Back in the day Sarah Michelle Gellar played the Chosen One in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a TV series still loved today and which could soon get a reboot. Here’s what the lead actress thinks.
Fans of 90s TV series don’t forget easily, especially if we talk about Buffy the Vampire Slayer. One of the most acclaimed fantasy television series, it brought glory to a story that had already tried its luck with a film that never quite got off the ground. With Sarah Michelle Gellar as the determined vampire slayer, Buffy Summers has earned a place of honor in popular culture.
Aired from 1997 to 2003, the television series written by Joss Whedon outlined a compelling storyline that lasted seven seasons. In the era of the reboot and remakes of all sorts, fans have repeatedly asked who should bring Buffy back to TV, possibly with a reboot or even a revival. The difference in this case is precious. If we were talking about revivalall or part of the original cast are expected to return for a sequel as they did for Sex and the City And And Just Like That. To date a revival of Buffy the Vampire Slayer it would be difficult to accomplish. As well as a reboot, according to Sarah Michelle Gellar. She the actress has explained why she does not agree with the idea of bringing her Buffy back to TV.
Buffy the Vampire SlayerSarah Michelle Gellar is not in favor of the reboot
Back in the day, Sarah Michelle Gellar recounted the story of the Chosen One, the one who with skill and determination has protected human beings from the threat of vampires, despite having succumbed to love by falling in love with one of them. Of reboot there was a lot of talk about it in recent years and there was a moment when the project seemed to take off, only to end up under a layer of dust again. The interest in bringing Buffy back to life is there, but according to Sarah Michelle Gellar a reboot isn’t exactly necessary. Or rather, in her humble opinion, the times when she wielded a wooden stake are over. The actress reiterated that don’t be interested to reprise the role of the Vampire Slayer. As it reports CB extensionhe has declared: “I’m very proud of the show we’ve created and it doesn’t need to be remade. It’s finished now“.
The actress isn’t in favor of his further involvement, but she’s not entirely against the idea of a reboot, considering how the original series ended. According to Sarah Michelle Gellar: “I agree with the idea that the story continues above all by exploiting the concept of female emancipation. The end of the show had everything set up perfectly for someone else to take over“. Bottom line: The actress wouldn’t play Buffy again, but she is favorable to one new TV series with a new slayer.
In the beginning the project got the ok, but the executive producer Gail Berman he told the podcast Top 5 Of The Hollywood Reporter which is currently in pause. Meanwhile, the public continues to be strongly divided: there are those who would like a new TV series on Buffy and those who believe that the vampire slayer is only Sarah Michelle Gellar. How will she do?