Elizabeth Berrington Cast in “Fifteen Love”
Elizabeth Berrington (The Nevers) has been cast in a new series for Amazon Prime, “Fifteen Love”. The series tells the fictional story of a young…
Chloe Bennet Cast in Married by Mistake
Chloe Bennet (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) has been cast alongside Blair Penner and Anthony Konechny in a romantic comedy for E! Married by Mistake will follow…
Laughing Place Review: “Bloody Fool For Love”
Since Disney acquired Fox in 2019 they’ve been working to breathe some life into the Buffy the Vampire Slayer with new canon material. Instead of jumping into movie or television mediums, they’re currently sticking with books ad the first two youth novels are out now. In January we picked up on the current timeline following a new vampire slayer, Frankie, and now, we’re heading way back to the 1900s to follow Spike, his girlfriend (and sire) Drusilla and Darla the vampire who brought them all together.
Kristy Swanson Panel at Terrificon 2022 (video)
Kirsty Swanson recently attended Terrificon 2022 and participated in a panel hosted by Joe Stuber from the Comic Book Central Podcast where she discussed Buffy…
Express Interview: Tom Lenk Talks Angel and Spike
Buffy star Lenk said about the slayers single status: “Amen, sister. I think years ago I would have been like, ‘She should have ended up with Spike.’
“But honestly, to quote that meme or tweet or whatever, ‘Honestly, you choose men in this day and age in this economy? You want to end up with a man? No thank you. Aren’t we over men?’
Firefly Double Feature at The Hollywood Theatre, Portland
The Hollywood Theatre, Portland will be hosting a Firefly Fest in celebration of the the 20th Anniversary of the show. Two episodes of the series…
New Spike Prequel Book Bloody Fool For Love Out Now
A new Buffy the Vampire Slayer prequel has been released by Disney Books and written by William Ritter. Bloody Fool for Love will follow Spike’s…
James Norton to Return to Happy Valley
James Norton (The Nevers) will return to reprise his role as Tommy Lee Royce in the long-awaited season 3 of BBC drama, Happy Valley. Season…
Pink News Interview: Tom Lenk Talks Queer Icons, Axe Murder and Buffy
Lenk’s latest show Lottie Plachett too a Hatchet has been billed as a “high-camp” retelling of the Lizzie Borden story. For those not in the know, Borden became famous when she was tried and acquitted for the axe murders of her father and stepmother in 1982.
It might not sound like fertile ground for a camp extravaganza, but Lizzie Borden’s story is a unique one. In the near century since her death, she’s become a feminist icon in her own right, while others have imagined her as a queer legend.
Ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe, PinkNews caught up with Tom Lenk to talk about what makes Lizzie Borden a gay icon, the legacy of Buffy, and why he can’t watch horror.
James Marsters and D.B. Woodside at Comic Com Wales
James Marsters and D.B. Woodside are attending Comic Con Wales this weekend (6-7 August 2022), held at ICC Wales in Newport, South Wales. Tickets are…