The fact the set of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is so quiet on a Wednesday afternoon is in direct opposition to the insanity of the show itself. We visited the Culver City set and there was nothing going on in Coulson’s office. Fitz and Simmons’ lab was silent and the common area was deserted. But on the show, which…
Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog was this perfect little burst of musical-theater supervillainy, which rocked the internet... and then there was no more. Are we going to have to summon the Evil League of Evil to get us a sequel? Apparently not. It's still happening... just very, very slowly.
Check out this concept art from Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog: That's the first sketch of Bad Horse, the mastermind of the Evil League of Evil. Costume designer Shawna Trpcic originally read the script and thought Bad Horse was a person.
To commemorate the release of Dollhouse Season 2 on DVD today, the Dollhouse team made this music video for the song "Remains" from the episode "Epitaph One." What's it about? A fellow who buys his android lover through the mail.
Joss Whedon always swore he'd never do a Dollhouse comic book, but looks like we'll get one after all. "Epitaphs" tells the story of how some key characters survived the brainpocalypse. It'll be bundled with the season two DVDs.
Dollhouse, Joss Whedon's weirdest show, started out being about people who can be anybody. But last night, every one of the show's characters was so clearly defined, so much themselves, that their personalities are imprinted on our brains forever. Spoilers...
Joss Whedon's mind-warping Dollhouse ends tonight, and then we'll enter the "endless rewatching and overanalyzing" phase of our relationship with this show. Here are 10 things we'll miss most about Dollhouse, plus some clips from tonight's finale.
Last night, Dollhouse served up a blend of the Borg, The Matrix and The Cell... and then revealed how they all fit together, in a wholly original story. And then we finally learned the secret origins of Rossum. Spoilers ahead.
Most television shows either accept their limitations or transcend them. Dollhouse started out bashing its head against its limitations, before finally leaping over them. And after last night, I'm not sure it still has any. Spoilers and mindwipes ahead...
Everyone who's been complaining that Dollhouse pulled a bait-and-switch, showing us a post-apocalyptic world at the end of season one, then failing to revisit it in season two: quitcher bitchin'. We saw the roots of that dystopia last night.
Season two of Dollhouse gets "darker and stranger" and further from the "client-of-the-week" aspect as it goes along, says writer Jed Whedon. And there are lots of exciting twists coming up. Plus clips from tonight's slasher-tastic episode. Spoilerama!