david tennant's smile


Pre-ruffle, mid-ruffle, and post-ruffle Tenth Doctor Hair

David Tennant from the podcast commentary for Tooth and Claw (from the hair-messing-up scene above):

“I love the way Euros [Lyn, director] uses all these shots here to show the ideas all colliding at once

…and I love messing with my hair in moments like this, because it gives Steve, who does my make-up, a nightmare in continuity terms.

I like to keep him on his toes.”

David Tennant Appreciation Week 2016 (theme: smile - because it makes me)

David Tennant’s beautiful baddies for Tennant Tuesday
(or whatever day this post may find you)

  • The Bill
  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 
  • Secret Smile 
  • Marvel’s Jessica Jones 
  • St. Trinian’s 2

Nevermind The Buzzcocks - Doctor Who Christmas Special


Detectives Carlisle, Hardy, and Carver (part three)
from Blackpool, Broadchurch, and Gracepoint

Dressing/undressing, talking on his cell phone, and smiling

[ The 3 DIs Part One ]  [ The 3 DIs Part Two ]


David Tennant, Billie Piper, and Russell T. Davies at the BAFTAs in 2006 (for Throwback Thursday)


David Tennant in Sweet Night Good Heart (x)

“Engagement Kiss” - Digital Oil Painting

Tentoo finally worked up the nerve to pull that little velvet box out of his pocket (he’d been carrying it around for weeks) and ask Rose the question that he’d once asked before, a universe ago.

“How long are you gonna stay with me?”

This is NOT a Photoshop filter, every stroke is painted by me.

I mean, I’ve worked obviously the most with Matt [on Doctor Who], so I felt not only the most comfortable; we got on extremely well, we had a lot of fun together.

When I worked with David, he had already made the decision that that season was going to be the last for him. He knew that he was going to be going, so I think that he was carrying that with him when I was working with him. Also, he didn’t quite know who [River] was. It was sort of very intriguing. So there was a different energy working with David.

And Peter, poor guy, his season was so dark that I think he was just thrilled to do a screwball comedy, which is what that episode essentially was. And so, we had a lot of fun. We really did. And Peter is a really fantastic comic actor. He’s got great experience in comedy, which sort of hadn’t really been explored in Doctor Who yet. And so, I think he really enjoyed himself, and I had a great time working with him. He was fantastic.

—  Alex Kingston on working with various Doctors (x)