James Norton (The Nevers) has been cast in Netflix’s movie adaptation of Elizabeth Brundage’s novel, All Things Cease to Appear. The movie, entitled, Things Heard…
“For the long-term fans, it’s a really big pay-up and it’s really, really fun… When you’ve done six seasons and that many hours of TV, it’s pretty hard on the writers to think what else do we do, and they killed it. Season seven is a really, really fun one.”
“I was fascinated by the idea that, through social media, is how we live our lives these days,” Gellar, whose character, Anne Porter, is a mommy blogger in the novel. “We make all of our assumptions about how people are thinking, feeling and how we validate ourselves through the lens of social media. But no one’s using that as a storytelling device. Why not?”
I don’t think I’m ready to put that Quake suit on anytime soon, if I’m being honest. It is REAL tight, so I’ve been enjoying the extra glass of wine that I get, and it’s a little relaxing to not have to play a superhero for a little bit. It’s a pretty physical job, so I’m enjoying a life right now. But never say never.
“I don’t think I could ever be what Selma has gone through, what she shared, the strength she’s given people,” the 42-year-old actress told Us Weekly exclusively while discussing her partnership with Colgate Optic White on Tuesday, September 24. “I guess you don’t really know until you’re faced those situations. But I think about her often.”
I was more a fan of Angel than I was Buffy really, because I could identify more with Angel. That was my favorite of the Whedon-verse on television, for sure.
Amazon have announced that Samuel L. Jackson will be the first celebrity voice available on Alexa in a new feature to be made available as…
“I think the truth of any relationship is that, whether you’re a couple, whether you’re friends, whether you’re business partners, is you have to put the work into a relationship,” Gellar, 42, told Us Weekly exclusively on Tuesday. September 24. “We live in a very disposable society and people don’t want to have to work. They want immediate reactions, they want immediate responses. It takes work.”
In the lead up to the Buffy/Angel crossover event Hellmouth, an historic meeting is about to take place. In this week’s pages of Angel from BOOM! Studios writer Bryan Edward Hill retells the entrance of Charles Gunn into the Buffyverse, and it’s as violent as his screen introduction.