Metro Interview: Tom Lenk Talks Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ed Fringe and More
Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Tom Lenk has recollected the time Sarah Michelle Gellar stood her ground to support him during filming, saying it ‘set the tone for how I want to treat other people when I’m working’.
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?’
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.
The Guardian Interview: James Norton Talks His Greatest Fear and More /a>
Born in London, James Norton, 37, studied theology at Cambridge University. In 2015, he was Bafta-nominated for his performance in Happy Valley, the BBC drama that is returning for a third series. His other television work includes War & Peace, Grantchester, McMafia, The Trail of Christine Keeler and The Nevers. His recent movies are Little Women, Nowhere Special and Rogue Agent, which is out on Netflix. He lives in London and is engaged to the actor Imogen Poots.
Showbiz Cheat Sheet Interview: Sarah Michelle Gellar Talks Buffy’s Legacy
“I think Buffy inherently works better as a TV show than a movie,” Gellar said. By the way, most great characters inherently work better over time. So whether it’s a Bond movie where you get all this time with James Bond and on actor really doing it or over a TV show because you become invested in a different manner when you have that length of time. And so I think when the movie was made, there were so many constraints.”
Inside of You: Nathan Fillion Talks Firefly Reboot, Joss Whedon and More.
Nathan Fillion recently appeared on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum where he spoke about the Firefly re-boot rumours and whether he would be involved…
Billboard Interview: Dove Cameron on Finding the ‘Freedom’ to Write Her Queer Anthem ‘Boyfriend’
When Dove Cameron started writing “Boyfriend,” she had zero expectations it would take flight. “I never though it would end up on the EP if I’m being honest,” she tells Billboard. But after a TikTok tease of the chorus went viral, the singer/actress and her team wasted no time getting into the studio to complete the unfinished demo.
Now, the Disrupter Records single is her first non-Disney hit on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 42 on the March 19, 2002 chart. “Usually you have three months to prepare for a song, but we all strapped in and have been making up for lost time. Which means I’m not ever sleeping,” she laughs.
Variety Interview: Morena Baccarin Would Love to Appear on ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ With Gina Torres
“9-1-1: Lone Star” has already featured guest appearance by to “Angel” alums, Julie Benz and Amy Acker, during the first few episodes of its currently airing third season. And if showrunner Tim Minear – who was a writer and executive producer on “Angel” and brought in Gina Torres, a vet of the WB series, as a lead on “Lone Star” at the start of Season 2 – is down for it, an actress from one of Minear’s other beloved series would love to make another reunion happen: “Firefly” star Morena Baccarin.
Screen Rant Interview: Kunal Nayyar, Elizabeth Henstridge & Tom Rhys Harries Interview: Suspicion
Now streaming on Apple TV+, Suspicion is a new thriller series that follows five British citizens who find themselves at the center of a kidnapping investigation when an American businesswoman’s son goes missing. The group embarks on a mission to prove their innocence while avoiding the authorities. Among the ensemble cast are Kunal Nayyar, Elizabeth Henstridge, and Tom Rhys Harries.
The trio of actors spoke to Screen Rant to discuss the twists and turns of the show, common questions they face from fans, and much more.
Collider Interview: Elizabeth Henstridge on Her Attraction to the Suspensful Thriller Series and How Each Character Has Their Own Secret
Apple TV+ original crime thriller series Suspicion follows five ordinary Brits who are accused of being involved in kidnapping the son of a prominent American businesswoman (Uma Thurman), after its discovered that they w ere all in the same New York hotel on the night that it happened. As they try to prove their innocence and secrets start to be uncovered, they also start to suspect each other.
During this 1-on-1 interview with Collider, which you can both watch and read, Elizabeth Henstridge (who plays Tara McAllister, a university lecturer and mom that’s also one of the suspects) talked about why she was attracted to this suspenseful thriller, her one rule for auditioning, whether she gets nervous when starting a new project, the mother-daughter relationship, when she found out how the season would end, and feeling like they earned the ending.