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December 22 2011

Buffy reboot gets staked? Hero Complex tweets that the writer has been fired and the project is in limbo. ETA: There's an article that goes into greater detail on the Hero Complex site.

November 02 2011

Q&A with David Boreanaz and Carla Gugino about The Mighty Macs. Joss gets a mention and DB gives his opinion on the Buffy reboot and Angel Does Stuff tumblr.

July 26 2011

Charisma Carpenter comments on the Buffy reboot. She's still not in favour, to put it mildly.

May 11 2011

Sarah Michelle Gellar comments on the Buffy reboot. "To try to do a Buffy without Joss Whedon?... It's the dumbest idea I've ever heard".

February 01 2011

Marti Noxon on the Buffy reboot and her two new movies. 'I Am Number Four' and 'Fright Night' seem to be coming along nicely.

January 07 2011

Seth Green comments on Joss Whedon and the Buffy reboot movie. And there's some info about what to expect from the fifth season of Robot Chicken which premieres this Sunday.

December 01 2010

PR battle over Buffy reboot heats up. Seemingly stung by internet criticism, studio insiders told The Hollywood Reporter yesterday that Joss turned down the reboot last year. The press run with this story but fail to notice that Joss commented on it to EW.com back in June of 2009 "I believe [the producers] did ultimately reach out to my agent after the news broke. I think that's something better left untouched by me."

June 17 2010

Buffy reboot dead in the water? - Vanessa Hudgens allegedly turns down role. Apparently she was offered a chance to star alongside with Sarah Michelle Gellar in the reboot. According to a 'source', "the project has been shelved for now". More...

May 27 2009

Variety has more on the Buffy reboot movie. Vertigo principal Roy Lee says "Now seems like the right time, studios are looking for a franchise and vampires are relevant again" and "as a producer, I'm just trying to find a movie the studios want to make. It seems the core concept is the way to go".

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