Monday, September 17, 2012
Hey, I done "Done the Impossible".
But before the film began showing, I, and all the other people at the premiere, had the opportunity to be interviewed by a film crew that was making a documentary about Firefly fandom and the cult favorite show's journey to the big screen. The doc was to be called "Done the Impossible" (a title that makes immediate sense if you're a Browncoat), and would be hosted by Adam Baldwin and feature interviews with the whole cast, with Joss, with writers and TV producers, and with just plain old fans. So I sat down with them in a back room at Universal and answered a bunch of questions on one of my favorite topics. Wasn't hard to do.
The film finally came out in the summer of 2006, and I caught the premiere of it at Comic-Con International in San Diego. I hoped that maybe I might see a glimpse of myself somewhere in it. I was quite pleasantly shocked to find myself in it six times. If I'd had any doubts about my being an "official" Browncoat, I guess they were safely gone after that. I was now on the record with my Firefly love!
The film has just shown up on YouTube in full. If you'd like to check it out, do so below. Look for my clips at 5:28, 12:13, 32:35, 34:00, 35:20, and 1:04:16.
It's a fun film, and if you're a Firefly/Serenity fan at all, you really want to check out all the special features on the DVD. Tons of 'em! The DVD can always be purchased at www.donetheimpossible.com.
Good memories. It's nice to be immortalized as being a part of the whole Firefly experience. I'll always wear my Browncoat title with pride. I do believe that makes me mighty.