It’s time for our regular look at the TV that the BFI is showing, this time in the month of April 2013 (as well a bit more March as well). This month, as well as the continuing celebration of Doctor Who, which reaches the Tom Baker years with Robots of Death, there’s a short season of Jacobean tragedies, including a panel with Dame Diana Rigg, and a season of documentaries and plays made by John Boorman for the BBC.
Okay, for copyright purposes this Definitely Isn’t Wonder Woman, but it involves someone dressed up a lot like Wonder Woman fighting Nazis. And it’s just a trailer, made by stuntman Jesse V Johnson, to demonstrate he can direct. But it ain’t bad, is it?
The question is – why can’t DC get off its backside and do as well?
Be happy or be sad – the choice is yours.
- Chris Cooper to play Norman Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2
- Fox International Channels acquire FX’s The Bridge remake
US TV casting
- Donal Logue to return to Sons of Anarchy
- Two former Sex and the City actresses to recur on The Carrie Diaries
- Susan Misner to recur on Nashville
- Melinda McGraw joins Scandal
- Brian Geraghty joins Boardwalk Empire
- Rhys Coiro to guest on Dexter
New US TV show casting
- David Spade and Rachael Harris to star in ABC’s Bad Management
- Angela Kinsey joins Fox’s The Gabriels
- Michael Ealy to star in Fox’s Bad Robot drama
- Mary Elizabeth Ellis to star in CBS’s Greg Garcia pilot, Rodger Corser joins NBC’s Camp
- Chyler Leigh to star in NBC’s Holding Patterns, Tracie Thoms to co-star in ABC’s Gothica
- Anthony LaPaglia to star in Fox’s Boomerang
- Melora Hardin to star in TBS’s Do It Yourself
I think he’s in love.