Supernatural Magazine #14 Is On Sale Now!

Like Mother, Like Daughter – Alona Tal “I don’t think Jo was incapable. People just didn’t give her the benefit of the doubt.” – Alona Tal Initially conceived as Dean Winchester’s love interest, Joanna Beth “Jo” Harvelle became more interested in flirting with danger. An aspiring hunter, Jo fought alongside the Winchesters, only to become a fallen hero in season five’s Abandon All Hope. The Official Supernatural Magazine meets up with actress Alona Tal to chat about her character’s journey, working with Jared and Jensen, and what the actress is up to now. Check out the interview in the latest issue. Last Men Standing – Jared & Jensen “I like the dynamic of brother versus brother when they both think they’re doing the right thing…” – Jared Padalecki The latest issue of The Official Supernatural Magazine features a brand new exclusive interview with the show’s leading men, Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. As season five continues, Sam and Dean Winchester are still facing new challenges and even greater threats. In our latest catch-up, the boys tell us about playing themselves, driving the Impala, and why they love it when the brothers...

Supernatural – Executive Producer Interview

An interview excerpt with Supernatural executive producer and director Robert Singer from the new issue of The Official Supernatural Magazine. Supernatural Magazine: It’s great that Supernatural is picking up so many new viewers, but what do the diehard viewers think of season four so far? Robert Singer: The response has overwhelmingly been very positive. The audience seems to love Castiel and that whole mystery. You do these things and you don’t know how they’re going to be received, and we just sort of make these decisions and say, “Well, what would we like to see? What do we think would be interesting?” And we hope the audience agrees. Sometimes they have and sometimes they haven’t… but this year they seem to be really onboard with the story we’re telling. Supernatural Magazine: Would you say Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki are well-suited for taking on whatever acting challenges the writers throw at them? Robert Singer: Jared feels more in his comfort zone if he’s doing heavily dramatic stuff, but I think he underrates himself on the comedy. His physical comedy was great in Bad Day At Black Rock. And in Monster Movie, when he goes to rip the ear off the guy who was playing the keyboard and he realizes it’s not the shapeshifter, he does a really funny facial take. Jensen loves to go for the comedy. He’s got great comedy chops and terrific timing, so that stuff doesn’t scare him at all. I think if the script’s got comedy moments in it, he really digs it. Supernatural Magazine: What’s your favorite thing about season four so far? Robert Singer: I have to say, where we’ve taken the mythology. The addition of the angels has been a really good shot in the arm for us. It came to us last year as something to try, and I think we...

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Supernatural Magazine Issue 8 Is Out!

The latest issue is out. Here’s a look at the features: Back on the Road! As Supernatural gears up to hit the airwaves once again for the second part of the brilliant fourth season, the official magazine companion to the hit CW show is back with another jam-packed issue that no fan of the Winchester brothers’ exploits dare miss! Jared and Jensen lead the way with a bumper mid-season interview, while we also speak to the show’s producers and guest stars Nicki Aycox and Mitch Pileggi. All the information about the latest issue is on this page, so check it out! Symphony For The Devil The Official Supernatural Magazine prides itself on delivering features that delve deep into the production of the show, taking you way beyond what you see on the screen. In this issue, we talk to the series’ talented composers Christopher Lennertz and Jay Gruska about the challenges of creating the musical score for Sam and Dean’s adventures. ISSUE SPOTLIGHT Jared & Jensen Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles have had quite a season so far on Supernatural, so perhaps it’s no surprise to hear they’ve been muscle-building for it! In the latest issue of The Official Supernatural Magazine, we catch up with them between bench presses to talk on set about demons, shapeshifters, and things that go bump in the nightŠ FEATURES The Producers On Season Four As the fourth sensational season of Supernatural continues, The Official Supernatural Magazine speaks with the show’s producers Eric Kripke, Robert Singer, Phil Sgriccia, Ben Edlund and Sera Gamble, about and what lies ahead ­ from angels to demons, magic acts, and sibling rivalry: “Season three really set up what’s happening in season four in terms of a totally different dynamic for the brothers. What Sam’s been doing with his powers and Dean’s relationship with Castiel sends them on a...

Supernatural Magazine Interviews Nicky Aycox

Actress Nicky Aycox tells all about returning to Supernatural in season four as a now-ghostly Meg Masters. “I swear, after everything I heard about you Winchesters, I’ve got to tell you, I’m a little underwhelmed. First, Johnny tries to pawn off a fake gun, and then he leaves the real gun with you two chuckleheads. Lackluster, man. I mean, did you really think I wouldn’t find you?” That’s Nicki Aycox’s favorite Meg Masters quote from Supernatural, especially the “lackluster” part. So it’s a good thing her performance as Mrs. B. on the TV series Over There was far from lackluster. When Kim Manners directed an episode that focused on her character, it was the relationship they built on that set that led the future Supernatural executive producer and director to personally select Aycox for the role of the demon-possessed Meg Masters. “I really enjoyed working with Kim, because he’s a very straightforward, honest man and an easy person to understand,” Aycox reveals. “He could make himself very clear, tell you exactly what he wanted, how he wanted it to look, and I really admired that, so we became friends who really like to work together in an artistic way. He’s been a mentor [in that regard] ever since.” Aycox’s character, Meg, has been a fan favorite ever since she appeared in the season one episode Scarecrow. But even she didn’t know what she was in for back then. “I knew that I was going to be [on] for more than one episode, but we really just felt our way through it… We just knew it was gonna go until we felt the storyline had come to an end.” Meg Masters’ appearance in the season four episode Are You There God? It’s Me… Dean Winchester proves there’s never a true end to a character on Supernatural. So far, Aycox has...

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