After Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel ended, there were persistent rumors that Director Joss Whedon was going to make a Spike movie with actor James Marsters reprising his role as the fan-favorite vampire. It never happened, but now the movie is taking new life as a comic book called Into the Light, written by…
Last night's season opener of Warehouse 13 took a couple of very well-worn ideas, and managed to make them feel pretty fresh, all over again. The two quests that our heroes go on are full of things you've seen before, but they're helped immensely by the characters, a few cunning twists... and guest star James Marsters.
Two castmembers from the original Buffy the Vampire series will be joining the Winchester brothers on a very special Supernatural, delightfully titled ""Shut Up, Dr. Phil."
Friday's Smallville, "Homecoming," was a change of pace from what we've seen thus far this season. An old villain returned in an unexpected way, Clark flash-forwarded to the Metropolis of 2017, and 90% of the episode took place in Smallville.
James Marsters told us the secret of playing a great villain: "You have to come to grips with the fact that it's fun to hurt people." He also explained his personal religion, and his scheme to come back to Torchwood.
The first half of Caprica season one was about setting things in motion. But the second half, airing January, will be all action, the producers told us. And James Marsters talked about playing a religious fundamentalist who uses his sex-appeal.
Caprica, Syfy's dark, roiling prequel to Battlestar Galactica, is really about the American Empire and its unavoidable collapse, says actor James Marsters, who joins the show Friday. We took the opportunity to ask Marsters if he's coming back to Torchwood.
He's already livened up Torchwood, Smallville and Dragonball, but now Buffy's punky vampire, James Marsters, is joining the cast of Caprica, the prequel to Battlestar Galactica. He'll play a terrorist (presumably a monotheist) named Barnabus Greeley. Says EW's Michael Ausiello, "Driven by desires both moralistic and…
James Marsters told an interviewer that he'll be filming the sequel to the much-reviled Dragonball Evolution after he gets done touring with his band in Europe this spring and summer. He's just been told he can officially announce a sequel. Even fansite DB The Move greets this news with gritted teeth, saying "Let's…
Did Dragonball kill all of James Marsters' sex appeal for you? Don't worry, we've got clips of him fighting an alien, as a cowboy. Throw in a unicorn and you've got last nights sex dream.
There are balls of lint smarter than Dragonball Evolution, which opened today. But at the same time, it's an awesomely goofy slapstick action-comedy with acrobatic fight scenes, laser pistols and scenery-chewing. Here's our spoilery review.
Goku and Piccolo make with the dance-fighting in the latest - and most over-the-top - Dragonball Evolution trailer.
Everyone's favorite vampire has saddled up for the role of outlaw in the new Sci Fi Channel original movie Alien Western. Lucky us — we've stumbled upon some set photos of Marsters all dirty-cowboyed up.
Wondering what the highpoint is for Angel and Buffy veteran James Marsters about his role as intergalactic bastard Captain John in BBC's Torchwood? That American bigots will have a hard time with the show's - and his character's - sexuality. More on that, as well as Marsters talking about the possibility of a Spike…