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Firefly cast at Comic-Con 2012! Summer Glau! Alan Tudyk! Sean Maher! Tim Minear!


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Firefly stars Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk, Sean Maher, and executive producer Tim Minear on their photo shoot with TV Guide Magazine. They attented Comic Con 2012 for the Firefly 10th Anniversary panel.

Actors: Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk, Sean Maher
Video runtime: 00:02:32
Author: TVGuideMagazine
Total comments: 4
  Message #1 | chrisdvanne | 20 Aug 2013, 10:57 GMT



I love Summer Glau's answers, she stole the interview.

  Message #2 | KevinInEngland | 20 Aug 2013, 11:13 GMT



Also, have you noticed Summer's special clap? She did it after the ballet recital in TSCC. She is definitely unique in that.  Watch this clip again then watch the TSCC episode 1_7 The Demon Hand
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It does not take Cameron long to get her black leotardand black tights and hair band.  She is
in the thick of it, moving up and down to the music under the instruction of Maria.
Cameron does a little clap when Maria says thank you see you all next week, following the other dancers’ leads.
pas de chat =step of the cat (pron pa de shar).
You have taken ballet before? No.  Your upper body is a little stiff.  Remember, Dance is the hidden language of the soul.
Cameron puts on nice pink jacket ready to go home.
She hears a Russian/Armenian guy with a ponytail threaten Maria, asking for the money that Dmitri owes them. (She might even recognise his country accent).
Maria =Ballet teacher/Dmitri her brother.
Cam speaks perfect Russian (or Armenian).

  Message #3 | chrisdvanne | 20 Aug 2013, 15:14 GMT



Yes, I remember that scene.
I guess it's difficult to change someone's clap, even for an actor.

  Message #4 | Cegorach | 20 Aug 2013, 18:31 GMT



Strange, but I've seen this kind of clap several times after music/dancing performances. Perhaps it was "acquired" when studying ballet.

@KevinInEngland

It was Russian. Armenian sounds much different. Not perfect, but very good.
Suprisingly good actually, even soft sounds were spoken really, really well which is rare among actors from English language countries.


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