Friday, June 21st 2013
Well…. I guess it’s accurate.
The sign, of course, refers to Shakespeare’s The Merry Wife of John Goodman, one of the lesser known comedies.
Tuesday, April 2nd 2013
Art Nouveau Firefly posters by Megan Lara
Thursday, January 3rd 2013Tweet
Saturday, September 8th 2012
Sean Maher & Nathan Fillion at the premiere of Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing at the TIFF, September 8th 2012
Joss’y goodness! Now do some space cowboy KISSSSINNNNG!
This is the start of a really good slash fanfic…
Saturday, August 25th 2012
This movie is glorious! Hail Joss!
Friday, August 24th 2012
The Cabin in the Woods
Saturday, August 11th 2012Tweet
Friday, July 13th 2012
Jensen asks Whedon what the fans have meant to him. What happens next is one of the most emotionally moving moments I’ve seen at Comic-Con. Whedon struggles, or seems to, for the right words.
Somebody in the crowd yells out, “We love you!”
Whedon hears this, struggles some more.
And the crowd begins to applaud, and stand up, and soon the entire room is in an ovation. The cast stands up too. It’s possibly the most perfect way to end the panel.
Whedon takes the microphone. “Only an idiot would try to follow that with a sentence,” he says, which is precisely what I was thinking.
“When you come out of a great movie you feel like you’re in that world,” he says. “When you’re telling a story you’re trying to connect to people in a particular way. It’s about inviting them into a world. The way you’ve inhabited this world, this universe, you have become part of it. When I see you guys, I don’t think the show is off the air. I think there’s spaceships and horses — the story is alive.”