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ABCDEFGeek “J” Is For “Josh”

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Cracked’s After Hours offers 8 Mind-Blowing Connections Between the Works of Joss Whedon suggesting all his works fit into a single universe.

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Much Ado About Nothing

by Cap'n Carrot on October 25, 2013 · 0 comments

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Filmed over the period of 12 days in director Joss Whedon‘s home, Much Ado About Nothing is a low-key character-driven of version of William Shakespeare’s play that comes off quite different than the far more lavish version Kenneth Branagh dazzled audiences with two decades ago.

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Joss Whedon takes a couple minutes to tell you why Mitt Romney is the right candidate for those wanting to hasten the Zombie Apocalypse.

Whedon On Romney

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The Cabin in the Woods

by Cap'n Carrot on April 20, 2012 · 0 comments

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Despite languishing in obscurity for three years (the film was completed back in 2009) Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard collaborative effort is a stunning success. Co-written by the pair, and directed by Goddard, The Cabin in the Woods pokes fun at horror movie convention before providing one of the most memorable final acts you’ll see in theaters this year.

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Firefly veterans Nathan Fillion and Sean Maher have both tweeted that Joss Whedon’s version of Much Ado About Nothing starring various members of Whedon’s previous shows (including Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof as Beatrice and Benedick) is indeed real, and happening, they swear. I’m certainly intrigued by the idea, especially as a web-series, but I guess we’ll have to wait and see what the real story is after Whedon gets down with this super-hero movie he’s working on.

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Here’s a pretty pic from the set of The Avengers, which believe it or not has finally started shooting. After the jump you’ll also find a letter from director Joss Whedon to the fans.

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Featuring the voices of Matt Damon, Bill Pullman, Drew Barrymore, and Nathan Lane, and directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman—two former Disney animators responsible for “An American Tail” and “The Land Before Time”—“Titan A.E.” is a rousing, visually discombobulating science fiction adventure that bears its influences openly and affectionately and uses them as a tonal and stylistic springboard for its own distinct vision.

Scene-Stealers Contributor Phil Fava lends a critical ear to a film that he says is “one of the most under-seen and under-appreciated films of all time.”

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Seeing as we were just talking about Joss Whedon in the office today this seemed like an appropriate topic (and one I have no doubt alphamonkey will love to no end).

13 short years ago Buffy Summers (after a failed movie career) move to Sunnydale and thus began a seven year journey (plus a spinoff) including vampires (both with and without souls), a mayor with snake-envy, all manner of demons, death, robot sex slaves, witches, a trio of arch-nemesises, and even a god. Ah, the memories.

Happy Birthday Buffy!

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