nakedwarriors:

/// Nathan Fillion in “Firefly” (S01E11) ///

science-and-or-fiction:

overconfidence-and-a-screwdriver:

mylifeinreferences:

I nominate Joss Whedon to direct the new Star Wars movie and Nathan Fillion to be Han Solo.

So really what you’re asking for is more Firefly.

Yes.

nothing-rhymes-with-ianto:

whedonesqued:

Oh Captains, my Captains (via scarletsword)

I JUST NERDGASMED ALL OVER THE PLACE.

nothing-rhymes-with-ianto:

whedonesqued:

Oh Captains, my Captains (via scarletsword)

I JUST NERDGASMED ALL OVER THE PLACE.

Nathan Fillion | Outing Riley (2004)

captainfillion:

captainfillion:

The Doctor and the Captain.

captainfillion:

captainfillion:

The Doctor and the Captain.

frostirons:

His face in the last gif, tho

trottoirspeciales:

This is too much sci-fi for my fragile little mind.

trottoirspeciales:

This is too much sci-fi for my fragile little mind.

When Firefly died I thought it was the worst thing that could possibly happen. What I realize now, ten years later, looking out onto this room, is that the worst thing that could have happened is if it’d stayed dead.

Nathan Fillion 

(“Can everyone just tweet that I said that?” - Alan Tudyk)

nationalcastleexaminer:

Con-goers flocked to Ballroom 20 of the San Diego Convention Center at San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 today, some camping out all night in preparation for the event, others waiting in hectic lines for hours before the ballroom opened, all to join in on the 10-year Reunion of Joss Whedon’s “Firefly”. The space/western television series may have been gone prematurely after one season on FOX, but it has certainly never been forgotten, if the ten thousand fans who were in attendance at the panel are any indication.

Nathan Fillion, current star of “Castle”, but formerly at the helm of that shiny spaceship Serenity in the role of Captain Malcolm Reynolds, was joined by “Firefly” creator Joss Whedon, writer Jose Molina, producer Tim Minear and fellow cast members Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin and Sean Maher as the cast and crew reminisced about the show, and assured fans that ten years later the “Firefly” ‘verse is far from dead.

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