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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Web Series Worth Watching #9: Diablo Cody interviews Kyle Chandler


Web Series of the Week: Red Band Trailer
Here is a fun web series that I recently discovered, in which Diablo Cody, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter (Juno), interviews groovy people in her trailer and at a poolside tiki bar. And I'll watch anything with the gorgeous Kyle Chandler (TV's Friday Night Lights), who is her guest in the video below. To watch Cody's previous interviews with Chelsea Handler, Adam Brody, Megan Fox and Jason Bateman, go to her YouTube Channel.



Other web series worth watching this week are:

The Bay
This week a new online soap opera, The Bay, began with an all-star cast, including such soap icons as Mary Beth Evans (Days of our Lives' Kayla), Tristan Rogers (General Hospital's Scorpio) and John Callahan (All My Children's Edmund). Produced, written and directed by Gregori J. Martin, the sudsy tale is centered around socialite Sara Garrett (Evans) and her family, and in the pilot episode, we learn that her handsome son, Brian (played by Dylan Bruce), has a secret during his engagement party. I'll review the series after I've seen a few more episodes, but it's always exciting when a brand new soap debuts. For more info on The Bay, go to www.thebaytheseries.com.



Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies
This week the delightful Mr. Hayes reviews 1940's The Philadelphia Story, a wonderful comedy starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart. For more TOQ, subscribe to his YouTube Channel.



Unemployed Sidekick
This web series is about the comedic adventures of sidekick Raven, who - after being been fired by his superhero partner - is now trying to assimilate into every day society.  To catch up on previous episodes, go to unemployedsidekick.com.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have been mad crushing on Kyle Chandler since his days as Jeff Metcalf on the late, lamented HOMEFRONT.

Deep Dish said...

Me, too, Dirk, I loved "Homefront" - such a great show that should've lasted much longer than only 2 seasons.