Whedonopolis talks to James Marsters about his new indi-film Dudes & Dragons, his band Ghost of the Robot and, of course, a little bit of Buffy!
The Oregon Convention Center served as home to the fan favorite Wizard World, Portland edition, February 22-24. This was my first time at a Wizard World event and I was not disappointed! A standard question for any frequent con-goer when checking out a new con for the first time is how smoothly will this be […]
James Marsters entertained a full house at Whedoncon over the weekend in Woodland Hills, He talked about many things including how he knew Spike could fall for Buffy, the differences between film and stage acting, one of his favorite roles outside the Whedonverse, and the cast’s doubts that it could do a musical episode.
WhedonCon is back for a third year in the Los Angeles area, and it’ll feature special guests including James Marsters, Sean Maher, and more. Pre-Con Discounted Admission & Social Events are still available.
Check out James Marsters in Dudes & Dragons on VOD, Digital Platforms and DVD on March 01, 2016!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer has had many homes since she started in 1997, and she’ll be moving to ABC Family later this month. We’ll take a look at all the channels she has called home.
LA Theatre Works never disappoints. Their production of The Hound of the Baskervilles was incredibly fun and a fantastic interpretation of the classic Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story.
If you’re a James Marsters fan, don’t miss out on seeing him perform live on stage at LA Theatre Works in a new production of The Hound of the Baskervilles!
This June, James Marsters will star in a new adaption of Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Hound of the Baskervilles” at the UCLA Bridges Theatre from June 12th – 15th. He does not play the legendary detective but rather the cursed heir of the Baskerville fortune. See below for more details. Adapted by […]
James Marsters is starring in a new independent film called Dragon Warriors and they need your help to complete it!