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Tagged David Tennant

Ultimate Regeneration on eBay!

We’ve got a special offer on at the moment – if you’ve so far resisted the tempation to purchase our first book, Ultimate Regeneration, or found the standard price too expensive for your tastes, we have 5 copies available right now on eBay for just £9.99, with 10% of the sale price going to the…

Let’s De-Story Doctor Who!

We’re not really keen on showing the world just how dim some Doctor Who fans can be, but in this case we’ll make an exception, for the frankly barmy comment sent to the renowned Neil Gaiman after his episode The Doctor’s Wife. The popular writer recently updated his blog at NeilGaiman.com with a must-read question…

David the Vampire Hunter

Finally we’ve been treated to a nice big proper trailer of the remake of Fright Night, featuring some great footage of David Tennant in his role as magician tuned vampire hunter and honestly… it’s looking really good! Fright Night sees the story of Charlie Brewster, an all American teen whose life is forever changed when…

Much Ado About Reviewing

Careening onto the stage in a Union Jack clad golf buggy is one way to make an entrance. Naturally for a Shakespeare veteran David Tennant received the bulk of praise for Josie Rourke’s go-go 80’s update of William Shakespeare’s comedy Much Ado About Nothing. The adaptation, half high art, half sitcom pilot, sees the former…

Much Ado About Not Doctor Who

Amidst all the excitement and hype for the sure-to-be-brilliant interpretation of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing starring former Doctor Who duo David Tennant and Catherine Tate, one voice is bravely speaking out about why this production may not be entirely a good thing. Ian Shuttleworth of the Financial Times published a review the other…

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