It looks like Drusilla from Buffy The Vampire Slayer has been using her mind control powers again, only this time, it’s in service of cinema. Buzzfeed reports that Juliet Landau, who played the semi-insane vampire on the beloved series, is set to helm a documentary about the undead bloodsuckers, and just launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise the funds.
Landau describes the project as something that “transcends the idea of a traditional documentary. It has interlinking narrative films inspired by the conversations.” As for those onscreen conversations, they’re with some interesting folks, including Joss Whedon, Tim Burton, Gary Oldman, Anne Rice, and Willem Dafoe, among others. (What, no talk with Spike? Maybe she’s still sore about being offered up as a love sacrifice to the Slayer.) It promises to be an interesting look at the way vampire myths have been shaped throughout history. But don’t worry, because Landau also knows what you really want to hear: Does she think Spike and Drusilla would ever get back together?
I think her and Spike would find a way to be back together. I don’t think you can spend 200 years together and not. Buffy got in the way a bit, but what are you going to do? You have to go with the cheerleader for a bit. I think Spike and Dru had such an epic love story and connection, I like to fancy that they would be together.
She also says she can’t pick between Team Angel and Team Spike, which seems like a copout, because we all know which one gave Buffy a Claddagh ring, and Buffy isn’t about to let that fade. Buffy’s just not done baking, you guys.