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The eponymous heroine of the late ’90s/early ’00s television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer and her Scooby Gang have faced innumerable monsters that made their way from various myths into popular culture.
This includes but isn’t limited to dangerous humans, undead, ghosts and spirits, vampires (of course), wizards and witches, and demons, as well as half-demons and “Old Ones” (Cthullu for all intents and purposes). Some of them were forgettable vampire henchmen, while others stuck with the audience to this day.
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.
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Tom Lenk is widely loved by Buffy fans for his role as Andrew, which expanded from a fun side character into something far more integral as each season progressed. But there’s so much more to his career beyond Sunnydale.
Digital Spy caught up with Tom to discuss Buffy and his wider career highlights, including a brand new play called Lottie Plachett Took a Hatchet that’s currently part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme.
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reboot first announced in 2018, to be written by Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. alum, Monica Owusu-Breen and executive produced by Joss…
Drew Goddard’s 2011 horror/comedy “The Cabin in the Woods” is a fun, self-aware deconstruction of cabin-in-the-woods horror movies, a subgenre that has been lampooned more often than it has been presented earnestly. The film has an incredibly elaborate setup: A group of college kids is preparing for a vacation in the titular cabin. Each one of the kids fulfils a notable cinematic/literary archetype: The athlete, the fool, the scholar, etc, though they’re not full-on cliches, at least not yet. While they pack their bags and hit the road, the college kids are being secretly watched by a group of white-collar lab workers who have been covertly feeding them drugs and manipulating their behavior and their personality traits.
Humanity loves a champion. Angel is the champion of the people in Hollywood and he fights to save humanity from the monsters that lurk in the darkness. He bumps back the things that go bump in the night. Although the Angel we know and love in this alternate world is different. He still fights the fight and runs Angel Investigations, but why he does it is still a mystery.