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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