Directed by Juliet Landau and her husband, “A Place Among the Undead” features interviews with the likes of Joss Whedon, Tim Burton, Anne Rice and Charlaine Harris.
With the release this week of “You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost),” Felicia Day chats with SPINOFF about the book, her career and her fan-favorite “Buffy” and “Supernatural” roles.
Joss Whedon blasts Fox, noting that the widescreen, remastered episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer are “nonsense.”
The Whedonverse veteran chats with SPINOFF about her role in the sci-fi thriller, returning to college, and getting into character as the voice of the She-Hulk.
This week, we unwrap whether Sarah Michelle Gellar was banned from McDonald’s for life over a series of commercials she made as a little girl.
Brian Cronin returns to uncover whether singer, actress and savvy businesswoman Dolly Parton was actually a producer on Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series.
Amazon Studios’ Zombieland pilot isn’t what fans might have hoped for, adding another name to the long list of failed move-to-television adaptations. Still, from M*A*S*H to Friday Night Lights, there are plenty of shows that outshine the big-screen originals.
At a special screening of The Avengers, Joss Whedon talked about including The Wasp in his original script, hinted at a future villain and explained why the Buffy animated series didn’t get off the ground.
It turns out that the shawarma joke at the end of Marvel’s The Avengers actually may be a nod to Nicholas Brendon’s audition for Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
At Fan Expo Canada, actors James Marsters and Juliet Landau reflect on their time playing Spike and Drusilla on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, and trying their hands writing their characters’ comic-book adventures.
Appearing at Fan Expo Canada, Buffy and Angel alum Julie Benz discussed her role on Syfy’s post-apocalyptic drama Defiance, leaving Dexter and her desire to work again with Joss Whedon.
Spinning out of my ongoing fascination with the idea of canon – both “official” and personal – my attention wanders back to expanded universe spin-offs from long-running franchises. What happens when the original source material is overwhelmed by the peripheral?