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"I saw their production of Giselle in 1890. I cried like a baby. And I was evil!"
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March 28

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer', reimagined by its fans. Remember when the New York Times asked for your Buffy fanfic for an article they were doing? Well here's the finished piece.

March 27

Happy birthday, Nathan Fillion! Captain Tightpants turns 46 today.

March 25

Willow Rosenberg will be bringing out a Buffy Grimoire in October. The Official Grimoire: A Magical History of Sunnydale "is the first and only truly comprehensive collection of every magical moment from all seven seasons of Buffy".

March 24

The new X-Men series "Gifted" has started filming. The first behind the scenes photo has been released featuring Amy Acker being directed by longtime X-Men film director Bryan Singer who is shooting the pilot. More...
Happy birthday to Alyson Hannigan. She turns 43 today. More...

March 23

Eliza Dushku joins CBS' 'Bull'. She will have a 3 episode arc beginning May 9th with the possibility of a promotion to series regular for Season 2.

March 22

David Boreanaz to star in CBS Navy SEAL drama. He'll be replacing Jim Caviezel on the untitled pilot.
(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 11 #5. And the title of this issue is "Desperate Measures".
Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse, and Firefly will be leaving Netflix in April. Back to DVDs then.
(SPOILER) Synopsis and Promotional Photos for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 4x16 "What If..." The third pod begins April 4th.
Star Wars Celebration with Sarah Michelle Gellar. She'll be doing autographs and photo ops at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, April 14 and 15.

March 21

9 sci-fi musicals that rocked television before Supergirl and The Flash. "This week, Supergirl and The Flash are airing musical episodes - a good use of the talents of Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist, who had proved themselves on Glee. But theirs isn't the only musical interlude on sci-fi television." More...



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