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August 21 2006

Nathan Fillion talks about White Noise 2: The Light. Nathan being Nathan and talking about filming the movie and the creepifying set they have to work on.

I wonder what the Mal homage will be. Goodness, I hope I don't blink through it.
I'm sure I've read this before. Is this from the press tour?
Don't think I've seen this before, Simon.
Ahh no funny! I thought White Noise was the biggest waste of time, but I imagine I'll go and see this because of The Fillion. Also, it appears to have nothing to do with the original.
Not really any spoilers here, per se, but by way of WARNING: Some folks might not want to know about how sausage gets made. (So to speak.) In this case, whether or not Nathan left the stove on.
I wonder what the Mal homage will be. Goodness, I hope I don't blink through it.


I can't think of anything but butt. Possibly because I just re-read James Gunn's blog thing that started that interminable thread below. Also, Mal is a butt-centric character.

Also on Gunn's blog, the Internet over-hypes, then kills another movie. Maybe it is slowly destroying the entertainment industry, as Joss hoped it might.
Well, I'm still not sure if this'll be a good movie (I managed to avoid the first), but it's got Nathan, and that'll get me into the theater...

And, yeah, can't wait for that little Mal homage. I'm reading the Firefly: Official Companion - Vol. 1 and getting all nostalgic.
This movie has a character called "Redcoat" on the casting sheet..
Incidently did anyone notice Nathan's character in Slither wearing a brown coat in the first night of hunting dance scene? Coincidence, or something more sinister?
Jona, I embarassed my friend by whispering "Browncoat!" at a screening of Slither! :)

I'm quite curious about this blink-and-you'll-miss-it Mal reference...
Stealing the funny from jaynelovesvera on another thread:

Spoiler alert! Abraham Dale is sitting on the pavement staring at his murdered wife and son. A cop comes along to aid him. Abraham whispers, "No mercy, no mercy. Open 'em up and see what's inside," then runs off to cut on himself. /End Spoiler Alert ;-)

And it's obviously bogus -- don't post this to IMDB, yo!
Interestingly enough, we too had a haunted aslum here in Pittsburgh. It was called Dixmont and I had the opportunity to go there with a film crew one evening before it was demolished.

It had been around since the mid 1800s and there were so many places there that were just... wrong. I don't know how better to explain it. So I really get what's Nathan's saying. The "residue" in places like that can be incredibly intense.
Verrrrry interesting. I'm looking forward to this. I like the funny, but I also love serious Nathan.

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