Find a crew. Find a job. Keep flying.
“That’s your scary costume?”
These ladies would’ve slayed in more ways than one.
Where is a good zombie emoji when you need one?
Things can only get better. Thanks to r/spaceversions.
“No power in the ‘verse can stop me.”
Is that a lightsaber in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
What a cute little leaf on the wind.
Thank you Dallas ComicCon for bringing us this gift.
In Captain Malcolm Reynolds that is.
I mean, WHY ELSE would Joss Whedon have signed with Disney? Avengers, shmavengers.
If only these had been sent to me.
Reminder: The Wire won zero Emmys. ZERO.
“Let’s be bad guys.” Okay, when and where?
On Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Brett Dalton plays no-nonsense Agent Grant Ward. He sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about Ward’s softer side, Agent Coulson’s mysterious return, and what Nathan Fillion told him about joining the Whedonverse.
Firefly was never cancelled, they just changed the name to Castle.
Based on your favorite characters, otps, shows and movies. Who needs Spotify when you have 8tracks and Tumblr?
The question is, “Where is Serenity?” Over ten years after the show was canceled, the cult hit still has one of the biggest fan bases in fiction and that loyalty will be rewarded.
You’re a big damn hero. For those who have a romantic relationship with Joss Whedon’s short-lived space Western series.
I swear by my pretty floral bonnet, I will buy this game. Joss Whedon’s western space opera finally gets a video game to call its own.
Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing would not have been possible had it not been for the filmmaker’s formidable company of actors. So what is it like to be a member of the most interesting club in Hollywood?
There are some things we’ll never get over. WARNING: Spoilers for a whole mess of movies, TV shows, comics, and books — this is old news for most geeks, but proceed at your own discretion.
It’s all about the silver lining fellow warriors.
Fandom? More like sexdom. With lines this smooth, getting the hook-up is almost too easy.
Because Firefly fans need more reasons to be mad at 20th Century Fox. After years of satisfied customers, online stores selling hand-knitted replicas of the show’s iconic “Jayne hat” are being forced to shut down… and fans are upset.
And we very much want that to happen.
That story and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!