You probably know that Joss Whedon’s production company is named Mutant Enemy. But did you know where the name comes from? Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly is a huge fan of the prog rock group Yes, and he supposedly...Show More Summary
Any fan of Joss Whedon‘s sci-fi series Firefly will tell you that it’s one of those shows that came to an end far too soon. It only lasted for a single 14-episode season, but that was enough for it to become a cult favorite TV series...Show More Summary
Whether or not you buy Joss Whedon hanging around the Arrow-verse, it looks like another Marvel star is making the leap. With Jessica Jones Season 2 off in the distance, Wil Traval will become a Human Target for Arrow’s fifth run, once again trying to protect a brooding hero. Continue reading…
Whedon revealed how one particularly long day of shooting resulted in "The Avengers'" post-credits scene.
For all his success, critical acclaim, and devoted fan base, Joss Whedon still has his fair share of detractors. On occasion, these haters may present a valid criticism of Whedon and his work (which will be summarily dismissed and disregarded henceforth), but most of the time, they’re riding high on the train of spite and antagonism. […]
Joss Whedon’s beloved space Western Firefly was canceled more than a decade ago after just one season, but don’t tell that to Browncoats, the rabidly loyal fans of the show who refuse to let it die. Their dedication has brought us the...Show More Summary
It’s been 11 years since Serenity, the film continuation of the Firefly TV show, and still fans remain optimistic that the series will return in some form or another. Joss Whedon’s tale that merged the western outlaw with the vacuum of space struck a chord with people who still want to see more of their favorite characters. Show More Summary
Last week brought the excellent news that the Flash / Supergirl musical crossover episode that fans have been hoping for would actually, finally become a reality in the upcoming TV season. Naturally, the next question on everyone’s minds was who would be responsible for bringing this spectacularly weird, endearingly geeky event to life. Show More Summary
DC and The CW have a habit of granting practical wishes of fans and reporters, to the point that fan-fervor brought Constantine’s Arrow appearance, the Flash-Supergirl crossover and more, most recently cementing a musical crossover for the latter two in 2017. Show More Summary
As the season 3 premiere of The Flash nears, new details are emerging about this installment, including the introduction of a new, big villain, someone just as menacing as Dr. Alchemy. This new evil force is a staple of DC Comics and The Flash showrunners are bringing this familiar bad guy onto the show in... Show More Summary
It was kind of bombshell yesterday when the CW announced at the Television Critics Association Press Tour that they were considering a two-part musical crossover between Supergirl and The Flash. Why not? The stars of both series have musical experience, so why not exploit that? The Flash already has if you’ll recall season one’s one-off trip to the karaoke […]
In addition to the massive four series DC/CW crossover event, Supergirl and The Flash will also have their own adventure but with a twist: it will be a musical episode. Now we have an idea of who may direct the event.
Yesterday, the CW announced at the TV Critics Association press tour that the CW would be doing something quite interesting with two of their DC shows: they'd have a two-part musical crossover between them. The shows in question were...Show More Summary
One of the unseen and often-unnoticed challenges in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has to do with keeping the characters consistent between films, seasons, and series. As much as I love Joss Whedon’s AVENGERS film, I maintain that the Loki in that film compared to the Loki in the first THOR film is night and day, and the reason is understandable. Show More Summary
Jeremy Renner didn't like the direction Hawkeye took in the first Avengers and suggested that Joss Whedon kill him off.
The creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer will also accept Idris Elba.
Joss Whedon Making Another Marvel Superhero Actioner?? Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! “If somebody pointed to me and said, ‘you want to make a Black Widow movie?’ the answer would be ‘Duh,’” Joss Whedon tells IGN. “For...Show More Summary
After working with Kevin Smith in season two of the CW series, "Flash's" Gustin would love to get the "Avengers" director behind the camera.
Joss Whedon has made a name for himself working on a lot projects in the realms of sci-fi, fantasy and superheroes, so would he ever work on an episode of Doctor Who? Here's what he said.
Joss Whedon made his mark on the Marvel Cinematic Universe with "The Avengers" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" before walking away from the franchise, though according to the director, he could be persuaded to return to the superhero realm...Show More Summary