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Joss Whedon

  1. Get Your First Official Look at Ultron on This Entertainment Weekly Cover

    Robot Roll Call!

    The newest issue of Entertainment Weekly features everything San Diego Comic-Con-related, so of course the cover has a giant picture of Tony, Steve, and Ultron looking all stoic and imposing on the cover. And hey, everybody looks pretty great! Mild spoilers for Age of Ultron to follow.

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  2. Joss Whedon Maybe Broke My Heart A Little With This Serenity Doodle [Spoilers]

    You took the skies from me, Joss! YOU DID!

    Joss Whedon blessed the Internet earlier this week with a napkin addendum to Buffy, and now he's moved on to extending the Serenity story with another awesome doodle. Spoilers inside!

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  3. Joss Whedon Brings Back Buffy (On A Napkin)

    It's like theres a party in my eye sockets and everyone's invited!

    After news that the Giles TV show might still be a possibility, Joss Whedon decided to throw Buffy fans another dusty, vampire bone by resurrecting our fave fightin' blonde. Well, kinda; when a fan recently "summoned" Whedon via Twitter to wish for more Buffy, he actually appeared.

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  4. Zoe Saldana Talks Teenage Boys And Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn Reveals Joss Whedon’s Impact On The Script

    Um, I mean "ooga chaka ooga chaka ooga chaka."

    We're eagerly awaiting Guardians of the Galaxy's August 1st arrival (or, you know, midnight on July 31st), but in the meantime James Gunn and Zoe Saldana have revealed some of the inspirations behind the film that resuscitated B.J. Thomas' career.

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  5. Dominion’s Anthony Head Teases Us About A Giles TV Movie From Joss Whedon

    Hello, Ripper.

    Anthony Stewart Head, do you realize the power of these words???

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  6. Singing Plants and Sweet Transvestites: Top 10 Best Geeky Musicals

    Once More With Feeling

    Comic books, science-fiction dystopias, and B-movies of the 1960s are not obvious subjects for Broadway musicals, but geek culture and the Great White Way have intersected with surprising frequency throughout the years. A few weeks ago, ABC announced a new musical comedy Galavant which promises to satirize medieval legends and the knight’s quest. In honor of Galavant, here is a countdown of my top 10 geek musicals.

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  7. Age of Ultron, Lee Pace, Winter Soldier‘s DVD Short: It’s a Marvel News Roundup!

    Excelsior!

    While the ongoing saga of who's going to direct Ant-Man continues, the rest of the Marvel juggernaut (well, not Marvel's Juggernaut... but you get the idea) rumbles along with Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, and the upcoming DVD release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Here's what's happening (and notably not happening, in the case of Winter Soldier) in the other parts of the Marvel universe.

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  8. Star Wars’ Andy Serkis Is Busy Helping Mark Ruffalo Be A Hulk, Mark Hamill Is Just Happy To Be Here

    And I'll Form the Head!

    It may look like Mark Ruffalo is just playing around on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but he's putting in some serious work too! He has the tweets to prove it! Andy Serkis, newly cast in Star Wars: Episode VII, is apparently helping him with his Hulk. Meanwhile, original Star Wars cast member Mark Hamill is really excited about the new space gang. 

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  9. Review: Is Joss Whedon’s In Your Eyes Worth Your Five Dollars?

    Review

    Last week saw a pleasant announcement for those who thought they'd have to wait until The Avengers: Age of Ultron for a new Joss Whedon film: Right after its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, it was announced that the Whedon-written In Your Eyes would be available to rent online. Which I did, because co-star Zoe Kazan described it as "almost like Joss Whedon does Nicholas Sparks," and hell, that makes me curious. Should you rent it too? My answer is a resounding "it depends."

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  10. Sigh: Warner Bros. Announces Zack Snyder To Direct A Justice League Film After Man of Steel Sequel

    Suddenly

    We're gonna go out on a limb and say most of the characters in the above image will not be in Zack Snyder's forthcoming Justice League film, just announced over the weekend. 

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