Batwoman’s Camrus Johnson, who plays Luke and is behind the camera for this week’s episode, is offering a fair warning to those who are hankering for the romantic relationship between Sophie and Ryan.
“‘Wildmoore’ fans, drink lots of water and sit down,” he teased. “Sit down and get ready to hit me on Twitter soon.”
“Broken Toys” airs tonight at 8/9 on The CW and will see Batwoman again at risk of being exposed like some of Gotham’s biggest villains merge. Meanwhile, Sophie teams up with Luke on a mission, and Alice into Mary’s head.
Taking on the role of directing a show with costumed heroes and crazed villains is a tall order, but Johnson feels accomplished after directing the animated short was nominated for an Academy Award. reward my NAACP Image, Taken at dawn. (He made his directorial debut in 2019 with an animated short, Take My Hand: A Letter To My Father.)
“Before, I wasn’t sure about my confidence in directing [Shootings at Sunrise]and the fact that we made it and it was very well received… I appeared before the series [Batwoman], and I said, ‘Direct what? Let’s do it ”, the actor shared. “I was never really scared or nervous. Whenever there is a problem, we just fix it. I have so many people to thank because I really learned a lot about myself and what I can do as a director last year, and I feel very fortunate to be able to do so. what I just did. ”
Johnson also gets the support of his CW groups, including Superwomanby Chyler Leigh (“She’s Texting and Subscribing, [and] she also gave me some really great advice “trust your gut”) and Arrow alum David Ramsey (“That’s my reason… He gave me a lot of advice”), who directed an episode earlier this season and most recently appeared on screen as Diggle in the 19th episode. January, “Meet Your Maker”.
Johnson advisor and co-director Carl Seaton (Director of Chicago, Batwoman, Snow) also offers the sage’s advice, telling him to take a few risks without rocking the boat too much.
“I think a lot of the first mistakes directors make when they get into it is trying to make things new and different and weird,” he said. “You don’t have to do that. If you have a few moments like this friend, that is enough. You don’t have to go crazy and make it harder for yourself. I just did, and it worked like a charm.”
For Wednesday’s episode, fans can also expect a “really exciting action transition” as well as “a new guest star that will leave you in awe as her talent is insane.” crazy.”
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https://tvline.com/2022/02/02/batwoman-season-3-episode-11-camrus-johnson-wildmoore/ ‘Batwoman’ Season 3 Episode 11: Camrus Johnson Teases ‘Wildmoore’