Jensen Ackles, Supernatural
Not only did Supernatural creator Eric Kripke confirm that Dean Winchester is alive — though not too comfortably since he's in hell — he spilled next season's plans for the beleaguered Winchester brothers.
TVGuide.com: You weren't lying when you said you were hoping to make your fans really angry and full of anxiety all summer!Eric Kripke: [Laughs] It was a fun way to end the season. Dean meat-hooked in the center of what looks like a thousand mile spiderweb of rusty chains. Sort of M.C.Escher meets Hellraiser.
TVGuide.com: Why did you send Dean to hell? Kripke: Everyone expected Dean to be safe! That's reason enough to send him to hell. But also, in ways I can't reveal, it's a turning point for Dean. You need huge moves to happen that can cause radical shifts in the cha
Supernatural finale - Jensen Ackles by Sergei Bachlakov/The CW
Supernaturals Dean Jensen Ackles is down to his final 24 hours Its been a year since he made a deal with demons to save the life of his brother Sam Jared Padalecki by sacrificing his own and his debt is due The boys race like hell to save him says exec producer Eric Kripke Their last two attempts failed miserably but now Kripke reveals they know who holds the deal and how to kill them But dont expect salvation for the Winchester brothers We leave them in a pretty suspenseful place Kripke says I hope it will drive everybody crazy until were back in the fall
Hey there I just wanted to post a blog gearing up for the final episodes of Season 3 Just a reminder Ghostfacers premieres this Thursday on The CWI also wanted to provide a link to a segment on TV Guide Networks hour-long celebrity-driven show called Hollywood 411 It features Battlestar Galacticas Katee Sackhoff and Supernaturals very own Jared Padalecki TV Guides calling them TVs Sexiest StarsSince my day job happens to be a senior producer for TVGN and the resident Supernatural expert Im actually the one that interviewed Jared at his photo shoot It was the first time I ever met or interviewed Jared I have to say he was great and really really nice He didnt give any spoilers away but he did tell me that this years season finale is possibly his favorite episode of Supernatural ever Which is saying alot since he was so freakin awesome in BUABS If you want to see more of this photo shoot Jared will be part of a special Im working on that coincides with T
Jared Padalecki by Michael Muller/The CW
I'm going to post this one quickly, and then step out of the way of the screaming Winchester-loving meemies (although surely they already know about it by now). Supernatural superhunk Jared Padalecki is in final talks to star in the Michael Bay-produced remake of Friday the 13th, says the Reporter. Slated for a Friday, Feb. 13, 2009, release, this reboot of the horror franchise will pick up straight away with a hockey-masked Jason, skipping over the nasty mother issues as well as the burlap-hooded version. As the male lead, Padalecki would play an investigator (foolishly) looking into some Camp Crystal Lake mayhem. What do you think? Should Jason just be left alone? The big guy really doesn't like to be bothered.... — MWMUse our Online Video Guide to watch Jared Padalecki clips.
Supernatural: Rising Son
There are only four episodes of Supernatural to go before the writers' strike puts the demon-hunting Winchester brothers on hiatus. But fans of the CW spookfest will get to enjoy the show in an alternative format this spring when WildStorm, an imprint of DC Comics, launches Supernatural: Rising Son, a six-issue miniseries. Following up on last year's well-received Supernatural: Origins, this new arc debuts April 23. Set a few years after Origins, the story picks up with an 11-year-old Dean and a 7-year-old Sam traveling with their father, John. "Whereas the first series was more about John and his becoming a hunter, this one's much more of a dysfunctional-family story," explains writer Peter Johnson, who's also a coexecutive producer on the TV show. "We're really going to explore the differences between Sam and Dean in this
Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles in Supernatural by Sergei Bachlakov/The CW
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, who play Supernatural's hunters of evildoers, got some love from their real-life sort-of counterparts. In a ceremony held on Veterans' Day in Chicago, Army Master Sgt. Kevin Wise, First Special Forces out of Baghdad, presented the actors with congratulatory letters and Special Forces coins. It seems the CW series is one of the most popular some say the No. 1 DVD request from military members over there. According to a letter Sgt. Wise read, watching the demon-killing Winchester brothers helps soldiers forget the stress of war and reminds them of family and home.We're not sure what that says about the American family, but we're not about to argue with a Green Beret. So kudos, boys. Ileane Rudolph
Jared Padalecki, Supernatural
Last week we heard from Jensen Ackles, aka Supernatural's (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, CW) Dean. Now it's costar Jared Padalecki's turn. In Part 2 of our Q&A, the actor who plays Sam Winchester talks about changing things up to shoot a Christmas movie, working with Peter O'Toole and the best thing about Supernatural.
TVGuide.com: You're really switching gears for your next movie, aren't you?
Jared Padalecki: Oh yeah. I've gone from a thriller/sci-fi/horror television show to a Christmas movie, which is about a complete 180, but that was part of the appeal — to see if after 44 episodes of the show, I could go back and do something completely different. It was so fun.
Jared Padalecki, Supernatural
Last week we heard from Jensen Ackles, aka Supernatural's (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, CW) Dean. Now it's costar Jared Padalecki's turn. In Part 1 of our Q&A, the actor who plays Sam Winchester talks about tonight's "Grimm" episode, a guest star he really loves and more.
TVGuide.com: "Bedtime Stories" is a pretty special episode for you, isn't it? Jared Padalecki: It is. My girlfriend, Sandra McCoy, is on the show. We met on set working together, so it was neat to come full circle. Here we are four years later working together again just like when we first met.
TVGuide.com: On what project did you meet?Padalecki: We met in Richmond, Virginia, filming a movie called Cry Wolf, which I'm s
Jared Padalecki and Sandra McCoy, Supernatural
The Big Bad Wolf attacks Little Red Riding Hood. A murderous old lady in a cottage menaces a couple lost in the woods. A beautiful teenager is cruelly abused by her wicked stepmother. It's just another day on Supernatural (Thursdays, 9 pm/ET, CW).
In keeping with the show's dark mythology, when these familiar fairy tales surface in the Nov. 1 episode, "Bedtime Stories," it's no Disney cartoon. These twisted fables are grim. Brothers Grimm, to be exact. "When I went back and read the original stories, they were creepy and freaky," says Jared Padalecki, who plays Sam, the younger of the two demon-hunting Winchester brothers. "I was actually a little spooked. I grew up on the Disney movies, and I'm going, 'Oh, my god, this is what it came from?'"
That reaction pleases executive producer Eric Kripke. "The Grimm Brothers' fairy tal
Jensen Ackles, Supernatural
As Dean Winchester, the short-fused, sarcastic, evil-battling older brother on Supernatural (Thursdays at 9pm/ET, the CW), Jensen Ackles has made some pretty hard choices. In the first part of this interview, he talked about his deal with the Crossroads Demon, his obsessed fans and his real-life friendship with costar Jared Padalecki. In this final part, he opens up about this "thrill-ride season," his love of vintage cars and why he's jealous of Matthew Fox.
TV Guide: You've added a couple of hot new female characters to the show, Ruby and Bella. Eric Kripke [the show's creator] said he's looking to see what chemistry that will brin