Tuesday, 29 June 2010

David Tennant begins shooting 'The Decoy Bride'

David Tennant has started shooting the romantic comedy on location in the Isle of Man, and shooting will move to Scotland. Production reportedly started on Saturday and is expected to go on for five weeks. Michael Urie has also joined the cast of The Decoy Bride, and you can follow his Tweets for updates on the shoot. The Ex-Isle Film Agency is also looking for film extras and you can get more information about casting here. A film synopsis is below:

The former Doctor Who stars alongside fellow Scot Kelly MacDonald and Alice Eve, who played Charlotte's nanny in Sex And The City 2.

David plays British writer James, who is engaged to internationally famous film star Lara (Alice), who decide to get married on a remote Scottish island when their wedding is sabotaged by a paparazzo.

Lara's manager Steve - played by Ugly Betty star Michael Urie - has less than 24 hours to transform the ancient, dilapidated island into the fairytale setting for a wedding and persuade local girl Katie (Kelly) to stand in as a decoy bride when the paparazzo tracks them down.

But when James meets Katie sparks fly and even more starts to go wrong.

The comedy was written by Neil Jaworski and Smack The Pony's Sally Phillips, who also takes a supporting role.

It is directed by Ugly Betty's Sheree Folkson, who previously directed David in TV comedy drama Casanova. [Press Association]

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