When “The Flash” star Jesse L. Martin asked for funding through Kickstarter for his new project, The Letter Carrier, not only did Joss Whedon kick in, he kicked in A TON.
— Joss Whedon (@josswhedon) March 24, 2015
How much Whedon kicked in toward the short musical film — about a black family who hides in the mountains to escape slavery in 1860 — is unknown. What is known, though, is that it was enough to move Martin and his co-stars from “The Flash” — Carlos Valdes (Cisco) and Rick Cosnett (Eddie), who are also involved in the film — to send Joss a “Thank You” message to end all “Thank You” messages, courtesy of “Firefly” and The Ballad of Serenity.
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