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Daily Star Trek News recently spoke at length with Armin Shimerman (Principal Snyer, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) to promote the third book in his Illyria…
Sarah Michelle Gellar broke her silence Wednesday about her time starring in Joss Whedon’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” saying it had an “extremely toxic male set” while emphasizing the importance of surrounding herself with supportive women throughout her four-decade-long career.
Bianca Lawson would rather not be called ageless, thank you very much. Name-calling is one of the oldest power-plays in the book: It’s just as cutting in the boardroom as it was on the playground, but since it never causes physical harm, it’s easily dismissed. And while we all know the “sticks and stones” rhyme, anyone who’s been called a bitch or a slut (or stuck with any label she doesn’t identify with) understands just how damaging the name-calling can be. In Mislabeled, Glamour talks to some of the most interesting women we know about the role name-calling or labels playing in their pasts – and how it;’s shaped the women they are today.
Mark Ruffalo loves how She-Hulk finally addressed that Edward Norton used to be the Hulk “I actually joined with Ed about this,” Ruffalo tells EW….
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Almost 20 years after leaving the supernatural world behind, Sarah Michelle Gellar is returning to the genre that made her a pop culture icon.
What attracted her to the project was a combination of things, including making her fans excited about her role, Gellar told TODAY over the phone while talking about her work with This Is About Humanity.
While discussing her work with one of her favorite charities, This Is About Humanity, ahead of their big Aug. 27 gala in Los Angeles, Gellar reflected on the time she took a step back from her career to process the death of Williams.
You may know Tom Lenk as Andrew, one of the trio in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or you may know him from his social media skits – some with celebrity guests in them (we speak to him about his Teen Witch sketch later on). Perhaps you know him from his comedy plays like Tilda Switon Answers An Ad On Craigslist, the hilarious story of a modern day Mary Poppins who finds a depressed gay man on Craigslist and insists on dissecting his life as part of a character study for her next big movie role.
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’.
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?’