The Firefly gang is close as ever, more than 15 years after the show left the air. Summer Glau and Jewel Staite appeared at the Reno Pop Culture Con, talking about that show and their careers.
Technology is doing work people used to do, but what if that includes motherhood? Firefly’s Jewel Staite plays a robot nanny who does her job a bit too well in “CC”, on YouTube’s “Dust” channel
This week’s Con Man episodes on Vimeo can be described as one of Wray Nerely’s worst days. He is fired from a video game, forced to fill in for someone at a comic book opening and information from his past almost gets him clobbered.
Everyone’s favorite spaceship mechanic, Jewel Staite, visited Wizard World Reno. She talked about Firefly, her past TV and movie roles, meeting Benedict Cumberbatch, and a new movie about planning something in a small town.
Joss is going to direct a live action My Little Pony movie… but what about the Avengers?
One of the high points of the weekend (and perhaps the highest point for me) was the Saturday night panel presented by Science Channel for the 10th anniversary of the Whedon series, Firefly. And Science Channel has gone one further by celebrating that anniversary with a Firefly special that will air on November 11th. There were some first look scenes from the show that will feature behind-the-scenes interviews with cast and crew plus some never-before seen footage of Captain Mal and the gang. Read more about NYCC 2012 Firefly Science Channel Panel is Full of Misbehavin’ and Fond Memories …
Science Channel to air Browncoats Unite special to celebrate 10th anniversary of Firefly.
Friday’s Firefly panel San Diego Comic-Con record as part of Science Channel’s Firefly Reunion special Browncoats Unite.
A restaurant on 4th Avenue in San Diego has become the Nerd Machine’s Nerd HQ, an effort by Chuck‘s Zachary Levi to raise money for Operation Smile, which kids with facial deformities around the world.
This includes a chance for Comic-Con attendees to talk to their favorite stars for 20 dollars. The first panel feature Firefly’s Adam Baldwin, Jewel Staite and Alan Tudyk.
Hundreds of fans gathered at the Anaheim Convention Center this past weekend for Wizard World Anaheim, where they met more than 200 celebrities from movies, TV and wrestling.
Jewel Staite, best known to Whedon fans as Kaylee on Firefly, met with fans on April 17th to talk about her career, her memories of Firefly….and why she’s trying to lobby Nathan Fillion to get her on Castle.