Joss Whedon: The Death of Orson Welles, The History of Women and Beyond

One of my friends from way back, Sheer­ly Avni, has just post­ed an inter­view with Joss Whe­don, who has now dom­i­nat­ed in four media cat­e­gories: film (Seren­i­ty), tele­vi­sion (Buffy the Vam­pire Slay­er), comics (Run­aways, The Aston­ish­ing X‑Men) and final­ly the inter­net. (Dr. Hor­ri­ble’s Sin­ga­long Blog). The inter­view was con­duct­ed for Moth­er Jones, so there’s a lot about pol­i­tics, gen­der, the writ­ers’ strike, and, yes, TV and film. It runs about 38 min­utes. Have a lis­ten.

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