UPDATE: Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion's Web Series Gets a Trailer

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In case you missed it, Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion have been raising money on Indiegogo for a web series based on their experiences in the world of fandom.  In just three days, they've already raised $1,580,086 (their goal was $425k), and to celebrate they've released a trailer.

The trailer features Tudyk's character in an airport bathroom on his way to a convention having an awkward interaction with a fan, and it's pretty darn funny.





Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion are Making a Web Series That's Definitely NOT About Firefly

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Except, you know, it's totally about Firefly. The comedy series is called "Con Man," and is absolutely not about the actors in Firefly and their lives after the show. Here's the series official description:

Wray Nerely (Alan Tudyk) was a co-star on Spectrum, a sci-fi series which was canceled -Too Soon- yet became a cult classic. Wray's good friend, Jack Moore (Nathan Fillion) starred in the series and has gone on to become a major movie star. While Jack enjoys the life of an A-lister, Wray tours the sci-fi circuit as a guest of conventions, comic book stores, and lots of pop culture events. The show will feature all the weird and crazy things that happen to Wray along the way to these events.

If you'd like to learn more or support the show, check out their Indiegogo campaign here.

For $15 Million This Star Wars Bedroom (and a Whole Fancy Mansion) Could be Yours

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The Star Wars room in this six bedroom mansion is equipped with fake snow, a snowspeeder bed, and a mini R2D2 to keep you cooler than Luke on Hoth.  Other bedrooms in the mansion include some standard extremely luxurious pads and this adorable pirate themed room:



If you've got a spare fifteen million dollars laying around, the house is currently for sale!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Turns Eighteen!

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No, I don't mean Buffy Summers; she became legal ages ago.  Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer first aired eighteen years ago today, on March 10, 1997 on the WB.  Everyone's favorite Slayer show is old enough to buy cigarettes!  Click the image below to join us in celebrating the show's anniversary with awesome Buffy memes and videos: