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March 07 2013

The Austin Chronicle interviews Joss Whedon about 'Much Ado'. It's sort of a film preview article for SXSW 2013.

"I did not see myself as Nick Fury, but now that you've said it, I'm going to."

That was my reaction when reading the interviewer's question, then Joss came out and said it!

"If I could have traded one thing, you know, running sound in your own neighborhood turns out to be ... there's a lot of mowing that goes on in the world."

Having not seen the movie, is the time period established? I don't even know when the gas-powered lawn mower would be appropriate.

[ edited by OneTeV on 2013-03-07 17:32 ]
They use iPads, OneTeV. So modern day.
I love the lawnmower line. And the writer clearly knew that was the best line to end the piece on. Nice interview.
Spontaneously embracing another person's impromptu referential nickname for you; so very Joss.

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