Firefly- 1.01 Serenity
It’s far from a controversial statement to say that Joss Whedon should be crowned King of 2012. Not only did the writer/director deliver us The Avengers, one of the best superhero movies of all time that also happens to be the third most successful film in box office history, he also gave us…
Joss Whedon - “I’ve Always Been Really Comfortable Being Me.”
Joss and I understand one another. :D
I’m amazing, despite my many many flaws. I know it, i’m comfy with it. I still play smokin’ hot characters in online games and RPG’s. - Because, why not?
Saw this on the Geek & Sundry Pinterest page, but the link just logged me out of Tumblr, so the only source info i have is the pinterest page! herp derp.
Screening soon at the Toronto International Film Festival: “Much Ado About Nothing” from Joss Whedon. With Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Nathan Fillion, Fran Kranz, Jillian Morgese, Sean Maher, Clark Gregg, Reed Diamond..
Nathan Fillion - Cocktails with Stan - Ep5
Nathan Fillion, Captain Malcolm Reynolds himself, joins Stan and Jenna to talk about crazy fans, Castle, comic books, Comic-Con, and more!
Is that going to be the same with Much Ado About Nothing?
Well,Much Ado…I actually might take a different tack with it. It wasn’t really made for the internet, it was made as a film to be seen in the theatre. We sort of want to try and do the festival circuit with it, because I’d like to go to a festival. The thing aboutMuch Ado,was that it absolutely was at our discretion, and we made it faster than anything I’ve ever done.
And, hopefully, that won’t be what people notice when they see it. But if we do land a distribution deal, then we’ll be into that “What’s a good weekend?” and “Oh, what if we do it in 18 months” - and you roll your eyes. But the good thing aboutMuch Adois it’s not like it’s going to be like “Oh! We’ve got a lot of similar films competing!” It’s a micro-budget, black and white Shakespeare film. I think it can exist in its own way.
I’ve heard you talk in interviews before about getting actors together for a weekend, and ploughing through some Shakespeare. Did filming it change the fun of it, or the atmosphere of those getaways?
The atmosphere was actually fairly similar. Obviously, it’s a completely different experience from everybody sitting around in the backyard reading it, which is what we’d do. But that energy, the joy of discovery and fun and the silliness and all of that went on the entire time we were filming. It was more sustained joy than I ever remember having.
This is a really great interview, with some pretty cool info there!
— firefly (via thedoctorjust)
The “You can’t take the sky from me” one is so awesome!
Joss Whedon re-uses cast members quite a bit.