Most fans, including myself, were left feeling shortchanged and screaming for more when "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" went off the air after seven seasons. It was even worse when "Angel" got yanked, but that's a whole other can of worms. Season Eight in comic form never really did it for a huge percentage of the fanbase, but it looks like Whedon and company may have found a solution.
If the word coming out of Hollywood this evening is correct, we are about to lose a huge piece of cinematic history. MGM, which boasts one of the best known logos in the entertainment business and a library of some 4,000 films, could be placed on the auction block due to its massive $3.7 billion debt.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone who's been following the show's rocky road since Day One, Fox TV has canceled Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse". But at least they're letting it run its course and will air all 13 of this season's episodes, enabling Whedon to give it a proper send-off.
We all thought we were only a few months away from the February release of the Joss Whedon scripted slasher flick, Cabin in the Woods. Unfortunately MGM has other plans. Looks like we're gonna be shopping for a new horror valentine this year.
Joss Whedon is a busy man - impressive to me since I'd written him off as a one trick pony after the Buffy comic all but ended my enthusiasm for the series.
And a late night slice of goodness rolled into our inbox tonight showcasing not one but three teaser posters for Joss Whedon's latest project ... The Cabin in the Woods.
If you're a fan of Fox TV's "Dollhouse" series, we have some good news and some bad news. Let's start with the good: The premiere episode of Season 2 is being written and directed by Joss Whedon himself. The bad? You're going to have to wait one more week to get your dose of Dushku as Fox has pushed back the series' return to September 25th.
In a rare display of common sense, it seems that the powers that be behind the upcoming Buffy the Vampire Slayer big screen remake tried extending an olive branch to creator Joss Whedon in the hopes of getting him involved in the project.
Those who have been watching "Dollhouse" on Fox claim it has finally hit its stride after a somewhat rocky start, and the show's upward trending ratings seem to bear that out. So one has to wonder why, then, Fox has decided to cut its season short by declining to air Episode #13, "Epitaph One".
The cast list for Joss Whedon’s new project Cabin in the Woods just got a little longer tonight.
MGM finally let the proverbial cat out of the bag tonight in terms of the casting of the Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard's latest film, The Cabin in the Woods, and I have to say things are shaping up quite nicely.
IF Magazine released an interesting and rather optimistic quote by accomplished writer Joss Whedon today regarding the just beginning film project Cabin in the Woods. Whedon co-wrote the film with Drew Goddard, who will be directing, and has a lot of confidence in what they are trying to do.
Never let it be said we don't look out for you guys. Though it's been delayed and relegated to the Friday night wasteland, finally on February 13th we'll have a chance to see if Joss Whedon still has what it takes to make a successful show when "Dollhouse" makes its long-awaited debut on Fox TV.
Still need a good reason to brave February in New York? Well, if the fact that Dread Central will have its very own booth at New York Comic Con (#1161) isn’t enough, how about an appearance by “Buffy”, “Firefly” and now “Dollhouse” creator Joss Whedon?
Finally, some casting is going down for Cabin in the Woods, the Drew Goddard/Joss Whedon-penned horror film that Goddard will be making his directorial debut on.