The Interwebs Boom: Joss Whedon and Felicia Day Talk Successful Webisodes, Future Projects

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Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 1:10 PM
click to enlarge It's a ubiquitous shirt by now, but extra appropriate for this event - NICOLE CAMPOS
  • Nicole Campos
  • It's a ubiquitous shirt by now, but extra appropriate for this event

The American Cinematheque's latest series, "The Internet Goes Boom," couldn't have kicked off at a better time. With this year's Creative Emmys, the Internet programming age received a massive jolt of mainstream validation with the short-format, live-action entertainment program win for Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Joss Whedon's wildly popular three-part, musical-comedy-action, Neil Patrick Harris-starring supervillain origin story. (Yeah, it's a mouthful, but that barely begins to do it justice.) To say anything Whedon does is wildly popular amongst geek circles is a bit of an understatement, as evidenced by the throngs of fans who turned out at the Egyptian for the screening, as well as for leading lady Felicia Day's equally beloved Web series, The Guild. (It was quite a diverse crowd, as well, from Whedon's Dollhouse cast members Dichen Lachman and Enver Gjokai cheering on the boss, to a pint-sized Dr. Horrible in the second row with his beaming mamma.)

click to enlarge Mini-Horrible!  (His death ray is made of Legos and bubble gum, but it's no less deadly.) - NICOLE CAMPOS
  • Nicole Campos
  • Mini-Horrible! (His death ray is made of Legos and bubble gum, but it's no less deadly.)

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