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By Rosemary Ford, The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass. Jun. 19--A three-year-old film showing, with sellout audiences in an art house? Strange but true. This weekend the 2005 sci-fi/western "Serenity" will make its way back to theaters across the country.
You can see how "Firefly," the short-lived TV show that provided the basis for "Serenity," could have gotten addictive if given the chance. The movie is a spirited mix of the familiar and the futuristic, of fast-paced chase scenes and butt-kicking brawls, of witty banter and well-drawn characters.
By Anne Thompson LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Now that "Star Wars," "Star Trek" and "The Matrix" are fading into the sunset, what will take their place in the hearts of sci-fi fantasy fans? TV auteur Joss Whedon and Universal Pictures are hoping that it's "Serenity," his movie version of 2002's aborted Fox space Western TV series "Firefly," which opens Sept.
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