Tuesday Link-a-Mania

Buffy Stars for Dollhouse?
We could be seeing a few more former Buffy stars in Dollhouse, Joss Whedon reveals to TV Guide . "I've read a couple of people, but I'm not going to say who," says Whedon. There are eight main supporting roles, which TV Guide details here . The site also has a blog report on the Buffy Reunion panel at Paley Fest ’08 which reunited Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Charisma Carpenter, Emma Caulfield, Seth Green, Amber Benson, James Marsters, Michelle Trachtenberg, David Greenwalt, Marti Noxon and Joss Whedon. Apparently Brendon was a bit of a tit...

Jericho Refuses To Die
Some series just will not get the message. Having been cancelled twice because of poor ratings, Jericho is now looking for a home on a cable channel, the show’s producer, Carol Barbee, tells SCI FI Wire . And even if that falls through, it could continue on the internet. Well, at least on the web an audience made up of the cast and crew’s family and friends might just make it viable.

Nowhere Man Movie (But Not Based on the TV Series)
Variety reports that Hugh Jackman and Eli Stone co-creator Marc Guggenheim are teaming with Virgin Comics to create Nowhere Man an original comicbook series that is designed to be transferred to the big screen as a Jackman vehicle. It’s set in a future world where mankind has traded privacy for safety.

Another Twilight Zone Movie?
A classic episode of The Twilight Zone, written by the legendary Richard Matheson, is being developed into a big screen movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter . The episode, "Death Ship", is about a group of astronauts who land on a planet only to find a crashed spaceship and corpses that eerily resemble their own. Making his directorial debut will be Michael Brandt who has previously work as a scriptwriter on such films as 2 Fast 2 Furious and Wanted.