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April 28 2015

Joss Whedon on which of his projects gets the most fan attention. There's other interesting bits and pieces to be had in this Metro interview.

I really hope the next thing he does is make sure the Buffy conversion to HD is done properly. I have to believe he has the power to make it right, and his last tweet about the "Blu-Ray issue" made me hopeful that he does.
Nice quotes in here- (I seem to remember him talking previously about how Firefly is the project he gets asked about the most)- I really liked the quotes about ghosts myths and our relation to them.
And the Frankenstein theme. He mentioned steam punk as interesting a while back. I wonder if he's headed to the past. The foursome flashback scenes in Buffy were terrific.

I'm clueless but it's fun to speculate.
Now I don't feel so bad anymore when I don't want to ask Supermarket staff and the likes for their help and rather search a store for ages myself :>
Yeah, I kind of hope his next project is to oversee a digital clean-up of the Buffy episodes for HD. Erasing visible crew and equipment, re-applying the proper filters, etc. Not that I have any intention of buying such a set, I just want to see an end to all the HD vs. standard def arguments.
This interview made me misty in a few places.

I wonder if he's headed to the past

I think in an earlier interview he mentioned "turn-of-the-century female Batman." I don't know what that looks like, but I'm totally on board.
I'm surprised Firefly beat out Buffy, even if by a slim margin.
You got me wondering, long until "turn-of-the-century" refers to the late 1990s/early 2000s?

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