Trade dress protection is intended to protect consumers from packaging or appearance of products that are designed to imitate other products; to prevent a consumer from buying one product under the belief that it is another. For example, the shape, color, and arrangement of the materials of a children's line of clothing can be protectable trade dress (though, the design of the garments themselves is not protected), as can the design of a magazine cover, the appearance and décor of a chain of Mexican-style restaurants, and a method of displaying wine bottles in a wine shop.
Whedon also told the audience that more "Firefly" comic books are on the way and ... he's not into doing an animated series....
Fillion then teased, “If we’re dreaming, tell me what you think about this: Firefly the animated series.” After the panel, Fillion’s Firefly co-star, Sean Maher (Simon Tam), said, “I know somebody who is actually trying to get that done, who has approached Joss [Whedon, the creator] about it. He used to work with Guillermo del Toro.”
How do you license hats? I don't think FOX invented hats. Maybe just call them Enyaj hats from Erifylf. — Nathan Fillion (@NathanFillion) April 10, 2013
How do you license hats? I don't think FOX invented hats. Maybe just call them Enyaj hats from Erifylf.
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