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Serenity may fly again?
Thursday, January 12, 2006 2:40 AM
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Thursday, January 12, 2006 7:17 AM
Quote:Originally posted by Khei:
Fox Doth Blow!
Thursday, January 12, 2006 8:31 AM
Quote:Originally posted by WildWeasel:
Do yall think that perhaps a video game could emerge from the Firefly verse that could generate revenue and and enough new fan interest to help get Serenity back in the black? I loved Microsoft's freelancer, and they're making games out of everything these days, and movies from games.
Thursday, January 12, 2006 9:22 AM
Quote:Originally posted by tanstaafl28:
You have obviously thought this out greatly. We need to send a message to Fox (as I suspect they still own the rights) that we are this serious. We need to do so just as the fans did in '67 and '68 to keep TOS on the air. I think you've spelled out our requests/demands pretty well. See what the gang thinks...
Thursday, January 12, 2006 11:21 AM
Thursday, January 12, 2006 9:27 PM
Quote:Originally posted by kerretom:
I may be stepping on pins and needles here, but do we even know if Joss HASN'T negotiated another TV timeslot? When you think about it, these things take time. First of all, he has to make sure all the characters will be able to play their parts! The Baldwin is currently on another TV show! It might be a few years before all of the characters are available! He also has to shoot a few episodes, just like when trying to get a book published, you have to submit a few chapters, and submit them to major networks. And let's face it, SCI FI isn't going to get Firefly back on its feet again. It just doesn't produce enough revenue to get $2 million per episode! We'd need a major corporation, like FOX, ABC, or CBS. THIS TAKES TIME!
We MIGHT get lucky enough to have the series back in mid 2007, but realistically, we're looking at early 2008 IF the show ever comes back to the small screen. Joss has already SAID that he doubts that it ever will. He said, "Serenity will probably fly on the silver screen from here on out."
We need to face it. We have movies to look forward too, for now. Maybe, if the sequel to Serenity gains enough revenue, it'll return to the small screen. And as for us BUILDING a corporation, BUYING shares, or all of that, it's a wastefull effort. The money your AntiReaver friend has CAN'T EVEN BUY ONE EPISODE! To even propose to ANY network, you need THREE OR FOUR.
Sorry to burst everybody's collective bubbles, but just because a proposal is long, doesn't make it good. It's unrealistic and WILL NEVER HAPPEN. I'm sorry, but we can't even get 100,000 people to sign a freakin' petition for HBO to pick it up, much less the amount of people needed to buy a corporation.
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Monday, January 23, 2006 5:37 AM
Quote:Originally posted by Shiney777:
I beleive that we absolutely can create a corp. to buy the rights, but I also agree that Fox would never give them up.
And even though I feel the fan based corp is probably a waste of time, I would buy shares, and many of them, in the hopes that just starting the corp. would be enough of a buzz to get Fox thinking about the merrits of bringing the show back.
Monday, January 23, 2006 5:52 AM
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Tuesday, January 24, 2006 5:40 AM
Saturday, February 04, 2006 1:59 AM
Quote:Originally posted by Shiney777:
Tsk, Tsk Fireflynutter! What the hell was that? Give Up? NEVER!!!!!!
Oh, I'm sorry, excuse me. I got a little carried away.
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