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Sarah Michelle Gellar Isn’t Ready to Reveal the “Full Story” of Buffy’s Legacy: Here’s Why

Sarah Michelle Gellar Isn’t Ready to Reveal the “Full Story” of Buffy’s Legacy: Here’s Why

Sarah Michelle Gellar recently spoke about the buffy the vampire slayerThe complex legacy of.

In a new interview with The Hollywood ReporterSarah, who dabbled in Buffy for seven seasons, shared that she would continue to keep quiet about the toxic environment created on set by Joss.

“I got to a good place with it, where it’s easier to talk about it,” the 45-year-old said.

Sarah revealed that she will “never tell” her “full story” because, in her words, “I don’t get anything out of it”.

“I said everything I’m going to say because nobody wins. Everyone loses,” said the cruel intentions actress.

While Sarah preferred to keep quiet, her husband and actor Freddie Prinze Jr. revealed, “She’s had to face a lot of bulls on this show for the seven years it’s been on.”

“The stuff they forced on her, with no credit or real pay, when she was often the only one working 15-hour days…but she was still able to get that character message out every week and do it with pride and do it professionally,” Freddie explained.

Elsewhere in the interview, Sarah mentioned, “I will always be proud of Buffy. I will always be proud of what my cast mates have done, of what I have done. Was this an ideal work situation? Absolutely not. But it’s okay to love Buffy for what we’ve created because I think it’s pretty spectacular.

Sarah also recalls, “There was a time when I had a reputation for being ‘difficult’.”

“Anyone who knows me knows that comes from always being 100% invested. I’ve never understood people who don’t understand,” said The Grudge actress.

However, over the years, Sarah confessed that she had “softened up a bit”.

“I think because I got burned,” noted the Cry 2 actress.

Speaking about working with the new cast of Wolf Pack, Sarah commented, “I hope I’ve put in place an infrastructure, a safety net for these actors that I didn’t have.”

“My generation just didn’t have that,” she added.

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