It's packed with some of Joss Whedon's favorite sci-fi stars...but it's not sci-fi.
On November 11th, the Science Channel have a full day marathon of every Browncoats favorite sci-fi western, Firefly and, as the marathon closes, there will be a special cast reunion. We've got a sneak peek, and it's a bit of a scandal!
Though their day jobs often involve a plethora of costumes and hours in a makeup chair, many of our favorite sci-fi stars still enjoy stepping out in costume for a good time on All Hallow's Eve. So for the 31st—and final—of our 31 Days of Halloween features of 2012, we take a peek at the Halloween duds of nearly 20 sci-fi celebs.
Nathan Fillion is a lucky guy. Not many actors get to take on one career-defining role—but Fillion has gotten two. Between the short-lived Firefly and still-going Castle, a lot of folks love him. Now fandoms collide in an epic Firefly-esque Castle mashup.
We'd all love to hang out with Firefly and Castle star Nathan Fillion just for the fun of it, but there are other benefits to being his pal. See, according to Fillion, he has a very particular set of skills, skills that make him great to have around if the zombie apocalypse hits.
Fans are itching for Nathan Fillion to star in a live-action Marvel movie. In the past, he's worked with Joss Whedon (Firefly, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog) and James Gunn (Slither, Super), who are both on the studio's payroll. Gunn is slated to direct Guardians of the Galaxy, so we're all wondering whether Fillion's on his cast list.
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It's been 10 years since Fox pulled the plug on Joss Whedon's dream project Firefly, but Whedon said the 4,000+ crowd that packed into Comic-Con's Ballroom 20 Friday for an anniversary celebration reminded him it was all worth the fight.
He's worked with Joss Whedon for over a decade, and headlined arguably his most beloved series in Firefly—so why hasn't Nathan Fillion suited up as a Marvel hero in Whedon's Avengers?
Firefly's Nathan Fillion naked as his name day? Yep, you read that right. Well, not exactly. Actually, it's an interesting work of geek art that has some of us all aflutter and that most of you will recognize... and you definitely got to see it to believe it!