Kristen Wiig
Weekly Wonder Woman

Weekly Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #41, Doom Patrol-JLA #1

Every week, Weekly Wonder Woman keeps you up to date on everything involving DC Comics’ premier superheroine

Movie news

The talk of the town this week is that Wonder Woman 2‘s main villain is likely to be Cheetah. Emma Stone has apparently already turned down the role, but Kristen Wiig is currently top choice. No news on whether she’ll have to do an English accent if she gets the part.

Comic news

Somewhere on the horizon there’s the horrific prospect of a sequel to Metal called No Justice.

Out of the ashes of Dark Nights: Metal, new Justice League and Teen Titans teams are born from the events of Scott Snyder’s Justice League: No Justice!

The cataclysmic events of Dark Nights: Metal has seen the universe’s balance of power snap. Brainiac arrives on Earth with a dire warning for the Justice League: there’s a threat coming to destroy Earth, one that the heroes are ill-equipped to handle. But the combined forces of Justice League, the Justice League of America, the Titans, Teen Titans and… the villains of the DCU certainly don’t think so. Splitting into different squads, including Batman, Lobo, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Deathstroke, Superman, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Robin and more, these new Leagues must stop one of their gravest threats ever.

Written by Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson (The Flash) and James Tynion IV (Detective Comics) with sublime art by Francis Manapul (Trinity)

Sounds dreadful.

Comic reviews

I realise I probably missed the second issue of that Titans ‘trial of Donna Troy‘ storyline a couple of weeks ago. I don’t think I’ve missed much, though. So I’ll just focus on yesterday’s releases. Wonder Woman #41 continues James Robinson’s ambition to get every foe Wonder Woman has ever faced in her 75+ year history into the Rebirth universe, largely by talking about them a lot. Meanwhile, Diana gets insulted by a milkman a lot, as Milk Wars continues in Doom Patrol-Justice League of America #1.

Both of those after the jump.

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Deep State
BAFTA events

What TV’s on at BAFTA in March 2018? Including Ordeal By Innocence, Deep State and Sir David Attenborough

Every couple of weeks, TMINE flags up what new TV events BAFTA is holding around the UK

Tickets go on sale to the public tomorrow

Ordeal by Innocence

TV Preview: Ordeal By Innocence + Q&A with Sandra Goldbacher, Sarah Phelps, Morven Christie, Gaynor Holmes and James Prichard

Thursday, 22 March 2018 – 6:30pm
Cineworld Renfrew Street, Glasgow

Wealthy philanthropist Rachel Argyll is murdered at her family estate Sunny Point. Her adopted son Jack Argyll, a young delinquent, is arrested for her murder. He vehemently protests his innocence. Eighteen months later, Dr Arthur Calgary, a scientist, walks onto the velvety lawns of Sunny Point claiming to have just returned from an expedition to the Arctic. Even more extraordinary is his claim to hold the alibi that can prove Jack’s innocence.

But Jack died in prison before the case could come to trial, and the Argyll family is reluctant to dig up the secrets of the past. Rachel’s widower Leo is about to remarry his secretary Gwenda and none of Rachel’s other adopted children Mary, Mickey, Tina or Hester, nor longstanding housekeeper Kirsten, is willing to reopen that most horrendous chapter of their lives.

However, the shattering implications of Calgary’s story are too big to avoid; if he is telling the truth then the wrong person was arrested for Rachel’s murder. And if Jack was not the killer, then it must have been somebody else at Sunny Point.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Sandra Goldbacher, writer Sarah Phelps, actor Morven Christie, BBC Scotland Commissioner Gaynor Holmes and James Prichard, Chairman & CEO Agatha Christie Ltd. Networking drinks will follow the Q&A.

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Deep State
Mark Strong in Deep State

TV Preview: Deep State + Q&A

Tuesday, 27 March 2018 – 6:45pm
Princess Anne Theatre, BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly

A preview of Fox’s new original espionage drama followed by a Q&A with creator and showrunner Matthew Parkhill, actor Joe Dempsie, Executive Producer Hilary Bevan Jones and VP for Scripted Fox Networks Group Sara Johnson.

Deep State follows Max Easton (Mark Strong), an ex-spy whose past comes back to haunt him when he’s convinced by the head of a covert MI6/CIA team to return to the field and avenge the death of his son Harry (Joe Dempsie). Max finds himself at the heart of a dangerous game, as powerful corporations demonstrate the great lengths they are willing to go to in order to bury their secrets.

Co-created, directed and written by Matthew Parkhill (Rogue) this is Fox Network Group’s first regionally scripted commission and is produced by Endor Productions. We will be screening the first 2 episodes in the series, with a total run time of 90 minutes.

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David Attenborough

Natural History with Sir David Attenborough

Thursday, 29 March 2018 – 7:00pm
Princess Anne Theatre, BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly

Multi-BAFTA winning Sir David Attenborough discusses his long and illustrious career filming and broadcasting the wonders of the natural world over the last six decades.

In conversation with presenter Sandi Toksvig, Sir David will highlight some of his most memorable and significant career moments, the impact of new technologies on wildlife programming and the craft behind some of the most-loved, entertaining, and socially impactful natural history shows ever made.

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The Magicians season 3

J’ai 10 Ans; The Magicians renewed; Picasso is a Genius; + more

Internet TV

French TV


US TV show casting

New US TV shows

  • Trailer for Paramount’s Yellowstone

New US TV show casting