Sarah Michelle Gellar Talks Feeding America Project, Masters of the Universe and Buffy Reboot on On With Mario Podcast
Sarah Michelle Gellar recently appeared on the On With Mario Podcast, hosted by Mario Lopez. Watch below to hear talk about her work with Feeding…
I wasn’t there during the time in question. I am sorry that anybody had to experience what it was that was described. Obviously, there’s one side of the story that we’ve heard. I don’t know that Joss has made any comments. As you point out, I worked with Joss fairly closely for a couple of years there. I didn’t see that behavior, and at the same time, as an actor, my heart goes out to anybody that had to endure that kind of treatment. We get treated as second-class citizens frequently. But I did not see it, and I would be curious as to what [Joss’s] response to this has been.
“Buffy was so long ago, I don’t know. That was a tiny, little show on a small network that ended up having this huge life. It started to build when it was on, but there was no huge support system or fanfare or built-in audience with it,” the actress told Heroic Hollywood. “So it’s not even in the same ballpark as entering in the Marvel Universe. It’s a whole other world.”
“At this stage, as times have changed, as we are changing the landscape and experiencing people of colour in a wide variety of situations… and not just people of colour, but of LGBTQ ad women and all of that… now I get to be this beautifully, fully fleshed-out human being in this show,” she continues. “I do get to be a wife, I do get to be a mother and a bada** all at the same time.”
“She [said], ‘You’ve got this icy prettiness, and you’re really funny, and then if someone’s awful to you or awful to someone you love, you’re so mean […] just want that icy mean.’ I [said] ‘Thank you? Thank you, Jac,'” Caulfield recalls for Looper with a smile.
“Oh, yeah,” she laughs. “You can’t tell with the roles I take? Its like, is there a fight? Okay, I’ll take it. Seriously, though, that’s the really fun part of it. I get to be a kid and I get to learn new talents. Plus it’s all a good workout.”
Elizabeth Olsen recently appeared on Vanity Fair’s Still Watching: WandaVision Podcast. Still Watching: WandaVison is a weekly podcast focussing on each episode of the show…
Collider Ladies Night Interview: Elizabeth Olsen Discusses Her Career from Musical Theatre Camp to WandaVision
When I reached junior high I felt very stupid for wanting to be an actor because I was a good student and I grew up in LA and I felt like it was lame to have that want because I felt like people moved to LA and everyone wanted to be an actor, and I just didn’t like that idea. And you’re in junior high and you’re trying to figure your sh*t out [laughs], and how to be an individual.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany recently appeared on Jakes Takes to discuss WandaVision which premieres on Disney+, 15th January 2021. Watch the video below:
WandaVision, instead of just being superheores, is about the family nucleus and our want and need to protect our children and create a safe space for them. I think that’s important right now. Within this self-isolating that we have to do to stay safe, there’s a constant fear and we have to figure out a way through it.