According to TVLine, she'll appear in the May 1st episode.
Karuna Tanahashi keep presenting new songs to the Buffy Big Bads. She has given us such great songs as Wherefore Art Thou Juliet?, You Renegade Vamp and Ooh Mr Mayor, among others, and this time Faith gets her song. It's rather Hip Hop-rhytm'n'blues-funk-ish.
I'd say it is great as usual and the best produced video so far.
There's details for Buffy #22, Angel & Faith #23, Willow: Wonderland trade and the Buffy story in Dark Horse Presents #25.
Christos Gage talks about comics, his childhood, career, tastes and guilty pleasures. And - about Parthenon.
The L.A. Times covers Bus Ado: "Number two was not permitted." We also have SXSW screening reports and reviews from The Huffington Post, The Hollywood Reporter, Flavorwire.com: "Alexis Denisof is a smashing Benedick; he lets the words drip off his tongue like bile, and pulls off his many soliloquies merely by seeming like the kind of guy who loves nothing more than the sound of his own voice", ComingSoon.net: "the real joy of this version are the little guys [...] they all take advantage of delightful small moments to fill Shakespeare's words and Whedon's film with soul", Geeksofdoom.com: "Acker exudes such charm and grace, it's impossible not to fall in love with her", FilmSchoolRejects.com: "a whimsical, enchanting and laugh aloud adaptation", BadAssDigest.com:
"See it, fall in love with it, then meet up with me so we can dish. Much Ado About Nothing is a triumph of charm and wit, going down so pleasantly that we very easily forget how astonishing it is that it actually exists"
Tired of reading? Take in these red carpet pics at AustinChronicle.com.
The New Yorker's discussion of modern female trickster heroines mentions Buffy.
The picture was taken this Saturday at Duff's Cake Mix. More pictures here.
Thanks to Jo.
Eliza will be joining Keegan-Michael Key and Walking Dead cast member Lauren Cohan to discuss tonight's new episode with host Chris Hardwick at 10pm.
It works quite well (btw the show first aired 16 years ago today).
There's big reductions on Firefly, Dollhouse, the complete Buffy and Angel boxsets and the Buffy movie.
Or does he?
Whedon tried to explain how the S.H.I.E.L.D. agent returns from the dead.
"I'll tell you guys this, Heimlich," Whedon joked, before effectively clamming up about the show. "I can't talk about it," he admitted, but said that he did bring Coulson back from the dead for the ABC drama. "Yes. For realsies."
"For Nathan - how did you get to be so awesome?":
Nathan: That's a good question. First of all, you sit have excellent taste. I have made a career of riding coattails. The secret to being awesome is picking the right coattails. I enjoy acting and I love telling stories, but until I met Joss I wasn't good at it."
"The reason Whedon has such a huge fan following is that he never forgets that it begins with interesting characters. The characters of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING are complicated creatures, and Whedon and the actors breathe life into them in a facile way."
Their first in a line of Firefly-themed tabletop games. They made the announcement via Facebook. A version of the rules can is available here.
Not to be confused with the role-playing game from Margaret Weis Productions and the board game from Gale Force Nine, both of which were also announced recently.
More footage from the Digital Spy interview, this time focussing on what Joss would like to see happen with the new Star Wars movies.
There will be a panel with Joss and the cast after the screening at the SXSW festival. Expect a lot of reviews and interviews in the next few days. ETA: MuchAdoFilm is tweeting from the event (cool pics).
It got nominated for "Best Theatrical Disc", "Best 3D Disc", "Best Box Art", "Best Blu-ray Movie Disc", "Best App", "Best Superhero", "Best Sci-Fi" and "Best Action".
EW.com enjoys the vidlets from the bus journey along with the rest of us (and we see Fran getting an idea and the now obligatory Harlem Shake).
Much Ado About Nothing gets another UK screening at Bradford International Film Festival, on the 14th and 18th of April.
Very excited to get to see it at my very own local Film Festival.
Even the tone downed ads are a bit creepy. The movie opens in Japan this Saturday.