Benedict Cumberbatch promotes original British drama

Except like a lot of original British drama on the BBC, you can’t really call its Shakespeare productions original. Except in the sense that Shakespeare was British and his stuff was original. Kind of. But, you know, Cumberbatch!



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Film casting

  • Greg Kinnear and Renee Zellweger to star in adaptation of Same Kind of Different As Me
  • Keanu Reeves to star in Replicas


  • Trailer for Comet with Justin Long and Emmy Rossum

International TV

Internet TV

  • Trailer for Netflix’s Marco Polo



US TV show casting

New US TV shows

New US TV show casting

  • Jason Jones to star in and co-write with Samantha Bee in TBS comedy
  • Meagen Fay to recur on ABC’s Marvel’s Agent Carter, Max Gail joins Comedy Central’s Review
Weekly Wonder Woman

Weekly Wonder Woman: Secret Origins #6, Sensation Comics #11, Smallville: Continuity #1-9

Secret Origins #6

This week sees the last issue of Wonder Woman from Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang, the creative forces behind the character’s revamp for the nu52. However, before they go, they’ve one extra little ‘treat’ for Wonder Woman fans as part of the Secret Origins series of comics, revealing – in their own inimitable style – why Wonder Woman left Paradise Island. And as usual with those two, it was both the best of times and the worst of times.

Also out last week was Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, which gave us a pleasing team-up between Diana and Big Barda against some intelligent gorillas and their robots. Monkey punching! Yay!

It’s a whole lot better than it sounds, I promise.

And lastly, Smallville: Continuity has apparently been including its Wonder Woman in the storyline for the past nine issues without telling me. Huh. So a brief recap of that story after the jump, too. See you in a minute!

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Film casting

  • Mark Rylance to star in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The BFG
  • Benedict Cumberbatch to play Dr Strange

Australian TV

Canadian TV


US TV show casting

New US TV shows