If you could Meet Anyone in History who would it Be?
I as of late watched The Big Bang Theory scene where Sheldon Cooper meets his object of worship, Stephen Hawking. That is in season 5 scene 21 which broadcasted on April fifth, 2012, demonstrating once more that I’m generally a year behind on the mainstream society scene however that is nurturing for you. At any rate, the scene started an intriguing discussion between my significant other and I about who we’d most need to meet in the event that we could meet anybody: live, dead, or anecdotal. I knew my kindred GeekMoms would certainly have some extremely fascinating options, and obviously, they never neglect to engage with splendid decisions!
I’d love to meet Joss Whedon because I love his work and I’d love to have a conversation with him.
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Joseph Hill “Joss” Whedon  (eng. Joseph Hill “Joss” Whedon; June 23, 1964, New York) – American director, screenwriter, actor and producer, author of comics. He is best known as the creator of the series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” . Among his other famous works are the series “Angel”, “Firefly”, “Doll House”, “Agents of Sh. I. T. “”, films “Mission“ Serenity ”” (2005), “The Avengers” (2012) and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015).
Whedon is a third generation screenwriter. His father, Tom Whedon, was a screenwriter for television, and his grandfather John Whedon was a playwright, later writing for sitcoms in the 1950s and 60s.  Joseph’s mother, Lee Stearns, was a high school teacher and wrote novels in her spare time.  In addition to Joseph, the family has two older sons, Samuel and Matthew, and two younger sons, Jed and Zach.
Whedon spent his childhood in New York, attending Riverdale High School, where his mother, Lee Sturns, taught. Joseph’s parents divorced when he was 9 years old. Joseph stayed with his mother, who remarried and soon decided to take sabbatical. In 1980, the family moved to England, where Joseph attended the elite boys’ school Winchester College in Hampshire. A year later, the parents returned to the United States, but Joseph continued his college education for about two more years.
Returning to the United States in 1982, Whedon continued his studies at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, graduating in 1987 and moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film production.
For a year after moving to Los Angeles, Whedon was unable to get a job in the film industry.  Being in a difficult financial situation, he worked in a video store. Whedon’s career as a screenwriter began with writing the screenplays for the sitcom Roseanne (1988-1997), which aired on ABC. Whedon wrote several scripts for the second season of the series. A year later, Whedon joins the team of creators of the TV series “Parents” (1990) on NBC. The series was based on the successful 1989 film of the same name starring Steve Martin. The TV version was poorly received by critics and the show was quickly canceled.
In 2008, Joss Whedon, together with brothers Zach and Jed, and actress Maurice Tancharoen released a short (43 minutes long) musical film “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog ”. The idea of ??creating a small and inexpensive musical came to the authors during the strike of the US Writers Guild.  The film tells the story of the confrontation between Billy (aka the supervillain Doctor Terrible) and his enemy Captain Hammer. Consists of three acts, each about 14 minutes long. There are 14 songs in the film. Joss Whedon is the author of words and music for 9 of them. The film stars Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day. The musical was available for free viewing on the Internet from 15 to 20 July 2008, the release of each episode (act) took place separately with an interval of two days.
In October 2008 TIME magazine staged the musical “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog ”ranked 15th out of 50 inventions in 2008.  The film is available for download via iTunes and for free online viewing from the official website (for US residents only). On December 19, a DVD with the film was released in the USA, the disc also contains additional materials (musical commentaries by the authors).
Filming of the series “Doll House” is completed.
Whedon has created a sequel to The Avengers, which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first film brought together the heroes of the films “Iron Man 1-2”, “Thor”, “The First Avenger” and “The Incredible Hulk”. In 2010, Joss Widdon directed the final scene of Thor, which aired after the credits and serves as a lead-in to The Avengers.