Believe it or not, we didn’t get to see everything that Buffy the Vampire Slayer had to offer. According to Huffington Post, Joss Whedon’s biggest regret when it comes to Buffy is the fact that they never got the animated series off the ground. The animated series took place during the first three seasons of the show, and according to Joss, was all about getting to do things that they couldn’t do on the actual show. "The only thing we didn't get to do is an animated... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/U1akSnkJJsQ/joss-whedon-talks-buffy-his-biggest-regret-and-the-most-difficult-death
Maybe this will help the weak ratings: Sarah Michelle Gellar will reunite with one of her Buffy the Vampire Slayer co-stars on Ringer . http://www.tvguide.com/News/Exclusive-Ringer-Buffy-1038476.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Couples going to Las Vegas and impulsively tying the knot while drunk is a longstanding ritual for both celebrities and civilians. Now that gay couples can get married, why shouldn't they be part of that tradition? That's the question that writer/performer Brad Bell and television writer/producer Jane Espenson ('Battlestar Galactica,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Buffy') asked themselves when they were creating 'Husbands,' a web series that premieres Tuesday. In the 11-episode comedy, Bell and Sean Hemeon play a performer and a newly out major-league baseball player who get married in Vegas, only to wake up with hangovers and the realization that they don't know each other well. Alessandra Torresani , who's best known for playing Zoe Graystone on 'Caprica,' plays their frequently inebriated friend, Haley. http://www.aoltv.com/2011/09/13/battlestar-and-caprica-veterans-team-up-for-husbands-a-ch/
It's a great time to be an alum of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," seeing as many of the show's cast members are returning to the small screen. With news that the show's resident mean girl, Cordelia (a.k.a. Charisma Carpenter) has nabbed herself a cameo spot on USA Network's "Burn Notice," it got us wondering what the other actors on the show are up to these days. Short answer: quite a lot! Read More... http://hollywoodcrush.mtv.com/2011/07/06/buffy-the-vampire-slayer-where-are-they-now/
As we have some fun speculating on what shows, actors and writers are going to be nominated for Emmys this year, let's take a second to remember some shows that, for one reason or another, never got the love they deserved from the academy voters. These are shows that have been widely, even universally, praised by critics and have loyal, almost slavish followings, but never made a dent in any of the major Emmy categories.There are some surprises on this list, one of which is actually an Emmy nominee and winner many times over ... but still feels like it's gotten no love."The Wire": To many critics and fans, the HBO classic is considered one of the best dramas of all time. The gritty portrayal of the life of both cops and drug culture in Baltimore gathered up so much praise in its five seasons that you'd think it would have a boatload of Emmys.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/gilmore-girls-and-4-more-shows-that-never-got-emmy-love.html
Supernatural fans! Heather's got all the buzz on what's going on with your favorite spooky CW show! First up, Heather dishes on the upcoming pilot featuring Sarah Michelle Gellar, "Ringer," which is written and produced by Supernatural writers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder. Could it be your replacement show when we finally have to say goodbye to Supernatural for good? It's a sad thought, but hopefully Supernatural will be sticking around for another season, as CW president Dawn Ostroff has said herself that the show's doing even better than usual in its new Friday night slot! Find out more by watching the video in the link below! Supernatural TV News: 1/18/11
Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic will draw to a conclusion this month. Issue #40 will be released on January 19. Dark Horse Comics have previewed the four pages on Robot 6. "Season Eight has at last brought Buffy the long way home, and betrayal comes in the shape of the closest, most unexpected individual of all," reads the solicitation. "Reeling from their losses, the Scoobies will never be the same again." Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight debuted in 2007, following directly on from the events that concluded the television series in 2003. The issue will be written by Whedon and pencilled by series regular Georges Jeanty. Source Here
A week or two ago, we told you about rumors that Glee actress Heather Morris was being considered for the role of Buffy Summers by the studio handling that littlecontroversial Buffy reboot. But what does Morris have to say about whether these rumors are true? The actress, known best for her role on Glee as the often ditzy but lovable cheerleader Brittany, told Access Hollywood that she is indeed a contender for the role of the kick-ass Vampire Slayer. The actress said that: "They're considering me! I found out and I almost peed my pants because I was so excited!" http://blastr.com/2010/12/that-glee-ful-buffy-rumor-may-not-be-a-rumor-after-all.php
It's been a long week waiting for Part 2 of 'The Long Way Home' in motion comic form, and I must say, the excitement has waned slightly upon seeing the second episode. I'd love to say that the episode lived up to my expectations, but unfortunately a few negative aspects I highlighted in my last review are weighing heavily upon the series. But hey, lets start with the positives, shall we? The episode itself focuses upon the training of the Slayers activated in the events of the Season 7 finale, 'Chosen'. We see their struggle to co-operate with one another, and learn how much of an uphill struggle their activation actually presents with regards to making any progress in the battle with evil. Dawn's growth is also dealt with, with Xander suggesting that perhaps her struggles with herself and her new family of Slayers are manifesting in the form of her new gigantic stature. The meat of the story, however, comes in the form of a curse put upon Buffy in her sleep, trapping her within her own dreamworld until she receives the kiss of true love. Cliche, sure, but the reintroduction of Amy as an antagonist is an interesting start to the season. To Read More Click Here .
Since the release of the comic continuation of Buffy The Vampire Slayer in 2007, speculation of a TV or film continuation has been rife, be it in the form of spin-offs such as Buffy: The Animated Series or the recently announced Buffy The Vampire Slayer film, without the involvement of original creator Joss Whedon or the original cast. However, until now, nothing outside of the comic medium has surfaced. This changes with the release of Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Motion Comic. Since motion comics first became popular, opinion has been generally negative of their ability to tell a linear story without losing aspects of character or plot. Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic received a very mixed response, with some disappointed at the fact that the entire cast was voiced by one actor, and others praising the animation involved. However, the Buffy Motion Comic lacks many of the faults highlighted within others, and proves to be an entertaining watch without degrading the characters established within 7 televised seasons. To Read More Click Here .