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Check out the Buffy The Vampire Slayer cast reunion


Buffy The Vampire Cast Reunion Shoot (2017)
Actors from left to right, Amber Benson, Alyson Hannigan, Nicholas Brendon, Emma Caulfield, Alexis Denisof, Charisma Carpenter, Seth Green, David Boreanaz, Sarah Michelle Gellar, James Marsters, Michelle Tracthenberg and Kristine Sutherland, with creator Joss Whedon in the foreground of Buffy The Vampire Slayer photographed exclusively for Entertainment Weekly by James White on March 7th, 2017 in Los Angeles.

Joss Whedon, Sarah Michelle Geller, David Boreanaz and most of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast reunited 20 years after the show’s debut.

“For the most part, this is like a high school reunion but much worse because they all still look really great. I was hoping some of them would puff out a bit. But that did not take place,” Whedon told EW.

“When you’re going through a really horrible part of your life, like your teenage years, you feel alone. And Buffy was a way to tell the audience you’re not alone.” Emma Caulfield, who played bunny-phobic former demon Anya, echoes Boreanaz: “It just touched on really basic human emotions, like a life blueprint. ‘I don’t have any friends. I feel isolated.’ Those sort of core human emotions.”

Anthony Stewart Head couldn’t make it as he was rehearsing for a play. However, there is a portrait of Giles to be seen in the images below.

“I’m so incredibly proud of what we all created. Sometimes you need distance to really understand the gravitas of that. I appreciate everything about that job. As an actor, all you ever want to do is leave your mark — you want to do something that affects people.” said Gellar.

Damn it, I do love that show and now I need to go and rewatch it all again!

Check out the EW images below.

Photos by James White.

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