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June 18 2013

Alexis Denisof and Amy Acker's best Whedon moments. You may or may not that know that Joss wrote and directed Wesley's final scene in Not Fade Away.

Somehow that surprises me not even a little bit.
Yeah, not surprising, considering how it HURT MY HEART in an oddly uplifting way.
They don't say anything about their "best Whedon moments." Alexis mentions Wesley's arc, and Spin the Bottle, but Amy doesn't say anything about Fred's 'best'. Misleading headline is misleading.

It was cool finding out Joss wrote/directed Wes's death scene though. Of course he did. #cryface
Wow I like this film clip better than any I've seen before!
I, too, was disappointed in the lack of "best Whedon moments" here. But I'm happy to learn that Joss wrote and directed Wesley's death.

And that trailer was really well done. I think I agree that it is better than the others.

I'm still sad that I'm not going to get to see the film in a theater. I just hope we don't have to wait too long for the DVD.
I remember reading an interview with Alexis Denisof where he posed the question - does Wesley die happy from being with his love or die miserably because he knows it's a lie? Very insightful thought IMO and really impressed me on the depth of how approached his work.

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