I’ve added 24 UHQ episode stills of Nathan Fillion in the Nathan Fillion Online photogallery. Head over and enjoy!
“Cool Boys” – Detective Slaughter (guest star Adam Baldwin) returns to enlist Castle’s help in solving a high-stakes robbery case. But when a body is found linked to the crime, Slaughter becomes the number one suspect in the heist turned murder, while Castle has to determine whether he’s guilty or help to prove he’s innocent. “Cool Boys” will air on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 (10:01-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on the ABC Television Network.
“Castle” stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle with Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers. For Season 8, Toks Olagundoye (“The Neighbors”) has joined the series as Hayley.
Guest cast: Adam Baldwin as Detective Slaughter, Kerry Barker as Dawn, Corey Reynolds as Mark West, Brian Gaskill as David Lacey.
“Cool Boys” was written by Alexi Hawley and directed by Paul Holahan.
“Castle” is produced by ABC Studios. Executive producers are Terence Paul Winter, Alexi Hawley, Rob Bowman, Rob Hanning and Armyan Bernstein.
I’ve uploaded HD screen captures of Nathan Fillion from Castle 8×04 “What Lies Beneath”. Head over to Nathan Fillion Online’s photogallery to check it out!
Thanks to Holly, I’ve added a ton of UHQ photos of Nathan at the New York Comic Con 2015 Con Man panel as well as his Dr. Horrible Sing-Along Reunion panel for Paleyfest. You can check them out at Nathan Fillion Online’s photogallery. Enjoy!
It really shouldn’t be a shock that the cast of the new Vimeo series Con Man delivered one of the most fun panels of this year’s New York Comic Con — they’ve been friends in real life for years, and they all have an undying love for conventions like this one and all the people who attend them.
The silliness began right away, as stars Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion came on stage behind cardbord cut-outs of one another. Throughout the panel, the cast was constantly cracking one another up, and the audience as well. Felicia Day had to take a moment after she and Seth Green started riffing about if someone cosplaying as Daenerys Targaryen has brought three Chihuahuas along with her to a McDonalds. The pair were also all giggles when they began to imagine how a kung fu movie would look as a laugh track sitcom. It was clear these actors were having as much fun as the audience.
And the panel really was all about the fans. Tudyk, who created and stars in the semi-autobiographical Con Man as struggling actor but convention superstar Wray Nerely, thanked the audience excessively for making the series possible. The show was made possible through crowdfunding site…
In 2002, FOX cancelled its promising, Joss Whedon-helmed sci-fi series Firefly after airing only 11 of its 14 episodes. The show’s small (at least by network TV standards at that time) but loyal audience never lost interest, though, and the series eventually became a hit on DVD. Its success on that format spawned a spin-off movie (Serenity), fan sites, fan fiction and elaborate cosplay. A 2014 cast reunion at a Dallas sci-fi convention was a major cause for celebration. Today, more than a decade after airing its last original episode, Firefly is still kind of a big deal.
Inspired by their personal experiences attending sci-fi conventions over the last decade, Firefly co-stars Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion crowdsourced a production budget for a short fictional series about sci-fi conventions called Con Man. The duo turned to Indiegogo earlier this year with their pitch, and the response was staggering: 47,000 individual contributors raised a robust $3.1 million. With an original funding goal of $425,000, Tudyk and Fillion raised $1 million the first day and expanded their original plan for a three-episode miniseries to 13 episodes.
Con Man premiered last week on Vimeo for $15.
Tudyk, who wrote and directed the series, stars as a washed-up actor who has lived out his career attending sci-fi conventions as the former co-star of a long-ago-cancelled Firefly-like series called Spectrum. Fillion, best-known for starring…
Friday, Oct. 9 Con Man
WHEN: 7:00–8:00 p.m. WHERE: Empire Stage 1-E WHAT: In what will very likely be the most meta panel of the year, Con Man creator and star Alan Tudyk is bringing the cast of his semi-autobiographical show about conventions to this convention. Tudyk was raised a record-breaking $3.2 million on Indiegogo to fund his dream project that he’s been wanting to make for 13 years. Hear stars Tudyk, Nathan Fillion, P.J. Haarsma, Felicia Day, Seth Green, and Keely Flaherty talk about the unique show.