En spoiler för ett framtida avsnitt. Jag vet dock inte vilket avsnitt det är, men det låter ju sjukt häftigt 😉
PalestineUSA: Anything with Supernatural!
Oh, you thought that one guy, a serial killer, who was in love with the demon that possessed him was all kinds of creepy? How about a twentysomething woman who still thinks she’s a tween because she’s been possessed for over 10 years? Our only question: Is she obsessed with two hot boys on a cult-hit supernatural show? Stranger things have happened…
En spoiler från E! Online om hur Castiel kommer att vara när vi får se honom i nästa veckas avsnitt.
Tom in East Islip, N.Y.: Anything you can tell us about Misha Collins’ return to Supernatural?
It just so happens that we chatted with Mr. Collins about his highly-anticipated reappearance as the much-beloved Castiel. While you’ll have to wait until next week for our full chat with him (we’re such teases), we will share this: Collins describes Castiel’s new look as “nerdy” and says he based his voice on Miley Cyrus. Yeah, we think he was joking about the Miley thing, but you just never know with Supernatural now do you?
En intervju med Misha som Zap2it har gjort:
When ”Supernatural” fan favorite character Castiel was written out of the series at the beginning of Season 7, fans were understandably upset. We got tons of comments, tweets, and emails from Castiel fans who never quite got the closure that they felt their character deserved.
Now that Misha Collins is returning to the series as a guest star (his first episode airs March 23), we couldn’t help but wonder if this three-episode arc was setting fans up for that ”closure” they’d sought. We think you’ll be relieved by his answer.
”I haven’t seen the final episode [script],” Collins tells Zap2it. ”If, by closure, you mean salting and burning the bones, and permanently, irrevocably, eradicating the character — then no. That is not the case.”
Collins certainly has his finger on the pulse of the fans’ reaction to Castiel, but for his part, he didn’t feel that Castiel was carelessly discarded in the early episodes of this season.
”You know, it was amazing when that term ‘closure’ was bandied about,” he says. ”Some fans that I talked to were upset that Cas didn’t maybe get a proper burial or a proper period of mourning. I kind of don’t really agree with that.” Collins saw the demise of Castiel as a full arc, the cornerstone being the Castiel-centric ”Man Who Would Be King” episode at the end of Season 6.
”I think Cas had been on a road of death, and there was a mourning going on for him for the entire last several episodes, which happened to bleed over into season 7,” he explains. By the time Castiel walked into that lake, the mourning had already occurred. ”Cas, as everyone knew him, had been gone for some time by that point.”
That said, he hopes that Castiel fans who were displeased with the exit will be more satisfied with this arc. ”I think that Cas is getting his due attention at the end of Season 7, if that’s what they’re looking for,” he notes.
As for what’s in store for Castiel beyond these three episodes, we’ll have to wait to watch — but Collins does tell us that he’s enjoying his time on set and wouldn’t be averse to sticking around. When we asked him if he’d be interested in being a part of Season 8, assuming that The CW picks it up, he said eagerly, ”I would, actually. I had that conversation with Sera [Gamble] and Bob [Singer] recently, and told them ‘Hey, just so you know, I would love to keep working on the show.'”
The fans would certainly love to have him!
Ser ni fram emot att återigen få se Castiel? Har ni saknat honom?
Det verkar som om avsnitt 7×21 har bytt namn från “In Case Of Emergency” till “Reading Is Fundamental“.
Avsnittet kommer att ha med en karaktär som heter K. Tran som även kommer att vara med i de två nästföljande avsnitten 7×22 och 7×23.
E! Online Spoilerchat har gett oss spoiler om de tre sista avsnitten av säsong 7:
Feddin11: Supernatural please! Not liking this drought.
Later this season there will be a multi-episode arc about an Asian teen who discovers he or she is some kind of prophet. He or she (really, they haven’t determined gender yet) will appear in the three of the final episodes of the season. Who wants to see Harry Shum Jr. in this role? Flex your abs in solidarity!
Det verkar alltså som att de tre sista avsnitten kommer att vara följetonger.
Bra eller dåligt? Vad anser ni?
Spoiler för avsnit 7×19 – Of Grave Importance.
This episode will feature a character called Annie who was an old flame of both Sam and Dean.
AOL har spoilers för alla serier från the CW som kommer i höst, det om Supernatural kan ni läsa här:
On Bobby’s arc this season (and rumors of his house being destroyed): “I’ve done five of the first six episodes. There are changes involving Bobby’s house, but not necessarily [destruction]. I was in Bobby’s house set a couple of days ago, as a matter of fact. One thing I’ve learned, in life as well as on ‘Supernatural,’ is that whatever you expect, it’ll be different.”
On a potential love interest: “Bobby has a very nice time in episode 6, a better time than he’s had in the previous episodes he’s been in. I won’t go so far as to commit to what it was, but I think the fans will love it — I liked it a lot!”
On comparisons between season seven and ‘Butch and Sundance’: “The real ‘Butch Cassidy’ connection is that in that movie, they kept looking back at the bad guys chasing them going ‘who are those guys?’ and there’s a lot of that, because Sam and Dean and Bobby are faced with something they’ve never seen before and their usual tools and tricks and weapons don’t work so well. We picked up this show in season one with the boys knowing what they were after and what they were dealing with; now they’re learning all over again. But we’re fairly innovative fellas, so we find new ways and new things.”
On Castiel’s link to the new big bad: “Everything Cas did toward the end of the season is going to pay off in very specific ways with this new villainy. The big bad comes directly from what Cas was doing.”
‘Supernatural’ Season 7 premieres Fri., Sept. 23 at 9PM ET on The CW