In a move that should be concerning for vampires everywhere, Buffy is coming back, According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, a Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot is in the works at 20th Century Fox, with creator Joss Whedon attached to executive produce. What may be weirdest is that this is not news that came from…
HBO’s still the name to beat when it comes to prestige genre television and apparently, it has no intentions of losing that title. The network’s teaming up with Joss Whedon for a new series set in a fanciful world of social norms and secret powers.
Why’d you have to go and do a thing like that, Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Over 15 years after one of the show’s most shocking deaths helped define the term “bury your gays,” showrunner Marti Noxon admits it was the wrong move.
How did the ’Verse in Firefly get the way it was? Fans will find out this November when Boom Studios launches a new comic book series set before the events of the show, during the Unification War.
While Joss Whedon’s Firefly is not likely to come back anytime soon, the franchise continues to live on. Two great examples are these in-world books from the world of Firefly, including a guide to everyone’s favorite ship, Serenity, and the ’Verse at large. Better yet? We’ve got your first looks at each.
Warner Bros. is “bat” at it again. After a few months of uncertainty, it’s just hired Christina Hodson to write a brand new script for a Batgirl movie.
The onslaught of TV reboots and revivals continues—well, in theory anyway. At a recent conference, Fox TV’s group chair revealed there have been discussions of a Buffy the Vampire Slayer revival in the future, but they know there’s one thing on this Earth more powerful than that kind of evil. And that’s Buffy fans.
In the wake of the news that Joss Whedon is no longer attached to Warner Bros.’ upcoming Batgirl movie, the burning question now is just who will write and direct? Here’s a novel idea—give the project to a woman.
Just a few months after his DC debut with Justice League, Joss Whedon is leaving its cinematic universe. Whedon has confirmed he’s no longer writing or directing Batgirl, saying he “failed” to come up with a good story.
Though Buffy the Vampire Slayer hasn’t been on television for almost 15 years, the Scooby Gang’s still been fighting the good fight in the comic book world. It’s been a hot second since Buffy creator Joss Whedon penned a vamp-centric comic himself, but he’s coming back for the upcoming Season 12: The Reckoning from…
Firefly has been gone for a long time, but that’s not stopped the ‘verse from spinning ever onwards, be it through Serenity, through attempted video games, and even through comics. But now Captain Mal and his erstwhile crew are set to ride out into the black once again... although not in the way you probably want to…
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is both the best and worst of everything we’ve seen from the Warner Bros. DC Extended Universe movies. There are plenty of things to like, and about an equal number to dislike. But ultimately, its good things bumped up against the bad enough to leave me with hope and excitement for what’s…
Another TV spot for Justice League just came online, and though it’s only 30 seconds long, there’s a ton of brand-new stuff to be seen.
Did you like the superhero music in films like Batman, Batman Returns, Spider-Man, and Spider-Man 2? Well, that composer, Danny Elfman, has taken over the duties writing music for Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
We were all saddened to learn that Justice League director Zack Snyder and producer Deborah Snyder were stepping down from the film after a tragic death in their family. Joss Whedon agreed to take over the film—partially because, as it turns out, he was already working on it.
In one of the most heart-wrenching stories you’re likely to ever hear, director Zack Snyder has decided to step back from directing Justice League to be with his family after the tragic suicide of his 20-year-old daughter, Autumn. Joss Whedon will finish the film.
Batgirl is coming to DC’s cinematic universe, and she’s got one hell of a name directing her: Joss Whedon himself.
Entertainment Weekly has reunited the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer for its next issue, and the choice to put everyone in black basically makes it look like a high school reunion at an exclusively goth school. Jeez, the principal looks so uncomfortable on that grave they’ve dug for him.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is celebrating its 20-year anniversary tomorrow, and while the story (and the fashions) might technically be dated, the show is somehow more relevant than ever. Creator Joss Whedon tapped into a world where myths and monsters could be used to represent real problems, with a brilliant dash of…