Screenwriter Zak Penn talks about how his original script for 2012's "The Avengers" differed from Joss Whedon's final version.
Joss Whedon, who directed the 2017 film, Justice League, addressed the allegations against him by cast members of the movie. […] The post Ray Fisher responds to Joss Whedon’s claim he is a ‘bad actor in both senses’ appeared first on TheGrio.
The former "Buffy" star opened up about standing with Ray Fisher, the "Justice League" star who was the first to speak out about Whedon last summer.
The Snyder Cut is twice as long as 2017's theatrical version. Here's a complete list of everything that changed, from the Easter eggs to the extra Justice Leaguer. Let Zack Snyder explain.
The actress appeared on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel" between 1996 and 2004.
Actress who starred in producer's signature TV series writes emotional statement outlining "events that traumatize me to this day."
Joss Whedon is departing the HBO drama “The Nevers,” where he was set to write, direct and serve as showrunner.“We have parted ways with Joss Whedon. We remain excited about the future of ‘The Nevers’ and look forward to its premiere in the summer of 2021,” HBO said in a statement.“The Nevers” is an epic science-fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities and relentless enemies, and are on a mission that might change the world. The series is still expected to premiere next summer.Also Read: HBO Max Wades Into the 'Is 'Die Hard' a Christmas Movie?' Debate“The Nevers” was picked up straight-to-series in 2018 and was set to be Whedon’s first TV project since “Dollhouse,” which ran on Fox from 2009-2010.“This year of unprecedented challenges has impacted my life and perspective in ways I could never have imagined, and while developing and producing ‘The Nevers’ has been a joyful experience, I realize that the level of commitment required moving forward, combined with the physical challenges of making such a huge show during a global pandemic, is more than I can handle without the work beginning to suffer,” Whedon said in a statement. “I am genuinely exhausted, and am stepping back to martial my energy towards my own life, which is also at the brink of exciting change. I am deeply proud of the work we have done; I’m grateful to all my extraordinary cast and collaborators, and to HBO for the opportunity to shape yet another strange world. ‘The Nevers’ is a true labor of love, but after two-plus years of labor, love is about all I have to offer. It will never fade.”Casting for “The Nevers” was completed months ago. The ambitious drama features an expansive cast that is led by Laura Donnelly and includes Olivia Williams (“Counterpart”), James Norton (“McMafia”), Tom Riley (“Dark Heart”), Ann Skelly (“Death and Nightingales”), Ben Chaplin (“The Thin Red Line”), Pip Torrens (“The Crown”), Zackary Momoh (“Seven Seconds”), Amy Manson (“Torchwood”), Nick Frost (“Fighting With My Family”), Rochelle Neil (“Terminator: Dark Fate”), Eleanor Tomlinson (“Poldark”), Denis O’Hare (“Big Little Lies,” “Late Night”), Sonia Sawar (“Black Mirror”), Elizabeth Berrington (“Waterloo Road”), Ella Smith (“Babylon”), Viola Prettejohn (“Counterpart”), Anna Devlin (“Hanna”) and Martyn Ford (“Kingsman: The Golden Circle”).The news regarding Whedon leaving “The Nevers” was first reported by Cinemablend.Read original story Joss Whedon Exits HBO Drama ‘The Nevers’ At TheWrap
'Justice League' director Joss Whedon has denied actor Ray Fisher's claim that he tried to digitally alter a castmate's skin tone on the superhero film.
WarnerMedia has launched an investigation into the production of "Justice League," a source with knowledge at the company confirmed to Variety. The decision comes after repeated public statements by one of the film's stars, Ray Fisher, alleging misconduct by filmmaker Joss Whedon and producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg while making the film. There have […]
In a live panel for the independent "Justice League" fan convention JusticeCon on Saturday, actor Ray Fisher claimed that he is undergoing "a process" to get to "the heart" of his earlier allegations that director Joss Whedon engaged in "abusive, unprofessional" behavior on the set of the 2017 DC Comics adaptation. Fisher was asked to […]
The superhero star calls out the director for alleged "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" treatment of cast and crew in latest controversy to engulf the troubled DC Comics team-up movie.
The soon-to-launch streaming service announced the debut of the near-mythical Snyder Cut, fulfilling the wishes of a long-running fan campaign.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn responds to Martin Scorsese's comments that Marvel movies are "not cinema."
The Academy Awards continue to generate bad press as celebrities criticize the Oscars for cutting several categories from its broadcast
Drew Goddard first worked with Chris Hemsworth on "The Cabin in the Woods" and helped him land the heroic role of Thor. Now he turns Hemsworth evil in "El Royale."
David Boreanaz, now starring in CBS's hit "SEAL Team," expresses support for upcoming "Buffy" relaunch, which has come under fire on social media.
One of the most beloved TV series of the last two decades, Joss Whedon’s <em>Buffy the Vampire Slayer</em>, is making a comeback. A reboot of the supernatural drama is in development at Fox 21 TV Studios, the cable/streaming division of 20th Century Fox TV, the studios behind the original series, which ran for seven seasons, first on the WB and then on UPN. <em>Midnight, Texas</em> creator Monica Owusu-Breen has been tapped as writer, executive producer and showrunner of the new <em>Buffy the V…</em>
“The Nevers” is an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and on a mission that might change the world. “We have long been fans of the incredibly talented and prolific Joss Whedon and we can’t think of a better project than ‘The Nevers’ with which to welcome him to the HBO family,” HBO programming president Casey Bloys said in a statement.
Joss Whedon is set to executive produce a half-hour comedy series currently in development at Freeform, Variety has learned exclusively. The project is currently titled “Pippa Smith: Grown-Up Detective.” Hailing from creators Siobhan Thompson and Rebecca Drysdale, the series is described as a dark comedy that follows Pippa Smith, a twenty-something former kid sleuth, as she […]
Rumors about the show's return have picked up steam in the wake of successful TV revivals like "Roseanne" and "The X-Files," but Eliza Dushku doesn't think it's coming back.
Joss Whedon’s unmade “Wonder Woman” script stirred up controversy when it leaked last year. But the director and screenwriter stands by his work, and addressed the reactions head on.
Zak Penn recalls scenes that were cut and characters whose roles were reversed in his original screenplay for "The Avengers."