'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog' Gets TV Premiere Date

The musical tragicomedy miniseries from Joss Whedon, which was originally made for Internet distribution, will air October 9 on The CW.

‘Rigamortis’, or, If ‘Dr. Horrible’ Were a Zombie Musical Love Story

Zombies have been done. A lot. So have online musicals. But to our knowledge, no one has combined the two until now. Yesterday Rigamortis launched on YouTube with a three-parter almost tailor made for Dr. Horrible Sing-Along Blog fans. (Which, incidentally is still holding strong on iTunes.) It’s a pure indie project, without of course Dr. H’s star power or Whedonverse, but there are some seriously ample musical chops here. Maxwell Glick ( lonelygirl15 , GOLD: Night of the Zombie King ) stars opposite Lisa Musser as two of the last remaining zombies after a failed zombiepocalypse. Their nemesis is a spot-on Nathan Fillion type, Boston Stergis , who is essentially humanity’s hotdogging hero zombie killer, belting his greatness in a walk-and-sing that would make Captain Hammer proud. Read More...

Will Nathan Fillion Reprise His Role as Captain Hammer in Dr. Horrible Sequel?

Nathan Fillion (Castle) and producer Joss Whedon go way back. Long before Fillion was writing novels and fawning over leggy detectives, he was starring in Whedons Firefly (and the film adaptation, Serenity) as Captain Malcolm Reynolds. Later down the road, Whedon also tapped Fillion for a spot in Dr. Horribles Sing-Along Blog as Captain Hammer. Thats twice now Fillion has played Captain for Whedon, and it sounds like the W-man wants him again. Thats loyalty, right there!So, whats Whedon got up...

Joss Whedon on a 'Dr. Horrible' sequel: 'We've done a lot of work on it'

Joss Whedon is a little busy at the moment, what with "The Avengers" about to start production. But he's not so swamped that he can't take time to talk about a sequel to "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" -- which looks like, someday, that it could actually happen.It's just a question of when.Asked if he'd ever consider producing a stage version of "Dr. Horrible," Whedon tells The New York Times that the idea has been brought up, but "my heart is more in the idea of the sequel. We've done a lot of work on it."We've got several songs near completion and we've got a very specific structure. We've just all got jobs," he says, referring to himself, brothers Zack and Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, who collaborated on "Dr. Horrible" during the 2007-08 writers strike. "And it's not like Neil [Patrick Harris], Nathan [Fillion] and Felicia [Day] ain't busy either. We get together at Christmas...