Aaron Broverman at HuffPost recently interviewed Eliza Dushku, alumni of Joss Whedon's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Angel," and "Dollhouse." Dushku currently voices She-Hulk on Marvel's "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.", runs her own production company and works with her mother on the charity THRIVEGulu.
In the interview, she discussed the presence of strong female characters in Hollywood, saying, "I think there are more and more ... I feel like we're coming into a new time." Speaking of her role as She-Hulk on the Marvel cartoon, Dushku said, "I'm glad there's a woman in there and she doesn't get treated like a girl."
Broverman worked in a question about the alleged Faith spinoff of "Buffy" rumor that went around the internet a few years ago. (Dushku played Faith Lehane on both "Buffy" and "Angel.") She explained that the idea was merely coffee talk between her, Joss, and producer Tim Minear. They decided it wasn't the right decision to create another spinoff. "It just didn't organically happen," she said.