Recently Fox began airing remastered reruns of Whedon's Buffy: The Vampire Slayers. These changes started an uproar with fans and it seems Joss Whedon also isn't a fan of remaster.
With a Kickstarter campaign breathing life into a Veronica Mars movie, is there hope for a Buffy revival too? The star of Joss Whedon's sporadically brilliant tv show, Sarah Michelle Gellar, is definitely up for it..under the right circumstances.
Good news for all you Lara Croft fans: MGM have taken another step in getting their Tomb Raider reboot up and running by hiring Buffy The Vampire writer Marti Noxon to pen the script. Read on for more..
The director of The Avengers reckons we might still see a series focusing on Anthony Head's character, Rupert Giles, from Buffy The Vampire Slayer..
The reboot that made the internet fanboys rage may be in for a rough time. Screenwriter Whit Anderson has apparently been let go, and the movie might not be able to survive the struggle....
Watch the interview to hear Whedon talk about Buffy season 9, Angel and Faith, and a little bit of Cabin in the Woods. WARNING: There is no news about Avengers.
USA Today is offering a preview of Angel/Faith #1, the Dark Horse spin-off that picks up the pieces from where Buffy Season 8 left off. Notes the official description, "Left in a near-catatonic state, Angel will need a seriously rude awakening if he's to make amends for his ill-conceived deeds..."
On August 31st, Dark Horse Comics will launch a new series focusing on the characters of Angel and Faith. The monthly series will be written by Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs, with Dan Jackson on art and Joss Whedon as executive producer.
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Doug Jones has starred in many Comic book movies. Whether it be Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer ,Hellboy, and its Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Or even his brief roles in Batman Returns and TV's Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Have a good question for him, leave it in the comment section and it may get answered...
As Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 comes to a close in the pages of Dark Horse's comic, creator/writer Joss Whedon addresses the whole experience in an open letter that was written to the fans.
After 40 issues, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 comic has come to an end, and while fans await word on season 9, Joss Whedon looks back with EW (and be aware, there are spoilers!).
Dark Horse has released a new clip from the Buffy Season 8 motion comic, which gives a better taste of what fans of the Scoobies can expect from the Blu-ray/DVD.
Check out this clip from the Buffy Season 8 motion comic, which intercuts with comments from people like Jeph Loeb and Jane Espenson.
a year ago we heard Alison Hannigan call buffy remake a mistake now Nicholas Brendon critisizes it.
Despite protests from the creative types that it was too soon to be talking about casting, Access Hollywood seems to have confirmed that Glee's Heather Morris is definitely in the running for the new Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Dark Horse Comics is behind the Buffy Season 8 motion comic, issued on Blu-ray and DVD, and what follows is a trailer and interview with the man behind the motion comic, Jeff Shuter.
There are rumors aplenty that Glee's Heather Morris is wanted for the role of Buffy Summers, but Warner Bros. has debunked this.
The young actress is apparently the front runner to take over from Sarah Michelle Gellar as the Vampire Slayer in the upcoming reboot from WB..
Buffyfest has an exclusive interview with Dark Horse Editor Scott Allie regarding the events of issue 39 of Buffy, the penultimate issue of season eight. What follows contains some MAJOR spoilers, so decide whether or not you want to proceed.
There was a lot of outcry this past week after word came out that a Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie was going to be made without the involvement of creator Joss Whedon, but the Hollywood Report has posted a story claiming that Whedon was offered and passed on the chance to direct it.
Last week the big news was that Warners would be making a new movie version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but without the involvement of Joss Whedon, much to the annoyance of fans. The LA Times has spoken to writer Whit Anderson about the project.
After the idea to reboot cherished Movie and TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer without its fan favorite creator Joss Whedon, Some real news such as new producers and a new writer has come our way gearing up to bring the slayer back to the big screen...
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A series of motion-comic webisodes based on Whedon's highly successful series of "Season Eight" comics.