Mr. Madonna to Produce, Direct Crime Drama


Posted January 23, 2007 - By DiamondStone

British Director Guy Richie has plans to move into the realm of TV. He will direct and executive produce (that’s 'pay for' in entertainment speak) a new pilot of a procedural crime drama titled Suspects for the American Broadcasting Company (ABC).

Besides being the Material Girl’s husband, he is known for writing and directing two colorful caper dramas; Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch.  Now, it sounds like Suspects will be something of the same sort as his movies: multiple characters who are all suspects, intermingled plot lines (the whose done it?), and maybe even a cockney accent or two just to ensure that the audience won’t understand what is going on.

Looking at the ABC line-up, they could use a crime drama to compete with the Law & Orders and CSIs of the world. And I don’t mind. Excluding his attempt to woo the original Pop Princess with Swept Away, his movies have been good and he does a damn good job at casting! 

Yahoo! News:Guy Ritchie lined up for ABC "Suspects"

Mr. Madonna to Produce, Direct Crime Drama


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