Hi, I don't understand your changer to David Tennant. What didn't you like about the previous wording? Adding "Tennant" two sentences in a row is a repetitive. "2017 revival" is accurate (phrasing we use whenever discussing remakes or distinguishing between versions with the same title). If it's a dispute over Uncle, you're the second user to change that, but it's also accurate (or just Uncle Scrooge, which was the original comic book title and how the character is referred to elsewhere on the wiki).
Since you left an edit summary (always a good communication move, so plus for that), I thought I'd ask what bothered you and try to find a middle ground.
Well phrasing is a better word than wording in hindsight. There was something that felt clunky about the previous sentence, and also (I know this is a huge nitpick) I'm not a fan of when someone says an actor "does the voice" for an animated or puppet character. They're still acting the role, they're just not the focus. Honestly if you just wanted to change it back but could change it to "took on the role" instead of "became the voice" that'd be fine by me.