Dichen Lachman (Dollhouse, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) will star alongside Willa Fitzgerald, Ron Perlman and Harvey Keitel in Joe Baby, which has just wrapped filming in…
David Arquette (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Movie) has been added to the cast of new drama series from Peacock, Mrs Davies, in a recurring role….
Previously on Buffy the Vampire Slayer: With the revelation that Willow took over Buffy’s mantle as the Slayer, we’re pretty caught up on that front. Of course, with her not being the “rightful” Slayer, Willow’s suffering from some pretty serious side effects that are working overtime on her psyche.
While Buffy Summers will always be synonymous with the words “vampire slayer,” she isn’t the only iconic character that those words bring to mind. The likes of Willow Rosenberg, Angel, and Spike have all become fast fan favorites during their respective times in the spotlight, and the latter of those three has just returned to it once again. But, like so many other things in the world of The Vampire Slayer, this version of Spike is both strikingly similar and eerily different from the one fans know best. And, as of now, there is no telling what he has in store for the mostly unsuspecting Scooby Gang.
“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.”
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…
Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This iconic series rocked the television landscape following its debut on March 10, 1997, and though it wasn’t a huge award contender, Sarah Michelle Gellar did receive a nomination for a Golden Globe for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. The premise of the series is simple, Buffy is know as a vampire slayer and though the teenager wants a normal life, she has to embrace her destiny as the chosen one. The Joss Whedon series will forever live in the hearts of fans who watched all seven seasons. However, the culture has changed since the series finale aired on May 20, 2003, does the plot still hold weight in modern times.
“Firefly” holds a special place in the hearts of sci-fi fans. Whatever issues have come up in terms of creator Joss Whedon, the story itself was endlessly compelling. Nine people from different backgrounds travel together on a firefly class spaceship, through an uncertain territory, trying to get to where they’re going (and doing crime along the way). It’s a Western set in space, in a future where people are settling new planets because Earth is no longer viable. Sort of like how people settled in the Old West.
The episode, while still interesting, returned to a pattern of puzzling plot developments
Despite the series name, Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics prove Willow would be a better Slayer than Buffy – at least, as far as Giles is concerned. Boom! Studios’ comics have embraced the “Slayerverse,” Buffy’s version of the multiverse; it’s allowing the comic book publisher to explore countless different timelines, and the latest is one of the most enjoyable to date. It’s a vision of a world where Buffy is no longer the Slayer, but rather where that mantle has been passed on to another.