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Joss Whedon in Talks to Write and Direct a Batgirl Movie

Avengers Director Moving from Marvel to DC

Mar 30, 2017

Variety reports that Joss Whedon is in talks with Warner Bros. to produce, write, and direct a standalone movie based on DC Comics' Batgirl character. More

Comic-Con 2010 Day 3 – Captain America, Thor, and The Avengers Movies Panel

Chris Evans, Kenneth Branagh, Natalie Portman, Robert Downey Jr., Joss Whedon, and others on Marvel’s Upcoming Films

Jul 27, 2010

The Marvel Studios panel featured their upcoming films Captain America and Thor, as expected, but the big surprise was their panel on The Avengers movie, which featured the full cast, including the announcement on who would be playing The Hulk. We have full details of the panels that featured Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Kenneth Branagh, Chris Helmsworth, Natalie Portman, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, Joss Whedon, and others. More

Dollhouse is Officially Canceled

Fox to Air Final Episodes In December

Nov 12, 2009

As reported by Entertainment Weekly's Ausiello Files, Fox's Dollhouse is no more. The series—which had been struggling in its Friday night time slot—will not be renewed for another season. However, Fox does plan on airing the remaining episodes in December. Catch 'em while you can. More


Interviews

Joss Whedon

Master of the Dollhouse

Feb 01, 2009

After a half-decade absence from the medium that made him famous, Joss Whedon is coming back to television. The mastermind behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly (as well as Serenity, Firefly’s big screen resurrection) returns   to the small screen with Dollhouse, a sci-fi action drama that’s decidedly different from his previous ventures. More


Reviews

Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog

Studio: New Video NYC

Aug 14, 2009

In the middle of 2008, when most of the country was caught up in presidential politics and new episodes of So You Think You Can Dance, Joss Whedon launched the year's most inventive piece of televisionon the Internet. Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, among others, debuted Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog on Hulu, offering the three-act superhero musical comedy for free in one-act installments over the course of a week. More