Welcome to DavidTennant-Fan.com, your ultimate fansource for all things David Tennant. You may know David from his time as The Tenth Doctor from 'Doctor Who' or more recently as DI. Alec Hardy in the Bafta winning 'Broadchurch'. David is currently filming 'Jessica Jones' as the comic book character Zebediah Killgrave/The Purple Man. Here you will find the latest news, images, videos, and much more on David. We are home to the largest David Tennant gallery in the www with over 39,000 pictures including photoshoots, screen caps, film stills and appearances.

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I have a brand new layout here and in the gallery. Hope you guys like it! I have also updated the gallery with loads of magazine/press scans and some movie screen caps, see below:

490+ x Bright Young Things screen caps
025 x Bright Young Things, behind the scenes screen caps
002 x Rhod Gilbert stills
014 x TV Quick
024 x TV Times
004 x Woman’s Weekly
005 x Daily Express
002 x Saturday (Daily Express Supplement)

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Everyone at David Tennant Fan and all the visitors wish David a Happy 44th Birthday! Hope he has a fantastic day!


I have added over 400 screen caps of the 2011 film, which also starred Alice Eve.

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Netflix’s superhero series Daredevil may have only hit the internet last Friday, but we’re already getting a sneak peek at their next Marvel programme – starring a certain former Time Lord…


New pictures have emerged from the set of A.K.A. Jessica Jones showing David Tennant’s villain Kilgrave in a heated conversation with series star Jessica (Krysten Ritter) – but for a character known as The Purple Man in the comics the series is based on, he looks a bit, you know, flesh-coloured.


That said, the former Doctor Who star does sport a rather natty purple tie in one other image, so perhaps there’s hope for him yet – and we’re sure the comic-book character’s mind-control powers and dark past with former superhero-turned-private eye Jessica Jones will remain, whatever his skin colour.

Elsewhere, the new pictures introduce Mike Colter’s Luke Cage, in the comics a wrongly-convicted prison inmate subjected to an experiment that gave him super-strength and unbreakable skin. From the images, Cage appears to be an ally of Jones (or just her getaway man), and you can expect to see him take a considerable role in the series as Netflix are planning to set the character up for his own spin-off.

Finally, we also get to see a bit more of Breaking Bad’s Ritter, whose version of Jessica Jones seems to involve a lot of hoodies and leather, but who also seems to have taken some punishment in images where her face is covered in scratches. It couldn’t be from that nice David Tennant, surely…



I have added the five remaining episode screen caps of Gracepoint to the gallery. UK viewers if you haven’t seen the show don’t look at screen caps in case of spoilers. Episode six, seven, eight, nine and ten.

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I have added screen caps from episode 4 and episode 5 of US drama ‘Gracepoint’. UK viewers if you have not seen these two episodes and don’t wish to be spoiled then do not look.

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If your in the UK and haven’t seen all of Gracepoint yet then please don’t click on the links to the gallery screen caps because of spoilers. Episode 1, 2 and 3 screen caps from the US version of Broadchurch are now in the gallery.

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I finally got around to adding the screen caps from the 2009 production of Hamlet to the gallery.

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The Royal Shakespeare Company will bring its productions of Richard II, Henry IV Parts I & II and Henry V to the Barbican this Winter, as the collaboration between the companies extends a further five years.

Recent WhatsOnStage Award winner David Tennant will return to the role of Richard II, while Antony Sher and Jasper Britton reprise Falstaff and Henry IV respectively in the Henry IV plays, and Alex Hassell plays Prince Hal/Henry V.

Gregory Doran, RSC artistic director, said: “We have loved being back at the Barbican and I am thrilled to give London audiences the very first opportunity to see all four History plays together in repertoire.”

The RSC season, which runs from 7 November to 24 January under the banner King and Country: Shakespeare’s Great Cycle of Kings, forms part of the Barbican’s programme marking 400 years since Shakespeare’s death in 2016.

Other highlights include Toneelgroep Amsterdam’s Kings of War (22 April and 1 May 2016), directed by Ivo van Hove, which reimagines Henry V, Henry VI and Richard III as modern-day political leaders.

And Malthouse Theatre’s The Shadow King will transport King Lear to the “story-rich and resource-laden terrain” of northern Australia.

‘This is a hugely exciting time for the Barbican’ (Nicholas Kenyon)

Elsewhere, Complicite will continue their longstanding relationship with the Barbican when they present The Encounter, based on the story of explorer Loren McIntyre’s search for the source of the Amazon River in 1969.

Inspired by Petru Popescu’s novel Amazon Beaming, the play, which runs from 12 February to 6 March 2016, is directed and performed by Complicite artistic director Simon McBurney.

Told by an Idiot also return to the Barbican with a Christmas revival of their 2013 children’s show Get Happy (17-30 December 2015).

The music programme includes The Dark Mirror – Zender’s Winterreise (12-14 May 2016), a “theatrical version” of Schubert’s song cycle featuring Ian Bostridge and the Britten Sinfonia, staged by Netia Jones.

And the film programme includes Beckett on Screen, complementing the Theatre’s International Beckett season in June, screening four programmes of 11 rarely shown Samuel Beckett plays.

The Barbican also announced today that its audience numbers for the past year exceeded 1.2million, higher than the 1.1million who attended in the 2012 Olympic year.

Nicholas Kenyon, the venue’s managing director, said: “This is a hugely exciting time for the Barbican as we look to the future. The next five years will transform our offer to audiences.”



The Tenth Doctor and his Companion Rose Tyler will be reuniting in the City of Brotherly Love. In an announcement exclusively revealed to Blastr, we’ve learned that Doctor Who stars David Tennant and Billie Piper will be saying “Allons-y to Philly,” and appearing together on stage at Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con this May.

The appearance marks the first time Tennant and Piper have been on stage together in the U.S. at a fan event. Further, while Piper has been a guest at cons in the states, this is only Tennant’s third North American convention ever (the second was Wizard World Raleigh Comic Con last weekend, and the first was his 2009 panel at San Diego Comic-Con — which was more of a media appearance, and didn’t include autograph and photo opportunities).

The news comes just two days after Tennant admitted on stage in Raleigh, and exploded Whovian fandom in the meanwhile, that “Rose was a girlfriend … even if they didn’t say it.” The enormity of the announcement for fandom also increases when one considers 2015 is the tenth (yes, Tenth!) anniversary of the return of Doctor Who. Of course, beyond Doctor Who, talk at the con will most certainly include Tennant’s casting as the villain in the upcoming Netflix show Marvel’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones, and Piper’s second season on Penny Dreadful — not to mention Harry PotterBroadchurch and Secret Diaries of a Call Girl.

Organizers for Wizard World Comic Con additionally shared that Piper would only be appearing on Sunday, so the duo’s panel will be held that day. And in the interest of full disclosure, I have been hired previously as a guest and host for Wizard World cons — though I’d be pretty psyched about this news regardless.

David Tennant and Billie Piper join Nathan Fillion, Stephen Amell, Hayley Atwell, Ben McKenzie, Kevin Conroy and more genre favorites for Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con, held May 7-10 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. More information and tickets can be acquired at the Wizard World website.


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