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Stop everything – Buffy is BACK.

Getty Entertainment released the news of the Vampire Slayers return on Instagram.

The company uploaded a picture of the old cast in 2000, along with those all important details.

"Buffy’s coming back! Twenty-one years after the original, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” is getting a reboot, and Joss Whedon is on board to executive produce," they wrote alongside the photograph. 

Talks for a new Buffy began last autumn, but ultimately the decision to begin the reboot was influenced by writer Monica Breen.

She was selected to take on the task of writing this new chapter of Buffy.

Although a script or director has yet to been chosen, along with casting the central role of Buffy.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer enjoyed seven seasons on television until 2003.

It then continued on in comic book form.

The hit show was adapted from the feature film with the same name, that starred Kristy Swanson and Luke Perry.

It was originally written by the new executive producer for the reboot, Joss Whedon.

Last year, Joss spoke to Hollywood Reporter about a possible reboot or reunion and the fear and pressure when reviving a beloved TV show.

"I see a little bit of what I call monkey's paw in these reboots. You bring something back, and even if it's exactly as good as it was, the experience can't be. You've already experienced it, and part of what was great was going through it for the first time. You have to meet expectations and adjust it for the climate, which is not easy," he explained.

"Luckily most of my actors still look wonderful, but I'm not worried about them being creaky. I'm more worried about me being creaky as a storyteller. You don't want that feeling that you should have left before the encore."

We for one, cannot wait!



Yep, it's Sunday, and soon that weekend feeling is totally going to leave your body.

Instead, the Monday blues will worm its way in and feelings of horror and despair will enter.

OK, we're being totally over the top here, but Sunday nights can generally suck.

So, to lighten up the mood and make you forget that the working week starts all over again in a matter of hours, here are ten Disney classics to cheer you up:

1. The Lion King

You might shed a tear or two but this flick is full of drama and also includes great songs to sing along too… HAKUNA MATATA. 



2. Cinderella

Nothing beats this classic fairytale. Magic, talking animals and a happily ever after… Perfection. 



3. Peter Pan

This childhood classic will take you on a wonderful journey to Neverland and beyond (we sometimes wish we could go to Neverland, too). 



4. Lady and the Tramp

A tale of true romance.. in animal form of course. The spaghetti scene <3



5. Snow White

This movie is a piece of history, as it was the first ever animated Disney film. A true classic. 



6. Dumbo

This beloved film has a beautiful message that everyone should learn. Never judge a book by their cover, no matter how big their ears are.



7. The Aristocats

An exciting adventure across Paris? Talking kittens? SOLD!



8. Oliver and Company

This is the perfect sing along movie, with Billy Joel voicing the main character. PLUS more talking cats.



9. The Little Mermaid

No explanation needed. This is the perfect film for everyone. 



10. The Jungle Book

Everyone loves this film… it is a scientific FACT! It will put a smile on your face at the end of a long week.

The Jungle Book

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