Firefly & Serenity Fans Rally

I've only recently joined the Firefly following, so I can certainly understand how these fans have kept their Firefly and Serenity flames burning!


While years later there's no hope for Firefly resurrection, that doesn't mean the love has to stop for the show and the movie that came of it.


Read about the current Portland Serenity film screenings via fan rallying!


Wanted, Dead or Alive: How Portlanders Resurrected a TV Show, Got Their Favorite Movie


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Nov 12, 2015 6:39PM EST

Houston will be also holding a screening
The Serenity Screening takes place Sunday, July 6th at 7pm, ticketsare $15 each. They can be purchased here

The $15 ticket price includes not just the movie, but a concert byCedric of the Bedlam Bards, www.bedlambards.com. We are thrilled toannounce there will be several unique items being auctioned off aspart of the premovie entertainment all money raised from this liveauction will also be donated to Equality Now.
Your ticket proceeds are being donated by the Alamo Drafthouse tosupport Equality Now, Joss Whedon's, charity of choice. This is thethird year of Cant Stop the Serenity, and browncoats to date haveraised over $160,000 for this one charity. More information aboutCant Stop the Serenity can be found at www.cantstoptheserenity.com
The Alamo Drafthouse is a fun venue with real food, and alcoholavailable for purchase.
artcat81 sent me the email
If you have never seen this show for God's sake watch a few episodes, you will be glad you did yourself this favor.

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Jun 19, 2008 6:21PM EDT

I soooooo Wish they could make a Serenity 2. In Fact, this series/movie was so good, after I finished wacthing it I wished I had never heard of it. Then I wouldn't know what I was missing, And wouldn't have to dismiss how much even better this show could've gotten (which seems impossible, I know!)

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Jun 19, 2008 6:21PM EDT

I LUV SUMMER GLAU!!!

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Jun 19, 2008 7:57PM EDT

I have three words. Let. It. Go. Seriously. (That last one doesn't count).
I too am a new initiate to the greatness of Firefly. Sort of. I was excited about its debut on TV but found I was unable to get into the groove on a weekly basis. It wasn't until the SciFi Channel ran a marathon to hearken the release of Serenity, allowing me to consume the entire epic saga at once, that I was hooked. I then held some hope that the movie would lead to the series return but with the passing years that dream faded.
Now I consider that dream more of a nightmare. Do we really want it back? Can't we just let it die with dignity? Think about it. George Lucas and his fans couldn't let Star Wars go and look what happened. What about Star Trek? While the contributions to TV have been mostly good the franchise hasn't produced a truly great movie since The Wrath of Khan. In fact, rebelling against the cliches of these two old warhorses was one of Firefly's strongest assets.
If you love the show by all means shout about it. Let the world know and especially let Hollywood know. However, you should be hoping that writers, directors, and producers are inspired to create other great TV shows and films rather than begging for a rehash of this one.

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Jun 19, 2008 10:22PM EDT

I am reluctantly forced to agree with OGRastamon. Once the writing was on the wall, they did make a last effort to resolve the storyline before letting it fade into oblivion. That effort was called "Serenity", and although they didn't wrap up every single dangling story thread, they did good by it. To attempt to resurrect it now would result in a continuity nightmare. Remember how Star Trek lost track of its multiple story threads with Next Gen, DS9, Voyager, and the Next Gen movies? (To say nothing of the farce that was "Enterprise.") After awhile they quit trying. And people quit watching.
Because it was crap.
You don't want that to happen to Firefly, do you?

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Jan 21, 2009 5:35PM EST

I agree with the comments above me.
Legends shouldn not be touched.

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