Lots of different stuff this time.
In LA there is thing called the Paleyfest
described as “an extraordinary interactive pop culture event, connecting fans with the casts and creators of their favorite series…” Guess which series had a reunion panel? Buffy!! I have a friend who attended and I hope to have a first hand account for next week, but for now, here are some links to enjoy. Joss and Sarah and James and Brandon and Charisma and Emma and Seth were among the cast members who participated. I’ve heard tickets for this one sold out in two hours!
Getty Images: *
Matt Ausiello's overview:http://community.tvguide.com/blog-entry/TVGuide-Editors-Blog/Ausiello-Report/Scoop-Spoilers-Secrets/800035980
Matt Roush (he moderated the panel):http://tinyurl.com/2mlohphttp://tinyurl.com/2ykw9f
(his opening remarks)*
*The Futon Critic liveblogs the event:http://www.thefutoncritic.com/rant.aspx?id=20080320
Links furnished by Buffybud Maria Lima
Same theme, different tune—Culturegraph
is kind of a unique concept. “Music, movies and art transformed into charts and graphs…pop culture on acid.” Here’s one submitted with a Buffy theme. Can you come up with any of your own? Let me know and I’ll post a link here next week.
And talk about timing, the first love scene between Spike and Buffy made the TV Guide’s list
of hottest love scenes—at numero uno!!! I certainly remember it. Do you?
Ever see the Wolf Man with Lon Chaney Jr? It came out in 1941 so there's a good chance you didn't see it in the theatre. But surely you’ve seen it somewhere along the way. Well, Benicio Del Toro is set to star in the remake
. The fabulous Rick Baker is doing make-up. Here’s a glimpse of his magic.
And from Mario on the road—a pic of him with author Caitlin Kittredge
from pal Richelle Mead’s Blog. He’s talking to a wolf—a wolf –where the hells the devil duck? Check out Richelle’s blog
for more fun and games.
And last but not…well, you know. Here’s the cover for the fourth Anna book, Legacy. Comes out in September.