une 30, 2011

TV Addict posed more information on episode 7.03 “The Girl Next Door” in respone to a fan question

Season 7 of SUPERNATURAL cannot come soon enough! Any scoop? — Noam
The TV Addict: Entitled “The Girl Next Door,” SUPERNATURAL’s much anticipated seventh season will kick off by not just introducing fans to an old friend of Sam’s, but will flashback to Sam and Dean’s teenage years where we’ll meet, as the episode’s title suggests, the girl next door… a beautiful girl who in typical SUPERNATURAL fashion harbours a terrible, emphasis on the terrible, secret.

June 27, 2011

Some really exciting news on the casting front. Colin Ford, who recently did an interview with us, is coming back for an episode of Supernatural! It'll be a flashback episode to when Sam is 15 years old. It'll be episode 7.03, which we have info is the episode Guy Norman Bee is directing. Here's a description of the episode courtesy of Spoiler TV:

Episode 7.03 of Supernatural will be called "The Girl Next Door"

A young girl called Amy is being cast for the episode who will appear in flashbacks of Sam. Sam saved her from being bullied when they were 15 years old. Later she saves Sam's life and is disappointed when he won't leave town with her.
In the present Amy is in her late 20s and has settled down with a job, a mortgage and an 11 year old son and is very surprised to see Sam again.

Also being cast is a possible recurring "terrifying hit man" in his 30s/40s who is described as "scary like Javier Bardem in "No Country For Old Men""

SpoilerTV http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/06/supernatural-episode-701-episode-title.html#ixzz1QXRP07CQ

There are also reports that Brock Kelly, who played young Dean Winchester in "After School Special" will be returning as well, but it's been confirmed that he's only in talks right now to return at some point in season seven. 

Update: Here's an article on Zap2It about this spoiler as well. It seems that episode 7.03 will be the first one shot and will be the one directed by Jensen Ackles. 


June 23, 2011

Director Guy Norman Bee has been tweeting his directing schedule for season 7. He has confirmed he will be directing 7.03, 7.09 and 7.21. He goes to Vancouver July 18 to prep the episode and starts shooting around 7/28. He also promised, “Without sending “spoilers” I will tease as much as I can!”

He also tweeted on June 17 that he had not a clue as to the content of 7.03. â€œâ€¦.the writers are laying out the season now but it’s not even close to being written yet.”

June 20, 2011

- First news about season 7 Supernatural in a while was released today. The CW released its complete Fall lineup.“Supernatural” is to return on September 23, 2011. In case you haven’t already heard. Filming for the season 7 will start July 6th with episode 2. Jensen Ackles will be directing that episode, so they will film it first to give him time to prepare. The title has yet to be released.

To see the full CW schedule 
click here

May 24, 2011

This comes from Yirabah at the AECON this weekend in Mannheim, Germany. She attended the coffee lounge with Jensen. He talks about directing in season seven:

He was asked if he will direct another episode. He said yes it will be ep 2 and again it will be the first one filmed. Before ep 1. He has to be back in Vancouver for that at June 26. I asked "Would you like it to be an episode without Dean or rather a lot of Dean?" "Without Dean" came the whole hearted answer immediately. And then came the longest answer in the whole coffee lounge explaining how hard it is for him to switch between actor and director mode. He was also asked if he would like to direct a movie and he said he doesn't know. He feels comfortable doing it with Supernatural since he knows the show and the crew but he doesn't know if he could do a movie.

Vlada Gelman from TVLine.com released a new article today with some small season seven tidbits. Sera had a few things to say about Castiel...

“I would consider Cas, in the last few minutes of the finale, to have been transformed. We try to be realistic about the fact that people on this show do cross lines that can’t be uncrossed. But we examine those things in terms of Sam and Dean. They have a tremendous capacity to move forward. We always look for the chance to have redemption.”

Also a small teaser for the next season:
“We had everyone on the writing staff watch Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Bob Singer, Eric Kripke and I were really hungry to capture some of that cowboy, outlaw spirit for Sam and Dean.”

To read the entire article, 
click here.

May 19, 2011

The CW released its fall schedule and an account of each show. The press release contained a short description of Supernatural’s season seven.

Now, in season seven, the Winchesters will find themselves in an increasingly sinister, changing landscape, up against a new foe unlike anything they've ever fought. They'll find their old tricks, weapons and hiding places all rendered useless. All they'll have is each other. And the certainty that, like the last of the cowboy outlaws, whatever they face, they're not going down without a fight. The series stars Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester, Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester and Misha Collins as Castiel. SUPERNATURAL is from Warner Bros. Television in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision, with executive producers McG ("Charlie's Angels," "The O.C."), Robert Singer (Midnight Caller), Sera Gamble and Phil Sgriccia.

May 16, 2011

- Spoiler from Asylum6 this weekend stated that Jensen Ackles will direct episode 7.02 next season. Season 7 begins filming July 6. This has yet to be confirmed by CW.