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David Krumholtz Logs On Serenity

Tuesday 25 January 2005, by Webmaster

David Krumholtz, who plays a key role in the upcoming SF movie Serenity, told SCI FI Wire that his character is called "Mr. Universe." "All I can say is that I do play a man who lives on a satellite moon, ... and I have transmitted to me all the satellite feeds from all over the whole universe, every planet," Krumholtz said in an interview while promoting his upcoming CBS TV series, Numb3rs, at the network’s winter press tour in Hollywood. "So ... I’m a man with a lot of information that they need. ... I’m talking on a screen to the whole crew of the ship."

Krumholtz, who may be best known for playing Barry Schweiber in TV’s Freak and Geeks, added that his character did not appear in the canceled Fox TV series Firefly, on which the Universal Pictures movie is based. "They were really sweet with me" for the two days Krumholtz shot his scenes, he said of the regular cast, led by Nathan Fillion. "It’s great. I’m happy for them. They’re a great group of actors. They really deserve it. The show was canceled abruptly and too early." Serenity opens Sept. 30. Universal is owned by NBC Universal, which also owns SCIFI.COM.

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