Emma Caulfield is conflicted about the potential Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot
The actress, famous for playing Anya on Buffy, is trying to take a wait-and-see approach to Monica Owusu-Breen's potential reboot. Still, she writes in a Bustle essay that "perhaps quite selfishly, I want Buffy to remain like a fly encased in amber. I donʼt need Buffy Park to open on a private island, so the world can see cloned Buffys come to life." She adds: "Buffy is part of my past — my very 'hands-on, I actually helped to make it' past. I view that show as a sort of perfect circle: itʼs not perfect, perfect, as perfect circles are nearly impossible for humans to make without assistance, but I think Buffy got as close as a series could get. And look, I could understand remaking, re-imagining, re-tooling, or re-f**king with a show whose concept was awesome but which fell apart in its execution; take Battlestar Galactica for example, a show from the '80s that became way better when it was remade in the early 2000s. But Buffy is no OG-BSG, and as such, a reboot just isn't necessary." ALSO: James Marsters would like to reprise his Spike role on the Buffy reboot.
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