Once upon a time, there was a little boy named Dmitri Tippens Krushnic, who was born on August 20th, 1974 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Who are we talking about?
Yes, it´s our actor, baker and candlestick maker, Misha Collins.
Today we celebrate your 46th birthday!
Credit Original Image: Prior Studios
Edit by Bettina Bier
What is the best way to celebrate the day you were born?
By showing you how much you mean to other people!
We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom! Fans draw, edit photos and videos, write fan fics, create costumes or props, make jewelry and much more. It’s time to showcase the #SPNFamily’s talent and ask the people behind the creations some questions!
Let me introduce Shelley, the co-founder of Con*Quest Journals™.
We talked about the Supernatural fandom, custom journals and other fandom goodies!
At the behest of my editors at The Winchester Family Business, and because I admitted that it held some interest for me as a movie I might enjoy, I threw myself on this grenade and rented the film Driven from Amazon.
Director: Glenn Payne. Writer: Casey Dillard. Starring: Richard Speight, Jr. & Casey Dillard.
Above all else about this review, I want to stress first and foremost that this is a very competent film. I do not intend that as a passive-aggressive insult or damning the film with faint-praise. Sad to say, but some of the previous movies I had seen in theaters (in the before time of the long-long ago) and those of some major studios couldn’t even claim to be competent. Let me stress very much how thrilled I am that this movie actually told a story and did it very, very well. That by itself makes this worth the rental price.
In the premiere episode of Supernatural, Dean taunts some local police officers. When rebuked by Sam, Dean says, “They don’t really know what’s going on. We’re all alone on this.”
It is thus with a bit of poetic irony that when special agent Victor Henriksen first confronts Dean on the phone in episode 2.12, “Nightshifter” Henriksen says, “Go screw yourself, that’s how I knew. It’s become my job to know about you, Dean.” (Henriksen then goes on to use “I know” 4 more times in his dialog.)
In a world where knowledge is power, and in a show all about learning the truth, the boys now had for the first time an opponent who knew them.
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