Serenity 2 possible?


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http://www.moviehole.net/news/20071004_ser...a_new_hope.html

When Alan Tudyk told me on the phone this morning that a sequel to “Serenity” – that’s the name of the “Firefly” movie for those who’ve been up at Guantanamo Bay for the past couple of years – could be happening I just about dropped the phone (I didn’t though, because the last time I did that it landed in the loo. Fried itself. And as a consequence, I lost all my numbers.) Tudyk says the newly-released “Serenity : Special Edition“ DVD has been selling so hot, that there’s talk in doing another movie.

“They had to put [the new DVD] out because they’ve been selling out of the other one and so Universal’s like ‘So, let’s do another one’. And now… there’s now a chance there’s going to be another movie”.

Tudyk agrees that even if it was a direct-to-DVD movie, it’d still be worthwhile. Especially since the whole DVD sequel is a big trend.

“It really is”, says Tudyk. “Everybody in the Firefly crew – and that includes the ones who died in the movie – are excited about the prospect of doing another”.

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I don't know how I would feel about that. I *luff* the series, but was disappointed by Serenity, which wasn't bad by any stretch of the imagination, but just felt like a 2 hour episode, and not anything more.

I guess as long as Whedon was involved I'd have to give it a shot.

"It's too late for me son. Joss Whedon is my master now." - PvP

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