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May 20 2009

A 'Thank You' message from Summer. A thank you message from Summer Glau to all her fans post T:SCC via her official (unofficial) website.

A thank you message from Summer Glau to all her fans post T:SCC via her official (unofficial) website.

Now that our season is done and I somehow feel far away, I want to say that it wouldn't have been possible without faithful viewers; and it wouldn't have been fun to make without such sincere interest from you...

[ edited by zeitgeist -please use punctuation for link titles that are complete sentences, thanks!- on 2009-05-20 15:08 ]

Summer is "brilliant, witty [and] poetic" in performance.
I'll miss watching Summer and the rest of the gang on TV every week. I still can't get over the fact that they axed the show. :(

Thanks for posting the message!
Nice read.
Witty and poetic? You really don't need those things as long as you have true, heartfelt sincerity. And she does - in boatloads.

I hate that T:SCC is over. Gahh...
Thanks for sharing. Summer has a lovely, genuinely sweet writing style and I hope she posts more often. Loved her Jameron reference!
Oh I love Summer Glau so much, she is so sweet and lovely. I really think her career will take off big time: she has gotten a lot of press coverage, and some magazine covers, so I think producers will be knocking down her door with all kinds of exciting scripts.
Writing's effective if it moves you, and this was moving. What a dear she is.

Her fansite by Cristelle is pretty nifty, too - lots of good info, and obviously lots of hard work, too - which makes my following quibble seem pretty petty, but I just hafta say it (it's what I do. Um, graphic design, although some might say "quibble" too...)

Re: the biography "book" - if you're going to merge a photo of a young actor's skin with a texture, it prolly shouldn't be old leather. It's truly unflattering... okay, I'll shut up now.

Anyhoo, there are some actors you really want to see where they'll go, and Summer is one of them. She's unique.

ETF: typo

[ edited by QuoterGal on 2009-05-20 17:20 ]
She is incredibly dear. Thanks to Summer, Josh Friedman and the whole crew for giving us a wild ride that sometimes transcended its form. Well done and looking forward to their next projects!
Someone in the comments section there mentioned Summer's movie she was talking about previously. Supposedly, it's a Viking action pic, with Ryan Phillipe.


Could be good, but the potential for cheesiness is up there too.
Wow. Its kind of embarrassing how big of a crush I have on Summer, and this just reinforces it. I hope that her next roles continue to be good.

shambleau, that is worrying to me. I'm a history major, and when there are inaccuracies in movie, it always ruins it for me. I'd watch it for Summer, and they could of course make an excellent Norse movie (Beowulf and Grendel was awesome), but I doubt that Hollywood is interested in making accurate historical movies what with the success of the accursed 300.
Skimming over the many comments on her original post, it's neat seeing how poly-national her fanbase really is.

[ edited by brinderwalt on 2009-05-20 20:16 ]
Thank you Summer!
Do we know if the movie Joss was going to be making with Summer is ever going to come about? The Serving Girl? I know in interviews its been said that the idea has been there for years and they're just waiting on a hiatus for time to do it, but are there any newer updates?
Cristelle also spelled it "Josh Whedon" but hey, we're all used to it by now. No harm, no foul.

ETA: Ooh! An Eric the Viking remake! That would be grand.

[ edited by peacemonger on 2009-05-21 02:09 ]
You do have to keep the tongue-twisting-rhyme factor in mind - try saying (or writing) "Joss Whedon likes Josh Friedman" ten times in a row.

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