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Glee's Heather Morris Up For Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Glee's Heather Morris Would Love The Role McKinley High’s favorite Cheerio has reportedly caught the eye of Hollywood execs – the 23-year-old actress/dancer is being considered for a theatrical reboot of “ Buffy the Vampire Slayer .” “They’re considering me!” Heather told Access, “I found out and I almost peed my pants ‘cause I was so excited!” The bubbly blonde is such a fan of the stake-wielding heroine that she doesn’t care how large her role is – as long as she gets to be involved. “If they make [‘Buffy’] when [‘Glee’] is on hiatus, I don’t even care what I do,” Heather laughed. “I can just run through the shot and do nothing – even if I’m not Buffy!” In this new reboot Buffy will no longer be in high school but instead facing the same hardships that a lot of young college graduates have today in struggling to find a paying job and a healthy relationship. Please Leave A Comment- Source- accesshollywood

Joss Whedon Turned Down Buffy Reboot

Joss Whedon Turned Down Chance To Be Involved The Internet exploded in anger Thursday at news that Warner Bros., Atlas Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment are planning a new Buffy the Vampire Slayer film without Joss Whedon , maestro of the 1992 film and 1997-2003 TV series. Whedon himself fanned the flames, advising fans to "leave me to my pain" in a witty missive. But Whedon was offered a chance to be involved with the new Buffy -- and passed. According to studio insiders, he was approached last year after Buffy rightsholder Fran Rubel Kuzui and husband Kaz Kuzui began developing a remake with Vertigo. After presented with the opportunity, Whedon decided he'd rather work on other projects (he's making Marvel Studios' The Avengers). Producers then began searching for a writer and late last year hired actress-turned-scribe Whit Anderson. The unknown Anderson, with only bit film appearances to her credit, came up with a take on the Buffy myth that was st