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Naja, Nazi-Zomies finde ich jetzt nicht so wirklich witzig muss ich sagen und diese Folge soll auchionic und funny
Season 4 war ja noch gut, dann Season 5 und 6 auch noch mal...und gerade nach 1944 mal abwarten. Und ich hoffe, sie versauen das nicht komplett...sorry für den OT
The CW had a journalist meeting to screen Supernatural Season 7 Premiere today.
This Early Review article is from Examiner.com, but keep coming back because there will be a lot of articles from this event.
lies den Rest...
It takes forever to find yourself
But it only takes one second
to forget who you are.
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So, you've seen the 'Supernatural' season premiere. If you're anything like us, you're probably wondering, What the hell just happened?!
Never fear, because we have more from our group Q&A with Sera Gamble and Bob Singer to shed a little light on the shocking events of the first episode.
Even though the producers were wary of revealing too much about their plans for the season so early on, there are still a few answers here to clear things up a bit.
Join us after the jump for more, and in case it wasn't obvious, huge spoilers for the season premiere ahead!
So Castiel was redeemed, as many fans hoped, and then the writers threw another huge curveball at us (we knew it couldn't be that easy). Where that storyline goes from here, of course, is something we're praying Episode 2 will reveal, but it's far more likely that Castiel's fate and the nature of the Leviathans will be a season-long arc. Here's what Gamble and Singer would tell us:
What are the Leviathans?
Gamble: We'll develop what the Leviathans mean this season. They certainly don't want to go home and we open the idea of Purgatory and the idea that there were monsters there and that it's an awful place, and Hell's an awful place, and Heaven frankly sounds kind of boring to me. When you think about it, Earth is sort of this Eden, slightly corrupted, but full off possibilities, and it seems like everybody wants to be here. So there's a lot of directions we could take [the story] and we've been having a lot of fun with that, I must say.
What's their endgame? (I compared them to The Joker in terms of having fun rather than setting their sights on world domination, which Gamble agreed with.)
Gamble: Like the other bad guys who emerge a little as time goes on, their personalities will become clear in the next few episodes, but I think that sense that they are having fun and they're not like here to like hail fire and brimstone on the world and just be mustache-twirling evil, I think you're picking up on something that's right and that we wanted to definitely weave in with these characters. Part of that is that they're here to have a good time.
Singer: But they're not chaotic, they're smart.
Gamble: In fact, smarter, I think, is part of the problem. Yeah.
Should we take them at their word that Castiel is dead?
Gamble: You should never take anyone for their word that anyone is dead, especially when they're trying to get you out of their way. You certainly should not just ring the final bell on seeing Cas or Misha just because you don't know what episode he'll show up in next.
Will the Leviathans take different forms?
Gamble: You'll have to tune in to find out what we're going to do there.
Will Mark Pellegrino be back?
Gamble: Yeah, you'll see him in the next episode and perhaps ...
Singer: Maybe thereafter, maybe.
How did you decide who Castiel's targets would be while he was "god"?
Singer: If you know my politics, that's easy! [Laughs]
Gamble: We talked about people who were doing stuff in the name of God that was corrupt or wrong. In the case of the motivational speakers, perhaps misguided ... but we were looking for fairly big off-screen targets, people who would be ruining a lot of people's lives and we tried not to make it just left wing, right wing politics. It really is about hiding behind God to do wrong things to people, at least in Castiel's mind. Now he feels like that's his personal responsibility to clean house. We wanted to get a cross section of stuff that he wanted to do; he had things he needed to do in Heaven, things he needed to do on earth, and the idea is that there's a progression for him in the episode. There are things that come from, I think a really pure old place for him, things that he has wished for a long time that he wished his dad would get his ass back here and do.
Is there an overall theme for this season?
Gamble: We have a few things that we talk about a lot when we're in the room. A lot of things come up again and again, but one thing that is a through line that we keep seeing is that Sam and Dean now feel like they are kind of part of a small and almost outmoded way of fighting evil and they feel outmatched in a way that they didn't before. They feel like the world around them has really changed.
Singer: From the beginning, these have always been morality tales, sort of like classic westerns are generally morality tales. I think we're always telling a morality tale. What make it interesting is our characters aren't perfect and they're very flawed and susceptible to temptations of their own, but at the end of the day, right and wrong is kind of really what drives the show.
Rebecca: Supernatural please! Something on my favorite Winchester boy.
Which would be...hmm, lemme guess. Sam. No Dean. No Sam. OK, I'll just give you something related to both. I'm told that Dean will really have something of an identity crisis this season because if he doesn't take care of his brother Sam, who is he? I'm told he'll be searching for purpose. Any fans out there who'd like to rent Dean for the day? eonline.com
Please tell me everything that's happened over the last two seasons of Supernatural is not just in Sam's head, as Lucifer indicated in the premiere. — Marsha
NATALIE: Relax! "We're not like Lost," executive producer Bob Singer promises. "Or the end of the Sopranos," Sera Gamble quickly adds. It's safe to assume that the walls are actually coming down, driving Sam to go crazy, rather than the alternative, which would, well, piss everyone off. "Our intention is not to raise that to mess with people's heads," Gamble says. "It becomes pretty clear what [Lucifer's comment is] about in Episode 2, which is primarily concerned with answering questions about what's going on with Cas and getting really deep into what's going on with Sam." Whew, putting my pitchfork and cauldron of boiling oil away now.
