I couldn't believe it. When I first started working for Joss people tried to explain it to me, but there's no way to fully understand what it feels like to be in the Whedonverse until you're part of the family. And I still can't believe the support I feel -- the undying devotion that a lot of this genre's fans give their actors is remarkable. And one thing I love is that they'll give me a chance if I try something different - they'll support me. They may not love it, but they still come watch it. I don't know what it's like for other actors who have to find new fans for every job we do. I feel like our fans, especially from "Firefly," are incredibly supportive.
April 23 2010
(SPOILER) Summer Glau: The undying devotion of Whedonverse fans is remarkable. The NY Post's Popwrap talks in depth to Summer Glau about her role in the upcoming Deadly Honeymoon (including significant spoilers) as well as the supportive nature of the whedonverse fandom.
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