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Is Fox burning down Whedon's Dollhouse?

It's a legitimate question. Mr. Joss Whedon posted the following on Whedonesque this Sunday in response to reports and rumors about Dollhouse being a complete frakkin' mess: "I know there's been a lot of concern, various fabulous hues of panic alert readiness. So here's the skinny. Yes, we've had to make adjustments..." read more ...

New cast photos for Whedon's Dollhouse

The rumors about Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles being on the brink of cancellation have me worried about the shelf life of Joss Whedon's upcoming Dollhouse ... check out this new gallery of Dollhouse cast stills... Read more

Dollhouse Cast Describe Their Roles

Production may have shut down on Dollhouse , but people behind that scenes are confident that everything is a-ok: "They just need a little time to make sure they're on the right track. Joss takes this show very seriously," an inside source has stated. In the meantime, E!Online has scooped some details on each of the characters on the show, as detailed by the actors playing them: Peek Inside the Dollhouse

'Dollhouse' Takes Timeout to Re-Write Script

Dollhouse's producer needs a break to give him some extra time to re-write the scenario for the television series' upcoming season. Read more.

Joss Whedon shuts down Dollhouse!

Prolific producer pauses production on program; says quality on scripts sucked; 24 also halted. Joss Whedon knows quality work when he sees it, and he should. As the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, and Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog, Whedon is revered as a god in some of the geekier circles. While Dollhouse is shut down, the cast has to stand completely still. While Dollhouse is shut down, the cast has to stand completely still. So when Joss thinks its time to stop production on a show because he doesn't feel its going as well as it should, it's time to stop production. Whedon has put his anticipated new show Dollhouse on hold, believing that some of the scripts just aren't Whedon-worthy, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Joss has apparently been so busy in the director's chair, that he hasn't been able to work on the show's upcoming scripts. So when he finally had a chance to see upcoming scripts, he decided to slow things down a bit to do some rewrites. Production is due to start up again in late September, but since the drama is a midseason entry, Dollhouse is comfortably ahead of schedule. Dollhouse stars Eliza Dushku as an agent for a secret organization that specializes in imprinting memories and personalities into its agents, which are hired out for espionage, business, and...pleasure. Though most are blissfully unaware of their situation, Dushku's character soon becomes sentient of what's going on, and thus begins some big-time drama and action. Dollhouse isn't the only midseason Fox show to be put on the skids. 24 has also momentarily shut down production so that its producers can improve the direction of the final episodes. According to the show's bosses, they feel they have the time, so they may as well make it the best darned show it can be. 24 had eight episodes in the can before the writers strike last year, so the political thriller is way ahead of schedule and should experience no delays. Nothing to worry about here. In fact, if anything it's a sign of great things to come from both shows.

DollhouseTvForum interviews Tahmoh Penikett!

Recently the staff had the amazing opportunity to interview the very talented man, Tahmoh Penikett. Can you tell us what it is like to work on Dollhouse with the highly respected man that is Joss Whedon? It's been great so far. I've lept tall buildings, over turned cars and had amazing gun battles...ok, maybe not but i wouldn't put anything past Joss. I think what impresses me the most about the man other than his tremendous brain is how professional and level he is on set. He's obviously dealing with a million difference things at once but he always seems to juggle everything with the same coolness and energy. His multi tasking is the most impressive, i've seen him go from writing a new scene in his head, to directing the next set up, to handling a network phone call and back to a conversation with me about.. hockey, of course and all in the span of two minutes. Read the entire post here...

Cult of Joss Whedon generates Dollhouse buzz

Fans of writer already praising sci-fi show they haven't yet seen By ELLEN GRAY Philadelphia Daily News Aug. 22, 2008, 6:11PM CENTURY CITY, CALIF. — We enter the sleeping chamber. Sleek and circular, its individual beds recessed below floor level, it's meant to look spalike, a place where the residents of a Fox series called Dollhouse can relax when they're between missions, missions that require them to be imprinted with new memories and personalities each time. As scenarios go, it's more sci-fi than supernatural, and the setting reflects that. Still, it's hard not to think about vampires. And our tour guide, Joss Whedon, knows why. Read the whole article here

A New Dollhouse Pilot...But Don't Worry

Joss Whedon explains on Whedonesque that he will be shooting a new pilot episode for Dollhouse - his new series for FOX that looks beyond awesome - and that it was his idea! Whedon felt that the original pilot had some clarity issues with viewers. However, the original pilot will not go to die in the land of the "Unaired Pilots"; it is simply going to become the show's second episode (with some editing).

Save Dollhouse! What?!

Call it being proactive, or flat out pessimistic, but Dollhouse fans are already campaigning to save their show before the premiere has even aired! Check it out on Wired: Dollhouse Fans Campaign To Save Show -- Before 2009 Airdate

Dollhouse - Exclusive Sneak Peek Video Clip From New Joss Whedon Series

First sneak peek video from Joss Whedon's upcoming FOX series Dollhouse featuring Eliza Dushku. Dollhouse Sneak Peek Video