The "Veronica Mars" movie Kickstarter campaign was successfully funded after only one day, which has given fans of other cult television shows hope for the future. On Thursday, March 14 Comingsoon.net reported that Joss Whedon talked to Buzzfeed about a possible "Firefly" movie being funded by Kickstarter in the future.
Whedon talked about what it would take for "Firefly" to end up on the big screen and what kind of time frame the project would have. Whedon is currently in the middle of completing "The Avengers 2" for Marvel, and is completely booked for at least the next three years. So any immediate plans for a Kickstarter campaign won't be happening. "Firefly" was canceled in 2002, and show star Nathan Fillion is busy starring on the crime thriller "Castle" on ABC.
Whedon said, "I've said repeatedly that I would love to make another movie with these guys, and that remains the case. I think anything we could get off the ground would be appreciated by the fans." The filmmaker also discussed how the film could have trouble getting funding through Kickstarter, since the film requires a much bigger budget than other projects.
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