Firefly/Serenity (movie)

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Release Date September 30, 2005
Written by Joss Whedon
Directed by Joss Whedon
Produced by Barry Mendel
executive producers
Christopher Buchanan,
David Lester,
Alisa Tager
Distributor(s) Universal Pictures
Running Time 119 minutes
Origin USA

Season One

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Serenity is a feature movie based on the series Firefly and was written and directed by the series creator, Joss Whedon. It takes place approximately eight months after Simon and River Tam came aboard Serenity and several months after Objects in Space, the final episode of the show. The film was released in the USA on September 30, 2005.

Cast: Nathan Fillion (Mal), Gina Torres (Zoe), Alan Tudyk (Wash), Morena Baccarin (Inara), Adam Baldwin (Jayne), Jewel Staite (Kaylee), Sean Maher (Simon), Summer Glau (River), Ron Glass (Shepherd Book), Chiwetel Ejiofor (The Operative), David Krumholtz (Mr. Universe), Michael Hitchcock (Dr. Mathias), Sarah Paulson (Dr. Caron), Yan Feldman (Mingo), Rafael Feldman (Fanty), Nectar Rose (Lenore), Tamara Taylor (Teacher), Glenn Howerton (Lilac Young Tough), Hunter Ansley Wryn (Young River), Logan Craig O'Brien (Boy Student), Erik Erotas (Boy Student), Demetra Raven (Girl Student), Jessica Huang (Girl Student), Marley McClean (Girl Student), Scott Kinworthy (Ensign), Erik Weiner (Helmsman), Conor O'Brien (Lab Technician), Peter James Smith (Lab Technician), Weston I. Nathanson (Trade Agent), CeCe Cline (Young Female Intern), Chuck O'Neil (Vault Guard), Amy Wieczorek (Lilac Mom), Tristan Jarred (Lilac Son), Elaine Lee (Fan Dancer), Terrence Hardy (Mining Camp Boy), Brian O'Hare (Alliance Pilot), Ryan Tasz (Black Room Soldier), Colin Patrick Lynch (Black Room Soldier), Terrell Tilford (News Anchor), Joshua Kwiat (Slovenly Beaumonde Man)


Plot Overview

The movie picks up several story lines from the series. It resolves the mysteries around River and explains the origins of the Reavers.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments


  • Wash: This landing is gonna get pretty interesting.
    Mal: Define "interesting".
    Wash: Oh God, oh God, we're all gonna die?

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