|Spoiles sobre el futuro de David Tennant en DW
||[Oct. 30th, 2008|12:32 am]
David Tennant en español
Como siempre cuando ocurre alguna noticia espectacular en el fandom, yo estoy siempre ocupada o sin conexión y no he tenido tiempo de ver las noticias claramente, pero x_rose_tyler_x me lo comentó, y como está ocupada copio y pego de Mundo Doctor Who.
David Tennant ha ganado el premio a mejor actor de los NTA y en vez de agradecernoslo como Dios manda, nos da la noticia de que nos abandona. Así es, David no seguirá encarnando al Doctor en la quinta temporada de la serie. En verdad es algo que se veía venir, son muchos años ya (por lo menos para una serie británica y un personaje de esas características).
En las declaraciones de David ha confirmado su salida, pero también ha dejado claro que se siente orgulloso de la serie, y que le ha encantado trabajar en ella, y esa es una de las razones de su marcha, siente que si sigue llegará el momento en el que tenga demasiado miedo de marcharse (algo que también dijo Billie Piper). Prefiere marcharse ahora, y no seguir para acabar cansando al espectador.
Pero no todo es tan malo, porque todavía podremos disfrutar del Doctor Ten en los cuatro especiales que tienen preparados para este año, el primero se emitirá en navidades.
Desde esta comunidad, primera en español (que ya es triste que comienze con esta noticia) le deseamos a David Tennant un futuro lleno de éxitos (esperemos que de calidad y no de taquillazos Hollywoodienses). Lo cierto es que David ha demostrado ser un actor muy trabajador, ha hecho el esfuerzo de seguir con los especiales de DW, a pesar de estar ocupado con las obras de teatro Hamelt y Love Labour's Lost.
A lo mejor ahora sin tanto estrés puede descansar más y comer un poco más que lo necesita.
David Tennant is to stand down as Doctor Who, after becoming one of the most popular Time Lords in the history of the BBC science fiction show.
Tennant stepped into the Tardis in 2005, and will leave the role after four special episodes are broadcast next year.
He made the announcement after winning the outstanding drama performance prize at the National Television Awards.
"When Doctor Who returns in 2010 it won't be with me," he said.
"Now don't make me cry," he added.
"I love this part, and I love this show so much that if I don't take a deep breath and move on now I never will, and you'll be wheeling me out of the Tardis in my bath chair."
Three years was "about the right time" to play the role, he told the BBC.
"I think it's better to go when there's a chance that people might miss you, rather than to hang around and outstay your welcome," he said.
His stint in the show had been "the most extraordinary time, it's been bewildering, life changing, very exciting", he said.
"And just so much fun, such a great show to work on.
"That's one of the reasons I think it's right to take a deep breath and bow out when it's still fun, when it's a novelty.
"I don't ever want it to feel like a job, so I want to move on when it still feels exciting and fresh and that means I'll miss it."
Tennant, the 10th actor to play the Doctor Who, left fans guessing about his return at the end of the latest series.
In the last episode, in July, the Doctor had to defeat his enemies the Daleks to save the universe.
Almost 10 million people watched as the Time Lord apparently started the process of regeneration - but did not complete it.
Tennant will appear in a Christmas special, titled The Next Doctor, before filming four more specials in January.
"They'll be the four last stories that I do," he said.
In a sign of his popularity, he was voted best drama performer in a public vote at the National Television Awards.
He has been named most popular actor at the same ceremony for the past two years. That prize has been discontinued this year.
An average of 8.1 million people a week watched the latest series - the fourth since it made a comeback in 2005 - in its Saturday evening slot on BBC One.
Mr Davies, executive producer, said: "I've been lucky and honoured to work with David over the past few years - and it's not over yet, the Tenth Doctor still has five spectacular hours left!
"After which, I might drop an anvil on his head. Or maybe a piano. A radioactive piano. But we're planning the most enormous and spectacular ending, so keep watching."
A fifth series of the show is scheduled for 2010.
Tennant replaced Christopher Eccleston, who resurrected the show after a 16-year break.
Tennant made his name in TV dramas such as Blackpool and Casanova.
He started his career in theatre and in recent months has returned to the stage with well-received performances in Hamlet and Love's Labour's Lost for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
In December last year, Tennant denied rumours that he was planning to quit after Catherine Tate - his new companion in the Tardis - told the Jonathan Ross radio show she thought the next series of Doctor Who would be Tennant's last.
He said at the time: "Catherine Tate stitched me up good and proper. She goes on Jonathan Ross and makes up a load of old nonsense..