Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
Now that is in the final stages of production, Joss Whedon has refocused his attention on finally producing a follow-up to one of the most popular web series of all time, According to Whedon, the actors are on board, and shooting should begin this summer. "We are hard on it," Whedon said. "It's been a really tough year-couple of years-partially, I'm happy to say, because of work." The original was actually a product of the 2007-2008 writer's strike, and since then, Whedon has completed two features, the aforementioned flick, and a, perhaps less well-known, film adaptation of (which, yes, Nathan Fillion is in). But even amidst work on two major productions, the director has still somehow managed to make progress on his return to everyone's favorite crooning blogger. "We do have a number of songs written," he said. Dr. Horrible Sequel Coming Sooner Than You Think
Joss Whedon 101: "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" There’s Nothing Horrible About a Whedon Musical With a name like Dr. Horrible, a character has a lot to live down to. By the end of Joss Whedon’s webiseries, Dr.
Cool book alert: 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog: The Book Updated 2011-03-23 11:04 AM It's been almost three years since the online debut of Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, but go to any comics/pop-culture convention, and you'll see at least a few dudes dressed up as Captain Hammer and Dr. Horrible.
Review: Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog: The Book makes great companion Joss Whedon has put together a companion book for fans of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, and it contains everything a fan could hope for. Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog has quickly become a sensation. A film project whipped together practically overnight, and shot in the course of a few days, then split into webisodes, it was the first time a web-released film became successful in any meaningful ways, and now that it’s available on DVD and Blu-ray, fans are able to watch it in clear Hi-def, and sing-along with their friends to all of the masterfully composed songs. It’s a masterpiece musical made for geeks.
In association with Silk Road Productions, Producer/Director Andy Lowe and Chinese Pirate Productions will present a live stage adaptation of the 3 episode musical web-series created by writer/director Joss Whedon. Sixteen (16) performances will be held at the 10th Avenue Theatre at 930 10th Avenue in Downtown San Diego, Ca 92101 from July 16th - 30th, 2011 to coincide with the 2011 annual International Comic Book Convention. The show, also adapted by Lowe, will feature musical arrangements and orchestrations by local San Diego Musical Director Brian Hammonds, sets by award winning Scenic Designer David Weiner (700 Sundays - La Jolla Playhouse and Broadway), lighting design by Chris Rynne (How the Grinch Stole Christmas - the Old Globe Theatre), sound and projection design by Chris Luessman, costumes by Jannifer Mah, and introducing choreographer Karen Li. Dr. Horrible goes live in July 2011
'Dr. Horrible' sequel taking shape - is a theatrical version in the future? The Internet musical "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog," starring Neil Patrick Harris, was a Web sensation last fall. Fans crashed the official site, dr.horrible.com, while the downloadable version of the musical hit the top of the iTunes chart. Now some details for the sequel have emerged — and it looks like the creators want to stay true to the indie, low-budget aesthetic that made "Dr. Horrible" an instant cult item. Joss Whedon, who directed and was a co-creator, recently told reporters at the Paley Festival in Hollywood that the sequel could take any number of formats, including an online series or possibly a feature film.
Is the world safe from the evils of Dr. Horrible, or do we still have tuneful reasons to fear his return? The answer to the question -- which has been the subject of debate and anticipation among fans of the online-but-still-sort-of-TV musical-comedy sensation Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog -- seems to be yes. But not soon. Some truly wonderful, absolutely Horrible news
Dr. Horrible Wins An Emmy! September 12, 2009 by worldofhiglet Dr Horrible himself tweeted about an hour ago that they had won the Emmy for ‘Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program’: The Official Notice is up on the Emmy’s website and Zack Whedon posted a picture of the envelope with the result.
Dr. Horrible Emmy Broadcast - Interceptorizor
4th best series 2008 The writers' strike, which began in November 2007, was the worst thing to happen to TV in 2008. But the best thing to come of it was this eccentric, tragicomic musical, which — like the strike itself — helped redefine what could be called "TV." Conceived as a strike-time diversion by Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), it starred Neil Patrick Harris as the title character, a would-be supervillain applying for membership in the exclusive Evil League of Evil.
15th best inventions of 2008 Dr. Horrible (Neil Patrick Harris) is just your average lovelorn bad guy trying to make it big — he's got some dubious weapons, a secret hideout, a square-jawed nemesis (Nathan Fillion) and a video blog. Oh, and he sings. Think The Diaries of Lex Luthor as told by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
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8-Bit Dr. Horrible 8-Bit Dr. Horrible is a re-imagining of Joss Whedon 's musical tragicomedy as a theoretical classic Nintendo game. The animation follows the exploits of Dr. Horrible trying to get in to the Evil League of Evil, accompanied by an equally diabolical 8-bit arrangement of the soundtrack, available for free mp3 download. The project received praise via Twitter from Felicia Day , Neil Patrick Harris , and Maurissa Tancharoen , as well as celebrity gossip extraordinaire Perez Hilton and the Whedonesque community.
Plot Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog consists of three acts of approximately 14 minutes each.
Whedon Discusses Dr Horrible Sequel February 14, 2014 By Admin Jed Whedon spoke to Entertainment Weekly recently about the status of the Dr Horible's Sing-Along Blog sequel now that everyone involved in the project is now super busy. Neil Patrick Harris is busy … [More...]
Horrible Wiki Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog is a 42-minute tragicomic musical in three acts, each released separately. It tells the story of Dr. Horrible, an aspiring supervillain, Captain Hammer, his nemesis, and Penny, their mutual love interest. The movie was written by writer/director Joss Whedon, his brothers Zack Whedon and Jed Whedon, and Jed's then fiancée, actress Maurissa Tancharoen. The writing team penned the musical during the WGA writers' strike. The idea was to create something small and inexpensive, yet professionally done, in a way that would circumvent the issues that were being protested during the strike.