Is Joss Whedon Seeking Geeks for Comic Con Documentary?

E! Online reports that Joss Whedon’s next project might involve getting some of his legions of fans in front of the camera. Word is that he’s teaming up with Super Size Me‘s Morgan Spurlock to create a documentary about Comic Con, following some convention goers from the months leading up to it through the con itself.

So what do you guys think? If the rumors are true, is this is a good idea? Will it just be Trekkies on a broader scale, or become inherently awesome because Whedon is involved? (And of course, if Whedon is involved, will some of the most beloved subjects in the documentary have to be killed off by the end?) Actually, are any of you Comic Con heavy hitters that would consider being in such a documentary? I’m assuming there will have to be at least one girl dressed in a Leia slave bikini.

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4 Responses to Is Joss Whedon Seeking Geeks for Comic Con Documentary?

  1. I think it’d get kind of boring. As a dedicated con-goer (not ComicCon though, sadly), I know that MONTHS ahead of a con, nothing happens. It’s DAYS before the con when everything gets interesting.

  2. I think it'd get kind of boring. As a dedicated con-goer (not ComicCon though, sadly), I know that MONTHS ahead of a con, nothing happens. It's DAYS before the con when everything gets interesting.

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