Whedoncon: Sean Maher Talks Firefly, Family and More

Seam Maher, this year’s Guest of Honor at Whedoncon, entertained many fans with stories about Firefly, Much Ado About Nothing, and family life. He also gave some important advice.

Celebrate All Things Whedon at WhedonCon Next Week

WhedonCon is back for a third year in the Los Angeles area, and it’ll feature special guests including James Marsters, Sean Maher, and more. Pre-Con Discounted Admission & Social Events are still available.

Con Man, Episodes 5-7

The latest episodes of Con Man feature Wray at another con, where he deals with dolls, especially his own action figure, and tries to connect with a gal played by Tricia Helfer. Also, look for some surprising cameos.

Con Man Cast Is Adding Familiar Faces

Alan Tudyk’s Indiegogo campaign, “Con Man” is headed to its final days, and it’s adding some more familiar faces including a Cylon and a Terminator.

WonderCon 2014 – Sean Maher on “Son of Batman” Panel & Signing

Sean Maher will be attending WonderCon/Anaheim and *you* have an opportunity to meet him. Click through for info where and how.

Picture This! Arrow – “The Promise” and “Suicide Squad”

We’ve got some pretty exciting stuff coming up on Arrow – including info on Firefly fan favorite, Sean Maher, reprising his role as Shrapnel!

Much Ado About Nothing Coming to DVD

Much Ad in blu-rayWhile Much Ado About Nothing is winding down its theatrical run, details are being revealed on the home video version coming soon Read more about Much Ado About Nothing Coming to DVD

Watch the BriTANic Watchmen From Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing finally gets its wide release this weekend. While most people say they can’t wait to see Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof as Beatrice and Benedick, let’s not forget the two men who really save the day: the two Watchmen. After this jump, a YouTube interview with them: Read more about Watch the BriTANic Watchmen From Much Ado About Nothing

Summer of Shakespeare Romance: A Review of Much Ado About Nothing

Five theaters, 183 thousand dollars. That’s a good start for Joss Whedon’s version of Much Ado About Nothing.

Still,  what’s so special about it? A lot, and a lot of fans agree. More after the jump. Read more about Summer of Shakespeare Romance: A Review of Much Ado About Nothing

Comic Patrol w/ Bryant the Comic Book Slayer – 6.7.13

Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news. And this week there’s a heck of a lot of goodies!