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Well people, when it rains, it pours. For so long we have had a draught of spoilers for season 7 and now more in one day than Iâ€™ve seen in a while.
- Christine Kilpatrick from â€œHollywood North On Locationâ€ took some BTS photos of SPN filming in Vancouver yesterday and also shot a mini video in which she releases some interesting spoilers. The series is now filming 7.06 â€œSlash Fictionâ€ and Dean and Sam are involved in a back robbery in which someone is killed.
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- TV Guide has released a new interview from Jensen Ackles and he does GIVE OUT SPOILERS. A few excerpts below:
Quote from Sera Gamble: "This year," says executive producer Sera Gamble, "we were really inspired by one of our touchstone movies when we think about Dean [Jensen Ackles] and Sam [Jared Padalecki] and their relationship â€” Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. We wanted to pit them against a force that's much greater than them with great resources and take away the tools that Sam and Dean are used to having. They feel outmatched and cornered. It's very much a thriller.'
On Castiel, Ackles comments: â€œWhen they track Cas down, they realize that when he took in all those monsters souls from purgatory, there were much older things that got into him as well. There's a new, basically unknown, enemy in the world. It's something that the guys have never dealt with.â€
On Crowley, Ackles says, â€œHe's been hiding from Cas, who was his partner. There is a little "I'll help you if you help me" going on.â€
On Sam, he says: â€œHe's getting these flashbacks from Hell now that the wall that Death built is crumbling. There are visions and hauntings. It's almost like he has to overcome a drug problem. Dean and Bobby are very concerned because he checks out every now and then.â€
On the hunters environment for the boys; â€œWe're going to start taking things away from Sam and Dean that they've relied on in their hunter life. There's no lore to help them out and no book to tell them what to do. Bobby [Jim Beaver] throws his hands in the air. At one point they might even have to stash the Impala, because it's too recognizable. The lead problem this year, is that all their little tricks that they've used to exist, credit card fraud and gambling, those are ways for this evil to track them down.â€
And he gives more info on the episode he directs, 7.03 â€œThe Girl Next Doorâ€: It will air third [October 7] It was much more challenging than last year. There was a lot of story going on. And flashbacks. [This time] it's a one-off. Sam takes off on his own. He catches a case that he's familiar with back from 1998. He was left home to do research while Dad and Dean were off hunting creatures, and he wound up running into the creatures himself. He had to make a very tough decision when he meets a girl and he's smitten. Now he's tracking her as a grown up. We have a really cool guest star playing her â€” Jewel Staite, who I've known since she was on â€œFirefly.â€
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- Official synopsis: SAM HAS FLASHBACKS FROM HELL â€” Castiel (Misha Collins) continues to struggle with the burdens that come with his new-fangled power. The broken wall in Samâ€™s (Jared Padalecki) head causes him to have hallucinations, and he has difficulty discerning whatâ€™s real and whatâ€™s not. Bobby (Jim Beaver) worries that Dean is beginning to stumble under the weight of fighting Castiel and keeping an eye on Sam. Guy Bee directed the episode written by Ben Edlund.
Note from Sablegreen: I have seen a lot of discontent on the net regarding the mistake of not crediting Jensen Akles in the synopsis. Putting in an actorâ€™s name is not just a mark of respect, theyâ€™re legally obligated to give full credit. I can assure you that was definitely a big MISTAKE on the part of the CW and not the first one they have made. Numerous errors were seen in last seasonâ€™s synopsis as well even to the point of crediting the wrong writer for an episode. I wouldnâ€™t be surprised to see this corrected and a new synopsis reissued quickly.
August 17, 2011
- TVLine released casting spoilers for episode 7.05 â€œShut Up, Dr. Philâ€ in an article today. Two Buffyverse alumni, Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters, (aka Cordelia and Spike) will be playing husband and wife in the episode.
