Saturday, 18 Aug 2018
Entertainment

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reboot in the works

Buffy the Vampire Slayer returns to the TV.

Fifteen years after the fantastic drama of seven seasons aired in 2003, a reboot is underway, a representative of 20th Century Fox TV confirmed

Joss Whedon, who created the original series, signed with Gail Berman, Joe Earley, Fran Kazui and Kaz Kazui, and Monica Owusu-Breen write the script

. Characteristic of a black actress in the leading role, originally played by Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy Summers), according to Variety .

Last March, 20 years after Buffy Against the Vampires hit the small screen, Entertainment Weekly swept the Scooby Gang for a whole.

The meeting, which included a photo shoot in a cemetery, allowed the cast to show how they have aged over the past two decades – much to Whedon's disappointment.

"It's surreal," Whedon said. "For the most part, it's like a high school reunion, but it's even worse because they're all very beautiful." I hoped some of them would gobble up a little, but that did not happen. "

The reunion includes Whedon, Gellar, Emma Caulfield, Amber Benson, Alyson Hannigan, David Boreanaz, James Marsters, Seth Green, Charisma Carpenter, Michelle Trachtenberg, Kristine Sutherland, Alexis Denisof and Nicholas Brendon.

Although many actors have had other successful roles, Buffy will always hold a place in their hearts because of its impact on fans.

"The most important thing for me is that people came to me to tell me that the show made me feel different from what they could be, from what. they could do, in the way they reacted to problems, their leadership role, "said Whedon." People who draw strength from my little terrors … there is no better legacy than that. "

" I am so incredibly proud of what we have all created. Sometimes you need distance to really understand the gravity of that, "said Gellar." I appreciate everything about this job. As an actor, all you want to do is leave your mark – you want to do something that affects people. "

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