Buffyverse resurrected? Tim Minear to write and direct Spike telemovie for WB Reported at TGL by Chris Howell at 22:31 BST From Moviehole: Looks like the wheels are finally in motion. Blondie Boy's about to take another bite out of the box. Tim Minear ["The Inside"] has been tapped to write and direct the long-awaited "Spike" telemovie for the brothers Warner. The WB agreed to the "Angel" spin-off earlier this year, but creator Joss Whedon's been reportedly too busy to think thrice about it. Solution? rope in an ol' bud to take the ropes. Minear, via Whedonesque, let the cat out of the bag, saying "I had lunch with Joss and he asked me if I wanted to write and direct some blonde vampire movie thing. Should I do it? (I of course said yes right off, still) Anything under 13 hours scares me. And anything over 13 hours... um. I got nothin'." Aint it Cool confirmed the news with Minear. "Yeah, that's me. Probably shouldn't have said anything, but what the hell. You're behind this somehow, aren't you?", Minear joked. No word on when the telemovie, with James Marsters reprising his role as Spike aka 'William the Bloody', will air.