That’s what everybody wants to know about. Uh, yeah. My fourth feeling when I read about [the Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign] was a kind of dread. Because I realized the only thing that would be on everybody’s mind right now. I’ve said repeatedly that I would love to make another movie with these guys, and that remains the case. It also remains the case that I’m booked up by Marvel for the next three years, and that I haven’t even been able to get Dr. Horrible 2 off the ground because of that. So I don’t even entertain the notion of entertaining the notion of doing this, and won’t. Couple years from now, when Nathan [Fillion]’s no longer [on] Castle and I’m no longer the Tom Hagen of the Marvel Universe and making a giant movie, we might look and see where the market is then. But right now, it’s a complete non-Kickstarter for me.

Joss Whedon being asked “What does the Veronica Mars movie mean for Firefly?”

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10 Years

10 Years

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The biggest Serenity model ever built has been unearthed

Famous movie spaceships can have a rough time once the camera stops rolling. For instance, the Nostromo from Alien was discovered with a dead possum inside. The eponymous spaceship from Serenity had been consigned to a similarly undistinguished fate…until recently.

The replica builders at Quantum Mechanix recently had the chance to photograph this massive model upon unearthing it in the Universal Archives. Explains QMx of this discovery:

About three months ago, while getting a very rare tour of the Universal archives, we came across something tucked into a corner and covered in plastic that made our hearts skip a beat: a highly-detailed 12-foot-long filming model of the Reaverized Serenity. We could hardly believe what we were seeing!

As many Browncoats know, there has been a rumor around for years that a filming miniature used for the crash scene on Mr. Universe’s planet. But that rumor was either denied as either being totally false, or that the miniature used was a simple styrofoam model. As you can see from the picture below, it does exist and is about as far from a “simple” model as you could imagine.

You can see the detail on the ship’s gun above, and here’s a video of the crashdown sequence filmed against a green screen. QMx promises to post more photos soon. Hat tip to Cljohnston108!

[Via Firefly Fans]

My friend Anna designed this shirt! Browncoats out there should buy it! I just ordered mine!


Wizard World Philadelphia Photos!

I couldn’t go, but my friends, Doug and Marysa, were nice enough to take some pictures for me =)">