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The television series Firefly lasted only for 14 episodes, yet fans of the show are perhaps more passionate about it than anything else made by Joss Whedon. In 2005 that intense passion was rewarded when Fox gave Whedon the green light to make Serenity, and while the movie was far from a huge success, making only $38 million globally on a $39 million reported budget, the film only made the Browncoats (the nickname for the show's fans) more giddy and clamor for more. Whedon has expressed time and time again that he would be thrilled to reenter the universe of the show and tell more stories about Captain Malcolm Reynolds and his ragtag crew, but in a recent interview he has revealed that if he does ever go back, it won't be any time soon. The Toronto Sun recently had a chance to sit down with Whedon and while discussing the show's legacy he »

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