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Joss Whedon

Suddenly

Surprise! There’s a Brand New Joss Whedon Movie You Can Rent Online

Were you intrigued by the clip we posted from In Your Eyes, described by co-star Zoe Kazan as what a Nicholas Sparks movie would look like if it were written by Joss Whedon? Were you sad that you probably wouldn’t be able to see it anytime soon? Good news! A day after its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival the film has been released online and is available to rent by anyone with a credit card and five available dollars.

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Essay

The CW Ignores Fans and Their Own Website With Digital Series Boost

Recently, The CW network announced that an online show featured on their Seed website will become a full TV series, then acknowledged the show selection ignored the online programming their viewers actually preferred.

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Shiny

Watch the Opening Scene From In Your Eyes, AKA Joss Whedon Writes a Nicholas Sparks Movie [VIDEO]

Anyway, “almost like Joss Whedon does Nicholas Sparks” is how co-star Zoe Kazan described In Your Eyes, which is premiering this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival. Brin Hill is directing the film, while the Whedonater wrote it. After seeing the first few minutes I’m… curious, at the very least. Hit the jump for a description of what you just watched.

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i swear by my pretty floral bonnet i will end you

This Disney Firefly Fanart Is Joss Whedon-Approved

Hit the jump for a larger version of Stephen Byrne‘s Disney Firefly illustration, plus another one of Disney Buffy. I would watch the shiny hell out of both of them. Imagine Zoe and Wash’s duet!

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For science...you monster

Eliza Dushku Kicks Butt In Machinima’s New Sci-Fi Short, The Gable 5

From director Kevin Tancharoen, of Mortal Kombat: Legacy fame (not to mention brother of SHIELD’s Maurissa Tancharoen) comes another Machinima original. It’s definitely got a sci-fi bent, I got a slight Portal vibe, but Tancharoen calls it, “a sci-fi, futuristic version of The Truman Show.” Besides Eliza Dushku doing what she does best, it also features a few other familiar faces.

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Guess Which Character Amy Acker Got On A Joss Whedon BuzzFeed Quiz

Amy Acker first landed a Joss Whedon role in the Angel television series where she played Fred/Illyria. She’s gone on to feature in a few more of his projects (Dollhouse/Much Ado About Nothing). BuzzFeed, as you may already know, is known for their ever-growing number of quizzes which are meant to place you in a certain personality category (or something even more vague). Acker decided to take one of these quizzes, “Which Joss Whedon Heroine Are You?” and got an unexpected result – Firefly’s Kaylee.

For the record, I got Cordelia.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Batman Beyond Hoodie

This Batman Beyond hoodie by Poland deviantart user envylicious is prettttty awesome. Sadly, bidding has ended on this one but perhaps there will be more?

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Once More With Feeling

Firefly Producer Utters The Words “Limited Series”

We don’t want to get your hopes up. Things have been said. If you don’t like them, you should probably yell at the person who said them, not us. Thank you. 

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Essay

Without Buffy Summers There Is No Tessa Battle

[Editor's Note: Novelist Kelly Thompson has a few things to say about how, like a lot of us, Buffy the Vampire Slayer affected her life in a significant way. Read on to see exactly how and find out just who Tessa Battle is.]

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Pretty Pretty Princess

Joss Whedon Willing to Trade J.J. Abrams Thor for Ewoks and Make Cinderella an Avenger

Of course Whedon is joking. But in this final tweet, at least, I think Anna Kendrick speaks for us all.

Previously in Joss Whedon

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