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Nathan Fillion - "Slither" Movie - Noise 2’s Fillion Believes

Mike Szymanski

Wednesday 15 March 2006, by Webmaster

Nathan Fillion, who stars in the upcoming paranormal sequel White Noise 2: The Light, told SCI FI Wire that he researched the supernatural and is starting to believe there is something beyond death that people can contact. "I did the Ouija board when I was a kid, and I’ve been hearing ghost stories and ghost experiences from people I love and respect," said Fillion, whose character acquires the power to foresee who will die. "He’s a more vulnerable character than I’ve ever played before. He’s just a man; he’s not a soldier. He’s a Web designer, not a hero."

Lately, Fillion said that he’s been watching shows such as The Most Haunted Places in the World, and it scares him. "It’s on when I get home really late, and they’re watching monitors and putting up all these devices and then say, ’Did you see that? Did you hear that?’ And some flash of light goes by them," Fillion said. "The hair on the back of my neck is standing up, and it’s like 12:30 at night, and I’m like, ’OK, great, I’m up for the night now, I do believe.’"

White Noise 2 is currently in production, but Fillion said that nothing odd has happened. Yet. But he got spooked when re-watching the original film, which starred Michael Keaton and Chandra West (she worked with Fillion in Water’s Edge). "I know Chandra," he said. "I worked with her. I know she’s alive and well, and yet when I’m watching the film, I was terrified, terrified. I have a special way to watch scary movies. I have a blanket for protection, ... and I had to switch the station to Jay Leno or something else for about five times that night, just to calm down and get my breath, and then flip back to the movie."

Fillion added: "Do I believe? Yes, I believe something is going on. Even if it’s not true, I love believing it."