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  1. Joss Whedon Comes Down Hard On The “Genuine, Recalcitrant, Intractable Sexism” In Comic Book Movies

    Tell 'em, Joss.

    In a conversation with Digital Spy on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, two months before the Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel movie announcements, Whedon said the lack of female-led superhero films were inexcusable, and encouraged Marvel to take the lead on lady superhero films.

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  2. Joss Whedon on Chances He’ll Direct Avengers: Infinity War, “I Couldn’t Imagine Doing This Again”

    Maybe he could just cameo?

    We're all anxiously awaiting Avengers: Age of Ultron but there are at least two more Avengers films from Marvel on the way. Joss Whedon might need a nap though, so you'll have to find someone else to direct them.

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  3. Ultron is Judging You in Empire’s Avengers Covers

    Empire Magazine has just debuted two covers for Joss Whedon's upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron and while the second features the full hero lineup, we're feeling a wee bit judged by Sir Ultron here.

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  4. [UPDATED] Check Out Adam Hughes’ Promo Art For Joss Whedon’s Ill-Fated Wonder Woman Movie

    Is there a universe where both this movie and Firefly season two exist?

    Of all the cancelled projects in the world, there's no doubt the one I'm most upset we'll never see is Joss Whedon's Wonder Woman. Morena Baccarin kicking serious butt in the classic outfit and probably something to do with psychologically-damaged ballerinas? I'm so in. Though we'll tragically never get to see what Whedon would have done with the property, we can see its solitary piece of promo art.

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  5. What Do Scarlett Johansson’s Scenes in the Age of Ultron Trailers Mean For Black Widow?

    "Oh boy."

    If the little bits and pieces we've seen of Natasha Romanoff in all of Marvel's Age of Ultron trailers are anything to go on, it's very likely we'll be seeing a lot of the character's origin story in the upcoming film. But is that a good thing for fans who want Black Widow to get her own solo film? (Big honkin' comic book spoilers abound, as well as possible Age of Ultron spoilers if I'm right WHICH I KNOW I AM.)

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  6. Joss Whedon & Anita Sarkeesian Meet, Have Laughs, Fight the Patriarchy

    Alternate title: Joss Whedon Casts Anita Sarkeesian in His Next Superhero Film "Feminism Force Five"

    Anita Sarkeesian is having a pretty good week. First she was featured in Intel's chief executive Brian M. Krzanich keynote speech as CES where the company took a strong stance against harassment in the industry and put forth a huge initiative towards diversity at their company. Now here she is chumming it up with our friend Joss Whedon! Where? Why? Who cares! This is awesome.

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  7. From Diana To Danvers: What Can We Expect From The New Female-Led Comic Movies?

    It’s the dawning of the age of the superheroine. With comics like the new Ms. Marvel, starring the kick-ass Kamala Khan, making bold and potent statements, it’s not surprising that the movie moguls are taking notice. Shortly after the Wonder Woman movie was chalked up on DC’s slate for a 2017 release, Captain Marvel was announced for the following year. Both, it seemed, had been waiting for the other to step out onto the dance floor.

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  8. Joss Whedon On Avengers: Age of Ultron’s Inception, Vision’s Look, Scarlet Witch & More

    Some people who aren't us got to speak to Joss Whedon on the set of Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron a few months ago and just posted their interviews. We're not bitter or anything.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Joss Whedon Wants To Make That Frozen/Batman Parody We’ve Been Waiting For

    "My parents are dead!" "LET IT GO."

    Okay, we haven't been waiting for it. But we sure are now.

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  10. Remastered HD Version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Is Full Of Problems (and Crew Members)

    It's all falling into place. Of course, that place is nowhere near this place.

    When Buffy first hit the airwaves in 1997, it was filmed in standard definition with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Nowadays many TV owners have widescreen sets capable of much higher definition. So what do you do when you want to go back and rewatch those old shows—leave them in the correct aspect ratio and do what you can to improve the quality of the original film? No, in the case of 20th century Fox's remastered version ofBuffy the Vampire Slayer, you totally ruin them. Whee!

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