More
Krysten Ritter Reveals Jessica’s Mindset in Jessica Jones Season 2, Melissa Rosenberg Talks Kilgrave
Still flying high on that Jessica Jones renewal news? We are too, and we've already got a few small details on what we can expect from Season 2.Read More
Natalie Dormer, David Tennant, Tom Hiddleston and a Crap-Ton of Other Stars Reenact their Fave Star Wars Scenes
HEY REMEMBER STAR WARS?
In celebration of the Force Awakens' imminent release (deep breaths, Carolyn, deep breaths), MTV has compiled together clips of actors, directors, and screenwriters reenacting some of their favorite Star Wars scenes.Read More
“I’m not torturing you. Why would I? I love you,“ says Jessica Jones villain Kilgrave. From his perspective, it’s clear that he’s a romantic hero. In his world, the effort he put into setting up another meeting with Jessica to declare his love for her—a meeting that only came to pass after stalking, committing murder, and getting an entire station of police officers to aim guns at each other—should be recognized, and Jessica is at fault for not acknowledging how perfect he is for her.Read More
I've seen two reactions to the idea of Jessica Jones fans framing its antagonist Kilgrave as a potential romantic interest: abject disgust, or shameful participation. Almost all of the reactions I've seen have been in the former category, though, and they've been vehement.Read More
Happy Anniversary, Relativity!
This month marks the 100th Anniversary of Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, and over at Albert Einstein's YouTube channel (he has a YouTube channel), there's an awesome animated short over which David Tennant's dulcet Scottish tones explain the theory in a way even non-science geeks can understand.Read More
"Allons-y, allons-NO." -Donna, probably, at some point.
I have a confession to make: When I watched David Tennant's tenure on Doctor Who for the first time, I did not appreciate Donna properly. In fact, I was irritated when she came back to the show after appearing a year earlier for a single episode. However, upon further evaluation and arguments from a former Mary Sue editor and friend, I've really come to miss her, and I'm so glad to have her back in some new audio dramas.Read More