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James Marsters: Appearances

22 January 2012 1 comment

James Marsters – APPEARANCES


14-16 Sep – Montreal Comiccon 

Nicholas Brendon: Appearances

22 January 2012 Leave a comment

Nicholas Brendon – APPEARANCES


30 Nov – 2 Dec: Welcome to the Hellmouth 

3-4 Nov: Rhode Island Comic Con 

14-16 Sep – Montreal Comiccon 

17-20 May: Fedcon 

17 – 19 Feb: Megacon 2012 

Charisma Carpenter: News

21 January 2012 2 comments

Charisma Carpenter – NEWS


10 Jan: Charisma to Reprise Her Role in The Expendables 2 

Anthony Stewart Head: Interviews

21 January 2012 Leave a comment



6 Jan:  Mail Online – The Day I Felt Maggie’s Wrath 


Anthony Stewart Head Tells MSN He Would “Jump At The Chance” To Do A Buffy Reunion

11 January 2012 1 comment

05/01/2012 13:00 | By Emma Roberts, Entertainment reporter, MSN Entertainment

Anthony Head: ‘I would jump at the chance to do a Buffy reunion’

It’s the news that every Buffy The Vampire Slayer fan has been dying to hear – Anthony Head, who played Giles in the cult TV show, tells MSN that he would be happy reunite with the cast.

When we caught up with Anthony Head at the premiere of his new movie The Iron Lady, we couldn’t resist the chance to ask him about one of the biggest cult television shows of all time; Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

We, like millions of Buffy fans across the globe, wanted to know if the actor, who famously portrayed Buffy’s ‘watcher’ Giles on the show, would ever consider doing a reunion with the cast in the form of a one-off television episode or a movie.

His answer got us very excited indeed.

Anthony said: “If Joss Whedon [the creator of Buffy The Vampire Slayer] was involved, I would jump at the chance. I would do anything. I would even just do one line, just because I think that the man is a genius and I love him.”

It’s clear that Anthony still holds a torch for the massively popular show and the fact that he seems so eager to do a reunion is a very positive sign for Buffy fans.

The actor also revealed that he still sees the Buffy crew on a regular basis and that they’re all “constantly in contact.”

He mentioned that he had “missed Sarah [Michelle Gellar] this time” as they were both working on television shows, but he had recently spent time with the rest of the cast.

How cool is that? We can just imagine all the Buffy cast chilling together and reminiscing about the good old days.

So, seeing as the cast are still buddies, surely a reunion must be on the cards? Well, it looks like it’s all in the hands of the up to the show’s creator, Joss Whedon…
Random interview observation
Anthony was incredibly friendly and somewhat of a stud muffin on the red carpet – we spied several ladies stopping to have their pictures taken with him!

Original Interview at MSN

Amber Benson and Adam Busch Talk Drones with Fanboy Comics

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Drones is available on DVD now.

Anthony Stewart Head Taks The Iron Lady with

5 January 2012 Leave a comment

Anthony Head Interview – The Iron Lady

Anthony Head (Merlin, Free Agents) stars in a film that’s being touted as a potential Oscar contender: The Iron Lady. Oscar winner Meryl Streep stars as the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher, and according to Head she’s incredible in the role.

On the red carpet at the Syfy/E! party at the 2011 Comic Con, Head talked about Streep as Thatcher, playing Thatcher’s right-hand man Geoffrey Howe (the architect of her economic plan), meeting the real Howe, researching the role, how this story is a King Lear for a new generation, and the film’s theme of power and what happens when it’s taken away:


The Iron Lady stars Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Anthony Head, and Richard E Grant, and will be released in theaters on December 16, 2011.

The Iron Lady Synopsis:
The Iron Lady is a surprising and intimate portrait of Margaret Thatcher (Meryl Streep), the first and only female Prime Minister of The United Kingdom. One of the 20th century’s most famous and influential women, Thatcher came from nowhere to smash through barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male dominated world.

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