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For many fans of actor Nathan Fillion, space remains one of the best settings for his thespian skills. He proved it beyond compare as Captain Malcolm “Mal” Reynolds of Firefly and Serenity fame, but he’s largely avoided going back for any role except for the odd voice cameo in film like Guardians of the Galaxy or video game character such as Halo.

But he’s finally heading back out into the universe … sorta.

Fillion is voicing his very first audiobook narration for The Salvage Crew, a sci-fi novel written by Sri Lankan author and data Yudhanjaya Wijeratne (Numbercaste and The Inhuman Race), and published by Aethon Books.

The Rookie is currently in production, and the ball will keep rolling on it despite more positive tests for COVID-19 among the crew of the series. First up, in case you missed it, the Nathan Fillion starrer is coming back for another season on ABC. Cut to this fall, and production has commenced on Season 3 of the cop drama. It has not been smooth sailing for the ABC show, though.

It seems like ABC has rounded out its fall schedule with changes and premiere dates involving its drama series.

The only word so far for season 3 of, The Rookie is that it has been officially pushed to later in the season. More news to come!

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With much of the world still stuck in a coronavirus-mandated lockdown and most TV and film production still on pause, theater-of-the-mind-style content could emerge as one of the best options for modern-day escapism. At least, that’s what Amazon is banking on with its new interactive audio game for Alexa, “Starfinder.”


Nathan Fillion is opening up about his time in film and television.

The Canadian born actor talked about his long-standing career during Sunday’s Comic-Con @ Home, including his most popular roles in “Firefly”, “Castle”, and “The Rookie”.

Showrunner Alexi Hawley (The Rookie) talks with Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle, The Rookie) about his career in film and television. With special appearances by Joss Whedon, Alan Tudyk, Gina Torres, Mekia Cox, Molly Quinn, Seamus Dever, and Jon Huertas

Just because San Diego Comic-Con is going virtual for 2020 doesn’t mean you won’t see some of the con’s staple stars and series. Case in point: the panels just announced by Disney Television Studios, which includes Twentieth Century Fox Television, ABC Studios, and Fox 21 Television Studios.

Director James Gunn and the Throw of The Suicide Squad Have Been Verified for DC’s FanDome Occasion. Announced earlier today, the DC FanDome will probably be a virtual, 24-hour convention jam-packed with advice about DC projects. Including the highly anticipated Snyder Cut of Justice League, The Batman, and, yes, The Suicide Squad. DC FanDome will happen on August 22 and appears to be modeled after San Diego Comic-Con, which can be going virtual this season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Big-name guests will probably make appearances at this seminar, though at this moment, few people are confirmed.


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