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Watch: 30-Minute Conversation With Joss Whedon At Film Society Of Lincoln Center

by Jason McDonald
June 10, 2013 10:44 AM
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At a recent event hosted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, fanboy fave and Marvel guru of the moment Joss Whedon was invited to come down and talk about his recently released passion project “Much Ado About Nothing.”  After being treated to a sneak preview of the classic Shakespearian tale, the floor was opened up, and Whedon took questions from the audience. This turned the discussion from the complexities of Shakespeare to the joys of all things geeky.  

In the video below Whedon opens up about the possibility of returning to “Firefly” and, from the sound of things, it doesn’t seem like it’ll happen anytime soon. When asked about what other comic book character he’d like to tackle he admitted that he had a special affinity for Batman. However, one of the most interesting bits of info was that he expressed interest in trying to direct a ballet. Give him a scarf and a frumpy looking beret...yeah, we could see it happening. Watch the video below, it’s a 36 minute experience filled with plenty of geeky quirks. [Filmmaker IQ]

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  • J | June 10, 2013 3:25 PMReply

    That Horacio Caine impression at the end was hilarious.

  • Mr Anonymous | June 10, 2013 11:13 AMReply

    Joss Whedon directing a Batman film? That would be awesome but never gonna happen in a million years!

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