‘I had a need to see a girl fight monsters and not die.’
Joss is the son of a TV writer, and the son of a son of a TV writer. Little wonder he enjoys the craft of writing so strongly, fighting tooth and nail to get a single free week between The Avengers and the next project. He used it to shoot a Shakespeare play in his living room.
In a ten-minute TIME interview, a brief look into the whirring machine that drives one of TV and film’s most cultishly loved writer/directors.