David Tennant’s final adventure as the Tenth Doctor will be screened across select cinema theatres across America tomorrow (7th August 2019). And it includes an exclusive new video interview with Tennant, in which he talks about his time on the show, his final lines as the Doctor, and everything he’s done since.
The screening is organised by Fantom Events in partnership with BBC Studios.
The End of Time is a two-part tale in which the Tenth Doctor faces his end, scared of the prophecy that his song will be drawing to a close soon, and “he will knock four times”. It also sees the return of John Simm as the Master, Bernard Cribbins as Wilfred Mott, and Catherine Tate as Donna Noble.
Written by Russell T. Davies, both episodes will air at the event, which will run to 2 hours, 25 minutes.
Can you believe it’s been 10 years since Tennant stepped down from the role? Fortunately, he did at least return for The Day of the Doctor, as well as audio dramas for Big Finish.
The screening is only through participating cinemas, so check which theatres near you are participating.