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I love Nathan but is it bad to say that he seems to have really packed on the pounds. 

 

It was quite noticeable in the later seasons of Castle when he was always just wearing very oversized and baggy shirts. 

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4 hours ago, Illyria said:

That happens to plenty of us as we age :)

 

Oh absolutely and good on him /I certainly can't talk). I just harbour hopes of a RDJ action come back which seems less and less likely as days go by. Back in the Firefly days if you were going to do a young Han Solo movie there would be no other choice. 

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On 05/10/2019 at 12:02, BossSaru said:

If you think season 1 is good, you are going to love season 2.

 

I just got this :hmm: I started going through them quicker as well knowing that there was more good stuff to come. I even got annoyed that Prime only seemed to have season 1 when I started looking for season 2 :doh::slowclap:

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16 hours ago, jonamok said:

At least there’s the awesome film. :wub:

 

Unfortunately, the comic Serenity: Those Left Behind (which bridges the TV series and film) is very far from awesome. IIRC Nathan Fillion says in the introduction to the collected edition that it's the best comic he's ever read, which suggests he hasn't read many.

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I saw Serenity before I watched the series.  It works surprisingly well that way round.  It's probably since the first 10 mins are a more refined first episode than the two first episodes they had.

 

(The Train Job's pretty good concidering they only had two days to write it)

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I guess a lot of people will have watched Serenity before Firefly, especially in the UK (given that Serenity had a widespread cinema release and Firefly was hidden away on pay TV). Me included! It works really well that way round.

 

Serenity is on Netflix at the moment by the way. By coincidence I watched it last night for the first time since I saw it in the cinema. Still great!

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It has one of my favourite opening sequences of ANY film. Chiwetel Ejiofor is fucking mesmerising in the scene with

Spoiler

the Tams hologram (and in the whole film):

 

”This is a good death. There is no shame in this.”


:wub:

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