For those of you who think my math is wrong, it’s not. That’s because, for once, I am NOT referring to Kate’s due date, or anything having to do with the baby. I’m basically using this blog to provide free advertising (again) for the upcoming blockbuster (I hope) movie, Serenity. Because you know the 15 people my blog reaches will make all the difference.
So once again I point you to trailers, a review of a trailer (this fellow amusingly refers to the “hot fox super ninja” multiple times), and then defer to Whedonesque for a ridiculous amount of other links and information about the movie and other Joss Whedon-related news and projects.
Serenity comes out on September 30. Go see it. SERENITY NOW!!!
Are they paying you for this? I mean, I’m excited about the movie, but I’m not a super dweeb about it ;).
I love you!
Oh don’t you worry – I’m fully preparing myself emotionally to have to wait until it comes out on video to see it. My thinking is that Kate probably won’t be comfortable sitting through it if the baby hasn’t come, and if the baby HAS come, we’re not going to expose him to a room full of nasty, germ-ridden theatre-goers (or expose them to his I’m-hungry-screams). So sadly, video it is! 🙂
Ummm, I think it will be VERY hard for you to go to the movies with a 9+ month pregnant wife, and we KNOW you’re not leaving her at home!!! So, have the baby already!!!
I can’t believe I missed the SERENITY NOW comment. I LOVE saying SERENITY NOW!!!
Hmm. I can’t tell if that’s the super-awesome Inara in the back left of the picture, or just yucky old Kaylee.
I’ve seen some of the previews for this one in the theater. Looks like it could be pretty good.
So I was flipping channels yesterday, found something that caught my eye on Sci-Fi channel, so I ended up watching some episode where a security guard and doctor were trying to rescue a patient from a futuristic hospital… I hit the “info” button on the remote, and it said “Firefly.”
AAAAhh, my eyes! My eyes! …I cursed Joss Whedon for making an interesting episode of “Firefly” and immediately flipped to Discovery channel showing an intriguing episode about the last 2,000 years of basket weaving.