â€œThis episode is â€˜Bewitched gone wrong,â€™â€ reveals showrunner Sera Gamble. â€œ[It was] all upside for this successful man (Marsters) while he was married to the witch (Carpenter), but now that heâ€™s pissed her off, the whole town is paying the price.â€
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August 15, 2011
- BTS photos by Susan Gittins of â€œSupernatural" shooting on location in Gastown, Vancouver on Aug 13th and 14th (Saturday and Sunday). They are currently filming episode 7.04 â€œDefending Your Life.â€
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August 11, 2011
- BTS pics of episode 7.04 â€œDefending Your Lifeâ€ courtesy of @PUNKDImages via twitter. Caption for the impalas claims there were two more also seen. Thatâ€™s four Babies in one episodeâ€¦.Got to be good!
August 5, 2011
This is from Guy Norman Bee's twitter (@guynormanbee). He posted a picture from the location shoot where he was filming episode 7.02. It looks like the back of the old Riverview Hospital where they filmed "Aslyum." Most curious!
EOnline did an interview with Misha Collins at the TCA Press Tour, and he talked about a diminished role for Castiel this season:
""The character is not providing that comic relief anymore, which I think is fine. I think that sort of ran its course," Collins says. "It's one of the things that's great about the show. They don't rest on their laurels. Just because something is working, doesn't mean they keep doing it. They like to change it up and try something new and it doesn't get staleâ€”and that's cool."
"I'm not playing the fish out of water sidekick anymoreâ€”that element is gone," Collins continues, joking, "The show is not going to be funny anymore. Period."
While Collins wouldn't divulge too much about Castiel's role (or ultimate goal) this season, he teases, "He's God and he's trying to rectify the wrongs in the world and having a difficult time doing it and meeting with both external and internal obstacles."
Could one of those obstacles be his friendship with Dean? Of Cas' relationship with Dean, Collins would only say it's "definitely a changed and diminished dynamic." Take from that what you will.
So how has the transition from loyal sidekick to being big and bad worked out for Collins? "It's a different position to be in. I was always supporting them. We were always fighting on the same side and now we're definitely at loggerheads. It's a totally different dynamic."
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Question: Itâ€™s really looking like Cas is going to be killed off in Episode 2 of Supernatural. Can you give us any hope at all that heâ€™ll survive beyond that? â€”TabithaAusiello: Nope, and neither can his portrayer Misha Collins. â€œI would love to tell you [but] Iâ€™m not going to,â€ he told TVLine over the weekend at Comic-Con. â€œI donâ€™t like to give away secretsâ€¦ You might see me a lot next year. If you have a poster of me on your wall, youâ€™ll see me daily. But how much Iâ€™ll be on Supernatural is a secret. And I actually donâ€™t know. That makes it easier to not tell you.â€ When we do see Cas, he will be â€œdrunk with power,â€ reveals Collins. â€œHeâ€™s trying to do what he thinks a God should be doing on Earth and in Heaven, which is fairly righteous and wrathful. Rectifying the worldâ€™s problems. I think heâ€™s making, in many respects, the world a better place. But thereâ€™s a fair amount of smiting going on too. You take the good with the bad.â€
â€œIt's a bit of a slice of life from Sam's standpoint. What we learn in Episode Two still translates into Episode Three, that Sam is battling some inner demons, to say the least. He comes across a job, and we get back to that old formula of Supernatural, where he goes and hunts, and Sam decides to go do it himself, because it's something from his past.We actually go back into his past, and we see Sam at age 15 which of course Colin Ford who's played him before as a young Sam, he comes and plays him again, and does a really good job. But we get to go back in time and see Sam as a 15 year old, hunting and doing what he doesn't really want to be doing at that age, but doing it anyway because that's what his father and his older brother are telling him to do. It's a slice of life from Sam's point of view and his past.â€
- Executive producer Ben Edlund says they also have a creature we havenâ€™t seen before.â€œItâ€™s a Japanese folkloric creature,â€ he adds.
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.
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