Pedro Pascal Reveals Just How Important Buffy the Vampire Slayer Was to His Career

Pedro Pascal at the 2024 Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Frazer Harrison (Getty Images) Pedro Pascal is currently living his absolute best life; after rising to fame on Game of Thrones and Narcos, he’s now an A-list star of screens big (Fantastic Four) and small (The Mandalorian, The Last of Us). … Read more

Melanie Lynskey Reluctantly Auditioned For Buffy The Vampire Slayer Only To Be Rejected

But it wasn’t just Hollywood stars who were considered for a role in “Buffy.” Some hugely popular musicians almost appeared in small roles in the series, but their careers got in the way. This includes Jenny Lewis, best known for her band Rilo Kiley, who has also acted in films like “The Wizard” and “Pleasantville.” … Read more

‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ Actor Camden Toy Dead At 68

Camden Toy, known for his work on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” has died. The actor passed away Monday following a 2-year battle with pancreatic cancer … according to his Facebook page, which has been flooded with an outpouring of fans, friends and family honoring the late actor. Camden’s partner, Bea Henderson, said he was diagnosed … Read more

James Marsters Is Proud of Subverting Expectations With ‘Buffy’ & ‘Torchwood’

The Big Picture Buffy the Vampire Slayer was ahead of its time by subverting the idea that women can’t fight back, challenging societal norms. James Marsters, who played Spike on the show, discusses the importance of subversion in art and how it can make people uncomfortable. Marsters also talks about his experience on Torchwood, a … Read more

Buffy Sainte-Marie Responds to CBC Report in New Statement

I want to begin by thanking the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for the honour. As one of the most prestigious awards in the global entertainment industry, it is a true recognition of the outstanding team who worked on my story – the true story of my life. I’ve always believed it takes … Read more

Indigenous people wrestle with Buffy Sainte-Marie false identity claims

Comment on this storyCommentAdd to your saved storiesSave TORONTO — Michelle Good still has the ticket stub, a memento of the last concert she attended with her mother. It was April 29, 1996. Onstage at the Vogue Theater in Vancouver that night: Buffy Sainte-Marie. Known for co-writing the Oscar-winning “Up Where We Belong,” writing the … Read more

First indigenous Oscar winner Buffy Sainte-Marie’s identity under scrutiny: Report

First indigenous Oscar winner Buffy Sainte-Marie’s identity under scrutiny: Report Buffy Sainte-Marie, the Oscar-winning songwriter has caught herself in a controversy as her indigenous identity is being questioned by a Canadian Broadcast Corporation. Buffy Sainte-Marie’s identity claims The singer, who has the honour of being the first indigenous-born Oscar winner for co-writing the song Up … Read more

CBC Releases Report Questioning Buffy Sainte-Marie’s Claims to Indigenous Heritage

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has released a documentary and article calling into question the Indigenous heritage of Buffy Sainte-Marie. The decorated singer-songwriter, who released a preemptive statement yesterday, maintains that she has Native ancestry, “but there was no documentation as was common for Indigenous children born in the 1940’s.” Based on its documentary series The … Read more

Teen Drama Shows Of The 2000s Ranked, According To Fans on Rotten Tomatoes (The Top One Isn’t One You’d Ever Guess!) | Buffy the Vampire Slayer, EG, Extended, Glee, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, Slideshow, Television | Just Jared: Celebrity News and Gossip

Teen drama shows dominated the airwaves in the 2000s, defining a generation who became obsessed with vampires, love triangles and high school drama, with some sports mixed in. There are a handful of great series Just Jared can name off our heads that we still watch today without anyone twisting our arms – and it … Read more