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'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Cast Weighs in on Revival (Video)

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast is speaking out about a possible reunion!

Stars Sarah Michelle Gellar, Alyson Hannigan, James Marsters, Charisma Carpenter, and creator Joss Whedon all shared their thoughts in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly.

“At a certain point, when things are magical, you don’t want to go back and Godfather III it, right?” Sarah joked. “I’m sure the fans are incredibly disappointed to hear that answer, but I think they’d be more disappointed if we created something and it didn’t live up to the expectation because the expectation is so incredibly high. And I love that it can live in comic form and graphic novels. There are so many worlds it can live in.”

“I think we should do the Buffy cartoon,” Alyson added, while James chimed in, “I think if Joss is helming it, then hell yeah. If not, then hell no.”

“I think the fans would just go crazy if something like that would happen,” Charisma shared. “It would just make so many people happy.”

Watch below to hear what Joss himself had to say!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Cast Weighs in on Revival

'Batgirl' Standalone Film In Development From Joss Whedon!

A standalone Batgirl movie could be coming to theaters!

Joss Whedon is nearing a deal to write, direct, and produce the standalone movie based on the DC Comics superhero, Variety reports.

Batgirl is considered one of the most popular fictional superhero characters in the world, but she has never been highlighted on film.

Batgirl originally appeared in the comics back in 1967 as Barbara Gordon, the daughter of Gotham City police commissioner James Gordon. Gotham is, of course, where the Batman series takes place.

No casting has been announced at this time. Stay tuned!

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Chris Pine Puts Congress' Bad Behavior Into Work Place Situations for 'Leonard' PSA!

Chris Pine stars in Joss Whedon‘s latest voting PSA and stars as a tantrum-throwing boss who reflects the bad behavior of Congress.

The 36-year-old actor “stars as Leonard, the human embodiment of today’s United States Congress – he’s dysfunctional, inappropriate, and if he was your employee, you’d fire him.” Also featured are Alan Tudyk, Romy Rosemont, and more.

The Save The Day campaign has registered nearly 50,000 voters through this digital campaign. Joss created the initiative to promote the idea that voting is a necessary and heroic act.

Watch the latest PSA below!

If Congress was your co-worker – Starring Chris Pine
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Joss Whedon Launches Star-Studded Campaign for Hillary Clinton - Watch Now

Joss Whedon just launched a new campaign involving a ton of celebrities – all to help Hillary Clinton get as much support as possible for November’s Presidential Election.

The first video for the new organization, Save the Day, a super PAC, involved 27 celebrities and non-celebs for Hillary.

Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Julianne Moore, Keegan-Michael Key, Don Cheadle, James Franco, Jesse Williams, Hamilton‘s Leslie Odom Jr, Taran Killam, Cobie Smulders, Martin Sheen, and Neil Patrick Harris are just some of the celebrities featured in the first video, which labels Donald Trump as “a racist, abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of society.”

Watch the first video from Save the Day below…

Joss Whedon Is Cutting Ties with Marvel Universe - Find Out Why

Joss Whedon has revealed he has cut ties with the Marvel world in a new video interview.

“I sort of had my finger in all of the films in the second phase but then I just had to concentrate only on Ultron and sort of know that when it was done, I was just going to stop. So I made a completely clean break – not because we had a falling out, just because if I was still there going, ‘Well, here are my thoughts on this film,’ I’d be there every day,” the 51-year-old writer/director said during a talk with the Oxford Union.

“It’s important to me, not just to have my own thing and do something smaller, but also to create a new challenge for myself because I will start to repeat myself,” Joss continued. “I think Steven Soderbergh during one of his ‘I’m retiring’ moments said, ‘I’m finding the same solutions for problems. I found myself in the same way. I need to increase my vocabulary because I’m now at a place where enough people know what I do and I’ve done it enough where I could just sort of vaguely do that, and that is how you become old and obsolete. As an artist … I need to make it harder for myself, so I’m working on a few personal projects that I can’t describe. But I can tell you that they’re really hard, and I’m totally failing, and it feels great.”

Joss has been heavily involved in the Marvel world. He wrote and directed Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron. He also created Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..

Watch his entire interview below…

Joss Whedon Is Cutting Ties with Marvel Universe