Joss Whedon Fixes Movies

He’s done it again!  Not since his uncredited rewrite of Speed took Hollywood by storm has Joss Whedon’s name been on so many lips. Now, flush with box office power, imagine a world where Joss is set loose to work his Whedonesque magic on blockbusters small and large!









Next, find out what happens when Firefly meets Big Bang Theory!


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Hi! I’m Erika Navarro. I’m Comediva’s CEO and Founder. I’m a comedy writer, a Chihuahua mama, a cupcake enthusiast, and most importantly…my dream is to build the place where the funny girls are, and that’s why you’re here. And that makes my heart smile. :-) I work on all Comediva Originals in different capacities — writing, producing, and editing, mostly — and I keep the team well-sugared with motivational speeches and home-made cookies. Hello! I’m Luis Navarro, and I’m Comediva’s Director of Operations. Also known as, the token manslave. But when they let me out of my manbox, I often write and act in Comediva creations, and I’m the straight guy in Lesbros. I’m also a martial artist, a therapist, I have an encyclopedic knowledge of the Star Wars expanded universe, and I’m man enough to admit a fondness for unicorns.

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  1. Mis

    Well done 🙂 I like all of them, and perhaps I’d even pay to see these movies. As it is, I probably won’t see any but Abe Lincoln (since Alan Tudyk is in it).

  2. Erika Cervantes
    Erika Cervantes


    @GJG @DrAnaconda…all they had to do was set it on LV-426 and have the Space Jockey go die in the pilot’s seat on the alien ship (that they find in the original Alien) and the two movies would’ve tied perfectly together (while still not retreading the same xenomorph shtuff). Instead they had the ship land in that weird position and everything, yet it’s a different planet? Just seems pointless!

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