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The always-likable recently sat down for an interview with Hypable to discuss comic book adaptations and what's in store for the Firefly 'verse (Comic Book Movie).

Tudyk addressed the rumors circling about him playing the titular role of 's upcoming Ant-Man adaptation:

I've heard about that[the rumor of me playing Ant-Man], but no. [It's a shame] I know, I'm a fan of ants. But no.

Alright, so that's out, or so Alan says. What about the potential for a role in another comic book adaptation, 's S.H.I.E.L.D. television series?

I just saw Joss the other day. I just went and checked out the...what is that show they're doing? S.H.I.E.L.D. Not SWAT. Shows how much I know about it (laughs). I just happened to be on the lot where they were shooting...And I went by and Joss was there, it was very cool.

Dammit, Tudyk! Give us SOMETHING! What about the fate of the crew of the Serenity:

I really think there’s a chance that it [a Firefly resurrection] could happen. I think that as we go forward, as it gets cheaper to shoot in digital...yeah, I hope so. We all want it.

A potential resurrection of Firefly? Count me in. Even though rumors of another shot at the little show that could have been swirling around for years (a.k.a. Arrested Development movie syndrome), Whedon himself has said before it's something he'd like to explore further after wrapping up The Avengers: Age Of Ultron. And, the cast has already stated in previous interviews they'd jump at the chance to be reunited in the recently-aired Firefly: Browncoats Unite 10th anniversary special. So who knows?

What do you think, internet? Do you think we'll ever see a new Firefly episode again? Let us know what you think in the comments.


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