Sarah Michelle Gellar has spoken out about the possibility...
UPDATE: In further reboot news, it sounds like Buffy The Vampire Slayer isn’t completely off the cards.
It’s been nearly two decades (way to make us feel old!) since lead character Sarah Michelle Gellar first appeared in the series, but while speaking at the #BlogHer16 event in Los Angeles on Friday, the 39-year-old teased at a potential reboot.
“You never know… but that being said, the point of Buffy, what was so special about it was, it was a metaphor of the horrors of high school. The monsters were literally the manifestation of the horrors of that time. That’s a very specific story. I don’t know what that story is now.
“The whole idea of Buffy giving her power at the end — what you can follow and what [producers] could reboot is any of those young slayers coming today.
“Bullies were a literal bully when Buffy was growing up. Now bullies hide behind a screen. Buffy would have to be told by someone of that age.”
The more like the original the better, we say! Watch this space…
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This pic also broke the news that two of the original production team would be back for the TV series reboot. It just gets better and better!
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