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.
The Vision actor gushes about the scale of the Marvel production, which he says is reflected in the final footage.
2015 is already shaping up to be a good year for the box office, with a blockbuster lineup that sees the reawakening of Star Wars, the opening of Jurassic World and the conclusion of The Hunger Games.
The Dollhouse and Cabin in the Woods actor talks with SPINOFF about his new offbeat comedy, starting rumors, and his desire to be killed on screen by Thor.
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 examine the amazing story of how a background extra in The Avengers ended up with a lead role in Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing.
Despite rumors to the contrary, it turns out that Carol Danvers might not appear in Marvel’s Avengers sequel after all.
In an article that offers a good look at Hawkeye’s new costume, the filmmaker addresses his approach to the sequel and the apocalyptic threat of Ultron.
The Thor: The Dark World actor will reprise his role as frequently naked scientist Eric Selvig in Age of Ultron.
Joss Whedon announces the end of filming on Avengers: Age of Ultron, while Ant-Man kicks off production next week in Atlanta.
The upcoming book Joss Whedon: A Biography includes an email the Loki actor wrote to the writer/director after reading his script for The Avengers.