Well, I'm only MILDLY perturbed with Entertainment Weekly right now. They did a small interview with Joss Whedon and mentioned in the intro this:
Quote:And then no mention is made of said Serenity miniseries in the interview. Arrrgggghhhhh!!!!
''I couldn't stand the idea of one more person asking me who was going to play Wonder Woman,'' says director Joss Whedon, explaining why he — a perennial Comic-Con favorite — didn't pop up on a panel in 2006. Now unlassoed from said movie project, Whedon last week returned to speak at the Nerd Prom, unleashing a spate of projects — a number of them Buffy-related — to orgiastic effect. Among the crowd-pleasers: Ripper, a 90-minute TV movie for the BBC about Buffy's watcher, Giles; Goners, his original movie for Universal that's still in development and presently in rewrites; Cabin in the Woods, a horror movie coscripted with Drew Goddard (Cloverfield) that he's shopping around; and two comics, a Buffy ''season 9'' story arc and a Serenity miniseries.