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Eliza Dushku, Alan Tudyk Reunite For Con Man Season 2
Is that Faith with Wash, or am I only dreaming?
Whedonverse alums Eliza Dushku and Alan Tudyk are reuniting for Con Man, Tudyk's crowd-funded online series.
Executive Producer PJ Haarsma took to Twitter to tease a photo of the Dollhouse duo back in action:
Tudyk, whom fans fell in love with as Serenity pilot Hoban Washburne (or "Wash" to us Browncoats) in Joss Whedon's short-lived-space-Western Firefly, used his experience attending sci-fi conventions as a point of inspiration for Con Man. The Vimeo series follows Wray Nerely (Tudyk), who played a pilot on a fictional sci-fi series (Spectrum) that was beloved but canceled. Tudyk's former Firefly co-star Nathan Fillion plays Jack Moore, Nerely's best friend, who played the captain on the show and went on to amazing success.
It's unclear what role Buffy the Vampire Slayer alumna Dushku will play in the webseries.
Season 2 of Con Man premieres Nov. 1 on Comic-Con HQ.
Based off of the TV show, Con Man: The Game is now available on Android and has players running their own Shock-a-con.
Based on the eponymous TV show, Con Man: The Game gives players the opportunity to run their own comic book convention. Players will be in charge of running Shock-A-Con, which will include the cast and characters from the show's first season, with the job of making sure everything runs as perfectly as possible.
Players will need to ensure that everything is running smoothly, by performing such tasks as unclogging toilets, covering up "naked grannies" that are streaking through, hiring staff, placing VIP booths, attracting cosplayers and celebrities, emptying trash receptacles, and more. You can select themes for their conventions as well, which include Sci-Fi, Horror, Heroes, and the like. All of this is done to try and grow the convention and keep attendees happy, which is measured by how high its scoring on the hype meter.