Watching Castle episode "Headhunters" guest starring Adam Baldwin. Gonna pull out some quotable goodness for you... Castle: "What can I say to change your mind?" Slaughter: "That is a very fine coat..." Castle: "And it would look fabulous on you." Slaughter: "Man needs a friend, he gets a dog. Woman like that [Beckett], you storm… Continue reading Quotes – Castle: Headhunters
I've recently had several people ask me about The Hunger Games, since the Super Bowl trailer apparently caught the eye of the general population. The basic premise is pretty much summed up in this passage from the book: "The mayor steps up to the podium and begins to read. It’s the same story every year.… Continue reading Bread & Circuses – The Hunger Games
14 years ago today, my jaw hit the floor, and I began to get the feeling that I really had no clue where this show was going. The kind of show I thought I was watching was nothing like what Joss had in mind. In a sense, it was the end of my innocence regarding… Continue reading BTVS: Innocence – January 20, 1998
Top 5 Nerdist Podcasts of 2011: The Doctor, His Companion and Their Burritos | Anglophenia | BBC America “I actually had to pull off the side of the road at one point to wipe the tears from my eyes and get my breathing under control.” True story. I was driving the crazy winding roads of… Continue reading Nerdist Podcast Countdown on Anglophenia
Watching this week's CraigyFerg eps. John Hodgman is on. Craig reads a quote from the back of Hodge's book. It's Neil Gaiman's quote from the Nerdist podcast. (Bonus points for exposing his underbelly.) Related articles Nerdist Podcast #134: JOHN HODGMAN (nerdist.com) The Best Thing About Neil Gaiman's New Audiobook Imprint [Books] (io9.com)
From the imagination of PopCultureMonster Joss Whedon Dear Santa, Thank you for my present last year. A huge franchise movie, along with two smaller projects were exactly what I wanted. This year I’d like for the FOX empire to crumble and for their executives in charge of programming to know the sting of a thousand… Continue reading Joss Whedon’s Letter to Santa
Jack: Torchwood... outside the government, beyond the police. Tracking down alien life on Earth, arming the human race against the future. The twenty-first century is when everything changes. And you gotta be ready. Owen: Look I've shared cars with women before, I know what'll happen, there's an emergency, all raring to go, I jump in,… Continue reading Torchwood Quotes
At the groundbreaking ceremony for a new cultural center, Xander accidentally releases Hus, a Native American vengeance spirit, looking to payback the "white settlers" who took his people's land. Meanwhile, Buffy just wants to have Thanksgiving with the people she loves, but she must figure out who Hus is going after next. She also must… Continue reading Thanksgiving: A Sham with Yams… A Yam Sham
Apparently while other Gawker sites have been unraveling, especially in terms of community, io9.com is still hanging in there, being its same old nerdy self. I was looking for a good solid review of Ghost Story (cuz I'm too lazy to write my own) and came across a decent one there on io9. But it… Continue reading The Dresden Files – What the hell is it?
Found this online. Buffy comic "Season 8" has some random cameos. This one makes me smile. It's fun to think that maybe the parallel universe where Rose & the metacrisis Doctor are stuck might be the Buffyverse. And who knows, maybe the new TARDIS is masquerading as a red phone box...
OK, after 24 hours of insanity, I promise this is my last post about Much Ado: The Movie. At least for a little while. This is EW.com's big fat official interview with Joss, Sean & Amy. Some good details and a few pictures. This one made me squee. And I'm not usually a squee-er. "Obviously… Continue reading Last Ado… for now
And with a Press Release, we finally have some real-life answers from real-life Joss Whedon... Santa Monica, CA (October 24th, 2011) Bellwether Pictures proudly announces the completion of principal photography on MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, a modern version of Shakespeare’s classic comedy adapted and directed by Joss Whedon (Marvel’s upcoming THE AVENGERS, “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along… Continue reading Much Ado… Officially Official
Courtesy of Pink is the New Blog, there is now some casting information on Much Ado: The Movie. Beatrice: Amy Acker (Angel, Dollhouse) Benedict: Alexis Denisof (Buffy, Angel) Claudio: Fran Kranz (Dollhouse) Hero: Jillian Morgese (The Avengers) Dogberry: Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Buffy, Dr. Horrible) Leonato: Clark Gregg (The Avengers) Don Pedro: Reed Diamond (Dollhouse) Ursula:… Continue reading Much Ado About… A Joss Thing
About an hour ago, the tweets began... Which leads us to this website, featuring not much of anything except this image: If this is what it says it is... I'm all for it. The idea of Joss doing Shakespeare is five flavors of awesome. And the cast list is kind of epic. This tweet lends… Continue reading Much Ado About… what now?