We have a brand new promo for the upcoming Supernatural season called ‘Deanmon Rises’ thanks to The CW
Here’s how the poster looks like.
Added to the gallery some outtakes from the Harper’s Bazaar magazine shoot, thanks to our friend Desiring Jensen for the pics
Studio Photoshoots > Harper’s Bazaar china outtakes – 2014
The final “Supernatural” hold out has finally joined Twitter. Jensen Ackles or
The actor is in good company, as his co-stars Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins and Jim Beaver all have a very strong social media presence already.
Ackles seems to be doing pretty well so far, within an hour of creating his account, he had over 100-thousand followers.
While, not yet verified, the account appears to be legit as Ackles' put out his first tweet from a Vancouver "Supernatural" convention he is currently attending with a picture and we hope it is the beginning of many more beautiful things shared on his Twitter page. @Jensenackles, actor, director, husband and father is officially a member of the Twitter family.
Demon Dean was speculated to be one of the major villains on the tenth season of “Supernatural”.
Actor Jensen Ackles provided some spoilers for what Demon Dean will be like in the series next season. In an interview with E! Online, Jensen Ackles spilled little information about the personality of the new Demon Dean. According to Ackles, Demon Dean will be a despicable being who does not care about anyone of anything and he loves being that way.
“It was a tough season for old Dean last year. He was going through a lot. I wanted to take all of that away, all the weight of the world, all the heavy, the guilt, all of that stuff, remove all of that, because Demon Dean does not care. That’s kind of where I went with this character. He is Dean without a care in the world… It’s not comedic, it’s almost scarier. He cares so little for everything and everybody, and he loves it.”
Being a villain next season emerged from the previous spoilers about Demon Dean being a menace. His brother, Sam, will chase after him and will try hard to find a cure for the current state of his brother. Moreover, the puzzling role of Mark of Cain makes Demon Dean more dangerous.
Dean was transformed into a demon at the end of season nine finale of “Supernatural,” and he will remain a demon at least for the first few episodes of the upcoming season.
Jensen Ackles, who essays the character of Dean, said that his character is going to have a tough time coping with his transformation, and described Dean’s mental state as sad and a bit scary.
“It’s like the guy at the party who doesn’t want the party to be over,” Ackles explained backstage at Comic-Con, reported Digital Spy. “He just keeps drinking and keeps making an ass of himself, and he doesn’t care that his friends have all left and the music’s died.
“It’s a little sad, and a little scary, because of what he’s capable of. Out of three days of filming last week, demon Dean had four fight sequences,” Ackles added.