For the Firefly fans among us, Buffy.nu has posted the entire unaired script of what would’ve been the 15th episode of Firefly. Read and enjoy!
Actress Julie Walters confirms that there will be no Mrs. Weasley in the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire adaptation.
A second test screening of Joss Whedon’s Serenity took place last week. Unlike the first screening, the audience consisted of many who weren’t Firefly fans, and AICN has a few of their comments. The film is currently set to open in September.
Producer Robert Tapert addresses fan concerns over the Evil Dead remake.
Starwars.com posts the crawl.
Nick Gillard, Lucasfilm’s swordmaster and stunt coordinator for the prequels, will be at CIII. No events have been announced yet, but hopefully it’s not inconceivable that a demonstration will be involved.
We don’t have actual names, but C2 Ventures, who are responsible for bring autographing Star Wars celebrities to Celebration II and GenCon, will be back for Celebration III next April. They’ll be providing early hours for Fan Club members.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is in hiding, mourning the loss of his fellow Jedi, and devastated by the betrayal of his former Padawan. He has been tasked to watch over and protect a young child who may hold the key to the galaxy’s salvation.
But when Obi-Wan finds out that a former Jedi apprentice has survived, he must make a painful decision: whether to stay on Tatooine to preserve the future of the Jedi, or voyage into the heart of the Empire on one last desperate mission.
Also on the official site: An interview with James Luceno on Labyrinth of Evil.
David Yates will be the director of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix adaptation. Cutting it rather close, aren’t they?
Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh optioned Alice Sebold’s novel The Lovely Bones. It may seem like an odd choice for the Lord of the Rings director, but it does recall 1994’s Heavenly Creatures, his largest-budgeted feature before LOTR.
HoYay, a term that’s short for “Homoeroticism Yay!” makes the mainstream press. The term originated on Television Without Pity‘s Angel boards, and has spread far and wide across fandom, most notably Smallville, Lost and any program that regularly features sweaty, half-naked men having more UST with each other than the female leads.
Livejournal research (erm, my friendsfriends list) uncovers the reaction of the terms originator, Deeablo. Her entry describing the origin of the term reveals this hilarious graphic from the early days of Angel
Not as bizarre as the Star Wars window blinds, but Lightsaber Pendants? For $200 a pop? Really? Ladies, can you honestly see yourself wearing these? Because I honestly can’t see dropping almost enough money to score an iPod on something nonfunctional that screams “I’m a huge geek.” People are going to know that the minute I open my mouth.