What the hell?! I mean, normal people, they see a monster, and they run. But not us, no, no, no, we -- we search out things that want to kill us. Yeah? Huh?
Or eat us! You know who does that? Crazy people! We...are insane!
Also doch die Seemonster
As legend tells it, God created Leviathan before he created humans or angels -- and they were so dangerous, he had to create Purgatory just so he'd have a place to lock them up. Now that Castiel has set them free, the Leviathan are having a fantastic time on Earth. Basically... we can expect them to treat our world like it's Charlie Sheen's hotel room.
In a lot of lore, the Leviathan are sea monsters, so it's not much of a surprise that one of their first acts of delinquency is to slither into the water supply. We love the newest promo, which starts off like your average local commercial... and then gets gruesome.
Jacqui: Please tell me we'll get to see a little bit of the old Sam and Dean this season on Supernatural, maybe pulling pranks on each other again?
Funny you should mention that, because we just asked producer Sera Gamble that very question. "In terms of the pranks they used to do to each other in season one, it's funny. Sometimes we'll go back and watch those and be like, ‘We should have a scene where someone falls asleep and the other shoves a spoon in his mouth. We haven't done that in a long time.'" While we probably won't be seeing that considering all the obstacles the boys are facing, Sera says, "One of their primary joys in life is calling each other out on stupid stuff." We'll take it!
Question: Is Supernatural planning any meta episodes this season? The season has been pretty dark so far. I need a pick-me-up. —Patty
Ausiello: I have a hunch the Nov. 18 episode, titled “Season 7, Time For a Wedding,” should quench your meta/humor thirst. (And before you ask, yes, one of the brothers is the groom.)
Question: Will Sam’s hallucinations and troubles with the collapsed wall in his head be a season-long journey on Supernatural? —Mark
Ausiello: “We don’t really plan for that to ever fully go away,” responds exec producer Sera Gamble. “In terms of that being a condition that Sam has, it’s just part of him now. By the end of last week’s episode, he had started to develop ways of coping with it. And the next step in that story is seeing how his attitude changes and how Dean is dealing with it and his worries about it. But what happened to Sam’s head is pretty permanent.”
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I’ve been on a bit of a Supernatural high lately, and I hope I never come down. First, there was wedding scoop, and then I was lucky enough to pop onto the set. If this continues, I’m canceling Christmas because nothing can top this! Anyhoo, I did make sure to save a little nugget for my little nuggets. And it comes from executive producer Sera Gamble, who helped clear up a little confusion about Cas’ (Misha Collins) eminent return. When we last saw him, he was falling to pieces because of the Leviathans, and shortly before that, he was sweet, remorseful angel Cas, leaving us to wonder: Which will we see? “The best way I can be coy about it is to say you’ll see Misha again,” she said. “There are so many versions you have seen him play on the show, but I can’t tell you what we’re planning. Hopefully it’ll not be what people have predicted, but we’ll see.”
Meanwhile, one person we won’t be seeing for a bit is Mark Pellegrino, who reprised his role as Lucifer in the first two episodes. “I’m sad to report you won’t see Mark Pellegrino in the next few, which isn’t to say you won’t see him again, because we adore him,” she says. “But this is something Sam will have to deal with and contend with pretty much on an on-going basis. It’s just a part of who he is, in a way, now. This thing happens to him and his brain has been changed, his psyche has been changed, and luckily, now he is starting to figure out ways to deal with it.”
Not dealing so well with the pressure of what’s going on around him? Dean, who in tonight’s episode will “run into a decision that he has to make, and it’s so influenced by his state of mind coming out of what happened with Cas and what’s been going on with his brother. We see that everything — right down to the hunter’s instincts that he’s been running on for the life of the show — everything has been changed by the loss that he suffered and by losing faith and trust in Castiel and by not knowing if he can trust Sam,” she says.
Supernatural - Season 7 - Misha on future appearances
Misha Collins said he wouldn't be in at least the next 10 episodes of Supernatural, according to several tweets from the Supernatural Toronto Convention.
#torcon via spoilertv
Is there any juicy stuff coming for Sam Winchester on Supernatural? — Andrea
Always! But especially if he’s the brother who ended up filming at **e ***i* **** I saw on the call sheet during my set visit last week. But there’s no way to be sure who that was exactly. Actually, there is. But I’m not telling.
Jemand ne Ahnung, was DAS heißen könnte **e ***i* ****
**e ***i* **** = the devil cage