As we head into March, find out what new film and TV productions are filming in the capital this month, as well as what to currently see in cinema, TV and online. With titles including Top Boy, Invasion and Bridgerton, get the full list below.
Apple TV + comedy Ted Lasso is going for a hat trick, with series 3 currently filming in West London. Jason Sudeikis returns as loveable American football coach Ted, helping UK football team AFC Richmond cement themselves within the Premiere League.
Another offering from Apple TV +, series 2 of sci-fi drama Invasion is also in production. Created by Simon Kinberg (Logan, X-Men: Days of Future Past) and David Weil (Hunters) Invasion follows a life threatening alien invasion through the eyes various ordinary people across the world as they desperately try to survive. The plot for series 2 is currently under wraps, but expected things to pick-up where the invasion left (no spoilers!).
For Netflix, cameras are currently rolling on Damage. The story follows a British politician who ends up sabotaging his own career when he falls into a relationship with his adult son’s girlfriend.
On the silver and small screens
On TV, BBC Three's East London drama Mood, is currently airing. Written by and starring Nicôle Lecky, who also wrote and performed the soundtrack, Mood follows aspiring musician Sasha Clayton (Lecky), who is introduced to the complex, dark world of social media influencing in an attempt to make a name for herself.
The caped crusader is finally coming to our cinema screens, with Warner Bros. highly anticipated feature The Batman released Friday 4 March. Robert Pattinson stars as the eponymous anti-hero, delving into the crime and corruption of both Gotham City and his own family name, partnering up with Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman. Scenes were filmed at Film London Premiere Locations Printworks and Two Temple Place, as well as Barking Riverside.
If inner city corruption isn't your thing, how about Regency-era scandal? Series 2 of the world-wide sensation Bridgerton will be available to stream on Netflix from March 25. Filming scenes in Greenwich and Woolwich, the second series will focus on the older Bridgerton brother Viscount Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and his romantic endeavours during the social season - as reported by popular writer (and still unknown to the ton) Lady Whistledown.
Finally, 3 years since the last series, Top Boy returns to Netflix for a fourth instalment on March 18. Expect to see veteran characters Dushane (Ashley Walters) and Sully (Kane 'Kano' Robinson) alongside series 3 newcomers Jamie (Michael Ward) and Shelley (Simbi Ajikawo / Little Simz) as they continue to navigate their livelihoods on the fictional Summerhouse estate in Hackney. Across all four series, filming has taken place on location in East London.
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