With Joss Whedon directing The Avengers, the Marvel universe is already getting a heavy dose of his Buffy The Vampire Slayer-style wit—but now it looks like a former slayer is about to actually take up the mantle of a famed Marvel character. But which one?
Heroes star Hayden Panettiere got buried in snark by a UK newspaper last week because she was charging fans for autographs at a con, even though it's pretty much standard practice these days. And Eliza Dushku wasn't going to let them get away with it!
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When you decide to attempt a shot-for-shot re-creation of (arguably) the most important Batman story ever, it's time to bring out the big guns. DC Animated has done exactly that, especially when it comes to its female leads.
Remember how Jane Espenson teased us a couple of weeks ago with some cryptic tweets hinting Eliza Dushku might star in a Torchwood spinoff? Well, the mystery has become a reality.
After months of waiting, the Torchwood drought is almost over! The revamped series (aka Miracle Day) will finally start airing in July, and it won't be alone. Get ready for a Torchwood web series called Web of Lies, which may or may not star a beautiful badass.
An animated version of the comic book classic Batman: Year One is about to become a reality—and lucky for us, some BIG names are stepping up to lend their voices to the film.
Eliza Dushku's Buffy the Vampire Slayer character Faith was so popular she not only went on to appear in the Angel spinoff, but in comics and novels as well. So how come Dushku's Slayer never ended up with a spinoff TV series of her own? Based on a recent interview, it sounds as if Joss Whedon was at least partly to blame.
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