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Sci-fi series “Firefly” was among the several projects TV show fans got sad to see it cancelled. It also received a lot of mini to full reunion treatment over the years.
So it was not surprising that a photo of “Firefly” stars Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk sent some diehard fans’ hearts racing early this week, Entertainment Weekly reported. Fillion, who played Captain Mal Reynolds, was seen posing on a motorboat along with his former co-star in a photo he shared on Facebook, adding a caption that said there’s “something so familiar” about the whole situation. Tudyk, who plays Wash in the show, is seen at the wheel of the boat, with Fillion just behind him with his hands on his hips like a captain should be.
An Instagram photo also by Fillion later showed the two with co-star Morena Baccarin. The photo, which appeared to be taken at a restaurant, showed all three in mock conversation. Fillion added a caption that read, “What do you want to believe we talked about?”
Screenrant said that if a revival of “Firefly” will truly happen, it will be dependent on Fox network and show creator Joss Whedon. According to Fox, it will only consider a revival if Whedon agrees to it. Since the show’s cancellation on the network and the release of the show on DVD, Whedon expressed that bringing back a beloved show is not always a good thing.
He previously said, “You bring something back, and even if it’s exactly as good as it was, the experience can’t be. You’ve already experienced it, and part of what was great was going through it for the first time. You have to meet expectations and adjust it for the climate, which is not easy. Luckily most of my actors still look wonderful, but I’m not worried about them being creaky. I’m more worried about me being creaky as a storyteller. You don’t want that feeling that you should have left before the encore. I don’t rule it out, but I fear that.”