Archive for December 20th, 2005
Entertainment Weekly is reporting (need subscription or be on AOL to read full article) that Joss Whedon has come to grips that Serenity is likely the last of Firefly. It took in only $25 million, despite heavy marketing. Update 2/21: As pointed out by a reader, Joss says EW has contextual issues.
Ronald D. Moore, the executive producer of Battlestar Galactica, has signed a development deal with NBC Universal to develop series for its networks, and he’s already set up two of them: Pen and the Sword, about a young man who works in a building that is a portal to a medieval alternate universe, for NBC, and Warehouse 13, written by Brent Mote, about two government officials who wind up in North Dakota at a warehouse where the items stored there have interesting backstories, for SCI FI. The latter sounds like a twist on the Friday the 13th – The Series plot.