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If you want a quick way to make your show as good as it can possibly get, you seek out Firefly actor Alan Tudyk. And the fan favorite actor is about to jump into the DC Universe for an interesting TV role.
Firefly is still a huge hit among the fans of the show. It might not have gotten big enough ratings to last more than eleven episodes, but the cult following its development cannot be denied.
Back in the fall of 2002, Joss Whedonís Firefly was the best new shows on the primetime roster. Sadly, Firefly was cancelled after only 14 episodes had been produced. Still, the series has been elevated to cult status in the years since its cancellation, and here's where the cast went after.
Just a few weeks ago, Firefly alums Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion put together an awesome viral campaign to jumpstart a new TV project called Con Man. †The campaign was incredibly successful, and Con Man is already moving forward, and this is how the Firefly crew might get involved.
When it comes to projects that makes the geekier sections of society squeal with delight, you canít get much better than the re-teaming of Firefly stars Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk for the latterís upcoming webseries Con Man, which just stacked its cast.
There are presumably millions of people out there who still mourn the TV passing of Firefly, sometimes humbly and sometimes annoyingly. Stars Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion are calling out to that same science fiction-loving fanbase to help get their next project off the ground.
It was good news for ABC's Suburgatory earlier this month when the bubble-show received a renewal for its third season. Unfortunately, that pick-up came at a price for the comedy. Rex Lee and Alan Tudyk will not be returning to the comedy next year when Suburgatory returns for Season 3 during midseason. And there make be more big changes to come, in the interest of cutting down the budget for the series.
This image was shared by Rainn Wilson and is the original sign-in sheet for the first day of casting for The Office. With the series wrapped and the final episodes scheduled to air as spring approaches, now seems like a fitting enough time to look back on what has and what could have been. The sheet not only shows us that Rainn Wilson was the first person to audition for the series, but also some of the other people who were up for roles.
In one of the most emotion moments I'd ever seen shared with some 5,000 people, Joss Whedon held back tears trying to come up with something to say when he was asked how he felt about fandom. As the camera pushed in and the director of the highest grossing movie of the year choked up, someone yelled "We Love You" and the fans slowly built a supportive cheer that grew into a standing ovation.
Hello Browncoats. You know why we're here. It's the Comic Con 10th Anniversary Firefly Reunion with Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Alan Tudyk, Sean Maher, and Summer Glau. Will there be news now that Joss Whedon has the power of The Avengers behind him? Serenity 2? New Comics? SOMETHING? Let's find out!
The latest bit of pilot-casting news includes new TV roles for Minnie Driver and Alan Tudyk. Both pilots have religious sounding titles, though neither appears to have anything to do with religion. While Driverís set to star in a pilot for CBSí Hail Mary , Tudyk was cast in ABCís Suburgatory.