The iconic show 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' first aired back in 1997, and Entertainment Weekly gathered the cast and director Joss Whedon for a photoshoot and interview.
Entertainment Weekly gathered the extensive cast together for a photoshoot this week, some images of which came out on Wednesday (March 29th), with an in-depth interview coming soon. Whedon, who has since directed Marvel Universe cinematic blockbusters, described the get-together as “surreal”.
The creator takes a look at each of the seven seasons.
It's been 20 years since 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' first hit our screens, and the Joss Whedon classic still has a huge fandom and a lasting legacy 14 years after it ended. It was the show that first brought vampires to the small screen in a contemporary setting and was a cornerstone in the creation of bad-ass female TV characters.
Sarah Michelle Gellar starred in 'Buffy'
Creator Joss has taken this 20 year anniversary to reflect on each of the seven seasons of the phenomenal show; a show that spawned an equally popular spin-off, 'Angel', and propelled Sarah Michelle Gellar to international fame. The idea for the show, which started out as a box office flop of the same name in 1992, came to Joss when he grew tired of trite 80s horror films.
The actress was honoured with the American Cancer Society's Courage Award in Los Angeles on Saturday night.
Actress Shannen Doherty has said her cancer diagnosis has changed her life for the better and made her a ‘better human being’.
The ‘Charmed’ star was being honoured by the American Cancer Society on Saturday night, with her friend Sarah Michelle Gellar presenting her with their Courage Award.
Continue reading: Shannen Doherty: "Cancer Has Changed My Life For The Better"
Gellar will play Kathryn Merteuil in the TV sequel to the 1999 movie.
Last week Sarah Michelle Gellar announced she’d be reprising her role as Kathryn Merteuil in NBC's Cruel Intentions sequel pilot. Now the 38-year-old actress is really starting to get into character, as she’s switched her trademark blonde locks for Kathryn’s dark-brown do.
Finally, the sequel we deserve.
Sarah Michelle Gellar has finally been confirmed to star in the pilot of the upcoming series of 'Cruel Intentions', reprising her role from the original movie. Plus, she's also being tipped as a cast regular if the show continues, and we are very sure it will.
Sarah Michelle Gellar returns to the small screen
We have to confess, when we saw her name in the headlines we hoped that it would be a new series of 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' or something. Alas, no. But it's the next best thing. Disappointed as we were in the shambles that were 'Cruel Intentions 2' and 'Cruel Intentions 3', the idea of NBC picking up the movie for a full series was not especially inviting. But now that it's confirmed that Gellar will be reprising her role from the original movie, we couldn't be more excited.
Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar, who starred in ‘Cruel Intentions’, reunited on Thursday night (28th May) to watched a musical version of the teen melodrama.
The stars of the 1999 hit Cruel Intentions reunited for a special comedy musical version of the film. Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair, who played wealthy New York teenagers in a fatal spiral of seduction and betrayal, shared pictures from when they went to see Cruel Intentions: The Completely Unauthorised Musical on Thursday (28th May).
Reese Witherspoon reunited with her Cruel Intentions co-stars on Thursday.
The biggest stars of the CBS network including 'The Crazy Ones' actors Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams, and 'Mom' stars Anna Faris and Allison Janney were snapped on the red carpet the CBS Upfront 2013 event. Sarah is photographed kissing Robin on the cheek which makes one paparazzo shout, 'Get a room!'
Sarah Michelle Gellar's choice of baby name for her second child has finally been revealed, some two months after she and husband Freddie Prinze Jr welcomed the baby boy. Since the birth, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum, 35, has managed to keep the name under wraps - until now.
After rumors began flying around the internet, Gellar's representative was forced to confirm to US Weekly that Rocky James is the name of their first little boy. Married for ten years, Gellar and Prinze Jr are already parents to 3-year-old Charlotte Grace, though it looks as though they've got a real fighter on their hands this time. Of course, Rocky is also the name of two of history's most famous fighters, Rocky Marciano and the fictional Rocky Balboa, played by Sylvester Stallone in six movies. The name is actually of English origins, and in its most literal sense means "stony" or "craggy", however, it's also used as a nickname for the Italian "Rocco" (the 14th-century saint). It's perhaps easier to locate to reasoning behind Rocky's middle name James, with father Freddy sharing the name middle moniker.
With no projects on the horizon, it seems as though Gellar is enjoying motherhood for the time being. Freddie recently voiced a character for the animation Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, though his schedule looks pretty empty too. With Rocky about, they're probably going to need all the spare time they have.
Continue reading: Gellar's Baby Name Revealed! Is He Named After Classic Boxer?
Sarah Michelle Gellar's baby boy has finally arrived! US Weekly revealed that the former Buffy actress and her partner Freddie Prinze Jr have welcomed their new son into the world at some point in the last week, though the exact date has not been confirmed. Their rep told US magazine “Sarah Michelle and Freddie Prinze, Jr. are thrilled to announce that they welcomed a baby son into the world this past week” and added that “mother and baby are doing great.”
Sarah and Freddie haven’t revealed what the little boy’s name will be, just yet. They already have a daughter together – Charlotte – who turned three earlier this month (September 2012) and is reportedly “VERY excited” to be a big sister to the new arrival. News that Sarah Michelle Gellar was pregnant again broke back in April, with a source close to the couple telling US Weekly “She and Freddie are thrilled… They're amazing parents… They still have date nights all the time and have a normal life. They both came of age in Hollywood and love working, but their home life is more important to them."
It looks as though September is going to be a big month for celebrations in this celebrity household: not only will both of their children celebrate their birthdays this month, Sarah and Freddie’s wedding anniversary also falls on September 1. This year marked the couple’s 10th year of marriage and we wish them many more happy years together!
Zoiks! Like, man, some ghoulish fiend is turning party-hearty spring breakers into straight-laced zombies on the amusement park resort atoll Spooky Island! And for once you'll never guess (well at least not right away) who will be unmasked as the villain in the gleefully goofball live-action version of "Scooby-Doo."
Self-spoofing yet devoted to its inspiration, this campy comedy ex-cartoon escapade may be edited with a fire axe and aimed mainly at kids, but screenwriter James Gunn (a veteran of underground spoof studio Troma Films) and director Raja Gosnell ("Big Momma's House") know who the hardcore "Scooby" fans are. They're grown-ups who have fond memories of the Saturday morning cartoon about an oddball foursome of post-teen detectives and their bark-talking dog, but who have since come to realize how stupid it was.
Liberally sprinkled with humor that only adults will get -- like the winking implications that cowardly hippie Shaggy (played to squeaky-voiced perfection by Matthew Lillard) is a major stoner -- the movie assumes a working knowledge of "Scooby-Doo" and is very smart about being deliberately stupid. It makes sport of the TV show's repetitive plots ("I'd have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for you meddling kids!"). It pokes fun at the characters' personalities (perpetual damsel-in-distress Daphne, played with ditzy aplomb by Sarah Michelle Gellar, has become a black belt). And it's clever enough to know what parts of its source material worked and what didn't.
Continue reading: Scooby-Doo Review
Scooby and Shaggy save the day in "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" -- or to be more precise, they save the movie. The scaredy-cat dog and his whimpering stoner sidekick get all the laughs (and all the "eeewww!" gags), with such disparity that it's as if a different screenwriter (with half the wit) wrote the balance of the movie.
Alas, James Gunn (who wrote the first "Scooby" movie and last week's clever but dumbed-down "Dawn of the Dead" remake) penned the whole thing -- even the paid product placements for Burger King and the 15-minutes-of-fame sing-along cameo by "American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard.
Continue reading: Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Review
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