Eliza Dushku may be back on TV this fall. The first trailer to the new Saint series has been released. More after the jump.
While Comic Con is known for the crowds, costumes and craziness, the core programming of the five day holiday-from-real-life live quietly in the meeting halls where the working folk of the all-media pop world share their experiences and expertise in writing, production, drawing, as well as the legal arena of comic books and intellectual property. In that mix is the “after-market” world of successful franchises, whether it is movies or television. One of those avenues is comics.
Whedonopolis.com/Fandom Charities is returning to Comic-Con 2012. And this year, they’re not coming alone!
Whedonopolis.com is proud to host Nicholas Brendon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Criminal Minds), J. August Richards (Angel, Conviction, Raising the Bar), as their special guests for this years blockbuster event.
Joss Whedon fans and scholars, including members of the Whedon Studies Association, will gather on University of British Columbia’s Vancouver campus from July 12 to 15 for the fifth bi-annual Slayage Conference. The conference is the largest of its kind, bringing together scholars from around the world to discuss the works of Whedon, or, as the scholars refer to his creations, the “Whedonverses.”
An all-day marathon event starting at 8 AM (ET/PT) — only on SCIENCE This Independence Day, SCIENCE invites viewers to celebrate by choosing Browncoats over redcoats and tuning in for an all-day marathon of its 2002 hit series FIREFLY. Complementing the 10th anniversary reunion panel that will be held at this year’s San Diego Comic
So far, The Cabin in the Woods has earned $17 million dollars in less than a week, and will likely to earn more in home video. Some have wondered if a sequel is possible, despite the earth-shattering ending. There’s no answer to that yet, but maybe something happened after the movie ended. After the jump, we’ll show you what may have happened after the movie. Maybe…… (WARNING: Has Plenty of Spoilers)
Always wanted to be in showbiz? Well, now you, too, can be The Powers That Be! Sorta.
Dichen Lachman and Fran Kranz of Dollhouse are the stars of Lust for Love, a proposed film that is seeking backers via Kickstarter.com. If you haven’t heard of Kickstarter, it’s a place for anyone to put up a creative project and ask for funding. Some of the ideas are pretty cool, like this one, and some… aren’t (a faux Andrew Dice Clay? Umm, pass).
Andrew Chambliss is really earning his stripes in the comic book Whedonverse. The former Dollhouse writer is currently scribing both Dollhouse: Epitaphs and Buffy: Season 9 and succeeding in bold fashion! With Dollhouse: Epitaphs #3, Chambliss turns in another solid chapter to the post-apocalyptic Dollhouse mythos and takes us even deeper into the twisted and tormented psyche of the original damaged doll, Alpha.