Our Interview With Supernatural Star Misha Collins

We’ve actually heard about a lot of pranks on the Supernatural set. Have you ever been a victim to one of these pranks? Misha Collins: Well, I was just talking about it. We were shooting a scene last week where Jared and Jensen were standing on either side of a doorway, and I have to walk between them to go talk to Bobby. Every single time we shot that, every time, Jared did something different to me as I was walking past them. But he did it right below where the camera could see. So it just looked like I was f*****g up. It would be-he tripped me, he grabbed my ass, he dug his thumb into my ribs. I was trying to keep it together. So that’s sort of the tone, the ambient tone. We talked about how Castiel is this stoic kind of character. How difficult is that to maintain? Misha Collins: When Jared is grabbing your ass? It is somewhat difficult to maintain in that context. Honestly, I think that normally it would be a bit easier, but I would have to say that is one of the hardest parts on the show. Tying not to laugh. For more dirt on Season 5, what’s in-store for Castiel, and Misha’s recent bike accident check out the full interview here – Supernatural Star Misha Collins Comic Con Interview...

Our Interview With Supernatural Creator – Eric Kripke

What does, “God has the left the building,” mean? Eric Kripke: God in the mythology of our show has gone missing. He’s not in heaven. There is a bureaucracy of angels who don’t necessarily have the most benevolent intent – who are running things in his absences. That’s sort of why Zachariah and his ilk have jump-started the apocalypse. I think they just got impatient and there was no one telling them not to. You said that you had a five-year plan for the show. This is going to be season five, so what are your plans? Eric Kripke: The real answer is that we never dreamt it would go five years. At least I didn’t. So yes, there was a five-year plan, and a five-year story. We are in the fifth year of that story. This is the last chapter of this volume. We plan on telling it well and climatically. We certainly are also batting around ideas, and there’s no reason why there can’t be another volume, and no reason a new epic story can’t begin. We’re not going to stretch this one out past its expiration date. We’re not going to drag this one to a place it isn’t. We’re going to tell it the way it supposed to be told and it’s going to end. Another story can begin. That’s what we’re preparing for, and well just see how the season goes. For more dirt on Season 5, if Eric will be involved in Season 6 (if there is one), and to find out about some surprise new characters check out the full interview here – Supernatural Creator Eric Kripke Comic Con Interview...

Supernatural Panel @ Comic Con

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Supernatural @ Comic Con ’09

So as you guys all know we attended Comic Con! We have some awesome photos of the cast that are up on our other site FanBolt.Com. Including a couple of asking questions to the cast and creators. So be sure to check out the photos and hang tight – we have 5 Supernatural interviews to post and that will start tomorrow!!! Check out Comic Con ’09 Supernatural Photos *Note – We grouped all our Comic Con images in that gallery – so don’t worry – the cast of Chuck and Lost isn’t going to be on the series next season! 🙂...

Supernatural Series @ Comic Con ’09

We’re going to be attending Comic Con next week – and we’ll be present at the Supernatural panel and press panel on the 26th. We want to know the questions you want asked, so we can get the coverage you guys want! Supernatural Cast/Crew To Be Present – Misha Collins (cast), Jim Beaver(cast), Eric Kripke (Creator/Executive Producer), Ben Edlund (Executive Producer), and Sera Gamble (Executive Producer). Post in the comments on this thread and let us know your...

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