i liked gridlock


Only a truly great actor can make grief over the fact an enormous face has stopped moving convincing. Bravo, David Tennant.


Behind the Scenes of Gridlock

Excerpts from DWM 382, as reported by Jason Arnopp

David is suffering more sonic-related misfortune. Amateur kidnappers Milo and Cheen have swiped Martha, slamming the door in his face as they flee. He sonics the lock, pulls the handle, tugs frantically… but it’s no good, the door is locked, for real.  “Useless!” he hoots, snapping out of character. Strolling over to DWM, he shrugs, “To be honest, me and Martha have only just met.  It’s no skin off my nose…”

Russell T. Davies: “On the day of Boe’s death scene, David actually texted me from set, to say how ridiculously sad it was!  A great big lump of animatronic latex, and everyone felt sorry for him!

Part 2 of the Gridlock Behind-the-scenes posts is here:  [two]  [three]  [four]
All of my previous behind-the-scenes photoset posts can be found here.