Star Trek: Nemesis may have sadly ended up being a commercial flop, but it at least sort of jumpstarted a young Tom Hardy's (Bane in The Dark Knight Rises) career when he played the villainous Shinzon, Captain Jean-Luc Picard's (Sir Patrick Stewart) clone. But did you know there was a Buffy actor who also auditioned for the role?
It's been a little while since James Marsters threw on the long black trench and played everyone's actual favorite vampire of all time, Spike. But he's returning to the role this year in a whole new way, and we've got an exclusive look.
High school queen Cordelia Chase and cigarette-loving, trench coat-wearing vampire Spike didn't exactly get along during their years on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. But co-stars Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters have reunited for a guest spot on Supernatural, and this time they're getting along so well they're husband and wife.
Remember that Syfy pilot we mentioned back in March about a daydreamer named Walter who turns unlikely superhero using the ability to move any object using just his mind ... but no more than 3 inches? Well, Walter just found the leader of that covert team of superheroes he joins—Buffy the Vampire Slayer's James Marsters.
Caprica's back. (Well, almost. We're actually still counting down the days until next Tuesday.) And you know what that'll mean. James Marsters will also be back, returning as terrorist leader Barnabus Greeley.