Monday, 18 June 2012

David Tennant: project news and updates


Leith, camera, action: Proclaimers musical to become a film
Sunshine on Leith, the hit musical based on The Proclaimers’ songs, is to be turned into a film with David Tennant and Billy Connolly tipped for key roles.

A huge song and dance routine will be filmed on Calton Hill in Edinburgh this autumn, with as many as 1,000 extras taking part.

Former Doctor Who star Tennant has already expressed his interest in the role, and it is understood producers are keen to draft in Annie Lennox and the “Big Yin.”
Tennant is a huge fan of the band, highlighting them in an appearance on Desert Island Discs.

Though casting has yet to take place, it is hoped the film will debut at the Edinburgh film festival next year.
Read more at Deadline News 
Also reported by The Scotsman




Doctor Who star David Tennant films BBC drama in Watford
Former Doctor Who star David Tennant is not known for being camera shy but did his best to keep his head down while filming in Watford on Friday.

The 41-year-old Scot was spotted outside Christ Church on St Albans Road filming scenes for his latest project – a three-part BBC drama series.
Tennant, wearing a dark suit and a white shirt, sat in an Audi saloon car before running for cover the moment filming was completed.
The drama, titled The Politician’s Husband, is expected to air on BBC 2 in 2013.
Source (with photo): Watford Observer
 

News updates from David Tennant On Twitter: 

  • Shakespeare Unlocked
TenAlpsplc has announced that Prefaces to Shakespeare has been renamed Shakespeare Unlocked. The series begins on Tuesday 19th June on BBC Four and David Tennant's episode about Hamlet is likely to broadcast on Tuesday 10th July. 
More details here
  • James Bond audio collection
Ian Fleming.com has announced that David Tennant will read On Her Majesty's Secret Service in a new audio collection of Ian Fleming's classic Bond novels due to be released on Thursday 6th September. Pre-orders will be available from 1st August.
  • Fright Night
Fright Night has its UK television première on Friday 22nd June. More details here
  • Shakespeare iPad app
The Shakespeare Sonnets app for iPads was due for release on Monday 11 June but it has been delayed until Thursday 28th June.
The Shakespeare Sonnets iPad app (with some read by David Tennant) will also be released on DVD. It can be pre-ordered from this link 


News updates source: David Tennant On Twitter

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