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James Marsters - "Dollhouse" Tv Series - Will he join Eliza Dushku & Joss Whedon ?

Wednesday 7 November 2007, by Webmaster

Question: I am beyond thrilled about the new Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku project! You should get a bonus for that kind of scoop. — Beth

Ausiello: I couldn’t agree with you more. And I haven’t even told you yet what Joss told me about Eliza’s leading man. Yep, a male character will be involved with her Echo alter ego, but, Whedon noted, "not in a buddy way. Their relationship will take some time to come together and will be constantly evolving." If you’re thinking Buffy and Angel, Part Deux, think again. "Echo is not capable of having a true love," he insists, since she becomes someone new, body and soul, every week. On the other hand, he contradicts, because of that, in a way, "She’ll have a true love every week. It’s part of her plight that when she feels something strongly, it gets taken away from her. And the person she’s closest to in the show, her relationship with him will not in any way be simple. Nobody in this piece comes away clean." Man, I’m confused already — and I love it!

Question: Could I please have some Buffy scoop? A girl can dream, can’t she? — Jenni

Ausiello: Yes, a girl can dream. Hopefully, a girl can also push play on our video player, ’cause the latest episode of the Ausiello Report vodcast contains an answer to a question I know has been on the minds of Whedonverse disciples since last Wednesday: Might a Buffy alum, like, say, oh, James Marsters, be in contention to play Dollhouse’s male lead? What are you waiting for — push play

Ausiello has launched the rumor on video.

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