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! 🙂...

Misha Collins talks about ‘apocalyptic’ finale of ‘Supernatural’

The clock is running out for “Supernatural” fans this season. Not only does the show’s season finale air tomorrow, but it’s been a year since Dean (Jensen Ackles) made a pact with demons to give up his soul to bring his brother Sam (Jared Padalecki) back to life. The story line introduced us to Castiel (Misha Collins), an angel who brings Dean back from Hell to help the brothers in battle. Fans love him — most, anyway. Yvonne Villarreal, a frequent contributor here at the mighty Hero Complex, talked to Collins about what fans can expect from the show’s season finale, which airs tomorrow on The CW. YV: First, congratulations! You’ve signed on to appear in the show’s fifth season as a series regular. What does that feel like? MC: It’s always nice to know you have a job in my line of work … It’s nice. It’s nice. YV: So you’ll be relocating, right? MC: Yes. I’m going to rent a place up in Vancouver. I’m going to go up in a couple of weeks and just sort of figure out where I want to live. I’ll probably relocate in about six weeks. We start shooting in July. YV: Has your role as Castiel changed your outlook on angels? MC: It’s caused me to think a lot more about angels than before. I really never gave the idea of angels much thought before. I think there are presences out there that we can’t see or directly communicate with that have benevolent influence on us. Whether they’re angels or something else, I’m not sure. I definitely don’t have the sense that there are beings in the stratosphere sitting on clouds playing harps. I’m not one of those believers. But it’s been interesting to explore the mythology of angels as well, and learn that, in the Bible, angels are incredibly...

Misha Collins’ Castiel Taking Supernatural Season 4 Out with a Bang!

Misha Collins plays the angel Castiel on the hugely popular CW series Supernatural. Responsible for retrieving Dean Winchester from the bowels of Hell, he was introduced at the beginning of season 4 and has gone on to help the Winchester brothers battle a wide array of both angels and demons. Castiel will play an important part in stopping the impending Apocalypse in the final two episodes of the year. In When the Levee Breaks, which airs this Thursday, Dean must seek out Castiel’s help in curbing Sam’s demon blood addiction. And then, in the season four finale Lucifer Rising, which airs on May 14th, Castiel must help Sam and Dean stop the dreaded fallen angel from destroying humanity. We recently caught up with Misha to talk with him about these two episodes, as well as the future of the show. Here is our conversation: The Rapture was such a big episode for Castiel. At the end, we see him break his emotional ties with Dean. And he sets himself back on a path to follow the original orders from above. Does this mean we are about to see Castiel become more of a hard ass with the brothers? Misha Collins: Yes. I think so. We are going to see Castiel become more of a hard ass in the next episode. Certainly. And that continues through the finale as well. Basically, Castiel got his ass kicked when he got taken back to heaven. He was forced to tow the party line again. I don’t know if he was brainwashed or indoctrinated. I don’t know what happened, exactly. But he came back, and he is definitely going to Castiel up these last few episodes of the season. He is forcing himself to leave his feelings and empathy with Dean and Sam aside, and just serve to follow the orders of heaven....

Date with an Angel: Supernatural’s Misha Collins

On the occasion of Supernatural’s return with fresh episodes (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, the CW), we grabbed a few minutes with Misha Collins to reflect a bit on his first season as Castiel and answer questions from TVGuide.com’s readers. (A divine idea, no?) Here, following a bit of our own banter with Collins, is his take on purgatory plucking, questioning the Big Guy, old-school smiting and much more. (Also: Read my start-of-season Q&A with Misha.) TVGuide.com: How was your first Supernatural convention experience this past weekend? Misha Collins: It was good. I don’t feel nearly as traumatized as I expected. I feel like a little bit of a whore, so that’s a triumph in my book. I got some hand cramps from signing my name for too long, but that’s an occupational hazard. TVGuide.com: What twist in Castiel’s storyline has surprised you the most so far? Collins: That he’s still alive. That’s one. But also seeing the man whom Castiel possessed was both surprising and gratifying and really fun to play. We just finished shooting that episode, and that was cool. It was very different from what I was expecting. TVGuide.com: What are the odds that you will be back next season? Collins: Well, I’ve been told that I’m coming back, so the odds are good. I’d have to screw something up between now and the end of the month! TVGuide.com: And now it’s time for the TVGuide.com reader questions. Jenni asks, “Will Castiel ever talk to Dean about how exactly he was able to pluck him out of purgatory?” Collins: Possibly – although Dean doesn’t really seem to be that curious about it. He hasn’t pried in that direction at all. I don’t see why it should be a secret. TVGuide.com: “Does Castiel know what happened to Sam and Dean’s father after John helped them in the Season...

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