I’ve uploaded posters and screen captures of the “My Bloody Valentine 3-D” Movie to the Gallery. Enjoy.
I’m in the progess of uploading new episode clips of Smallville to our Video Vault. Enjoy.
- Smallville > Episode Clip > 4×05 – Run – Part 1
- Smallville > Episode Clip > 4×05 – Run – Part 2
- Smallville > Episode Clip > 4×06 – Transference – Part 1
- Smallville > Episode Clip > 4×06 – Transference – Part 2
- Smallville > Episode Clip > 4×06 – Transference – Part 3
to be continued
I’ve uploaded some photos of Jensen’s appearance at the Supernatural Convention in Chicago – November 16, 2008. Enjoy.
P.S. You are welcome to donate your photos from the event (or from earlier ones), but please but a little tag on them with your name. Thank you.
- Public Appearances > 2008 > Supernatural Convention in Chicago – Nov 16
I’ve uploaded the final batch of Smallville screen captures. Enjoy.
- Television Episodes > Smallville > Screen Captures (2004-2005) > 4×16 – Lucy
- Television Episodes > Smallville > Screen Captures (2004-2005) > 4×18 – Spirit
- Television Episodes > Smallville > Screen Captures (2004-2005) > 4×19 – Blank
- Television Episodes > Smallville > Screen Captures (2004-2005) > 4×21 – Forever
- Television Episodes > Smallville > Screen Captures (2004-2005) > 4×22 – Commencement
People Magazine recently released their annual “Sexiest Man Alive” issue, with Australia star Hugh Jackman taking top honors for 2008. Other sexy men listed in the issue include Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm, High School Musical heartthrob Zac Efron and Twilight‘s Robert Pattinson. Overall it’s not a terrible list, but it leaves off two very important names: Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. Supernatural may not be as buzzed about as Twilight or Zanessa, but how can People ignore two of the hottest men on television?
The biggest problem with People‘s list is that it’s very of the moment, celebrating guys who are at the height of their popularity. That’s the only way to explain the inclusion of Michael Phelps, who would only be considered sexy in a world where everyone wears bags over their heads. It’s also no coincidence that people like Hugh Jackman and Robert Pattinson currently have big movies in theaters. Unfortunately, Supernatural is a show in its fourth season on a small network, which means People isn’t paying much attention to it. However, they are paying attention to Gossip Girl. Ed Westwick also made the list.
Every Supernatural fan has a story about how they discovered the series. Some people watched from the very first episode, others tuned in later after being pestered by friends, some caught up on DVD after a couple seasons had gone by, and a few people may not have seen a single episode before “Lazarus Rising” sucked them in. We all stumbled upon the Winchesters in a different way, and we all fell in love with the show for different reasons.
With over a month to wait before Supernatural returns with new episodes, I thought it’d be a good time to share our stories about how we discovered this fantastic show. When did you start watching, and what got you hooked?
The story of my Supernatural addiction is probably a bit different than most. I tuned in to the pilot episode on September 13, 2005, partially due to my love of the horror genre, and also because I had an affection for Jared Padalecki that carried over from his years on Gilmore Girls. I was immediately impressed. The pilot episode is dark, creepy, beautifully shot and filled with awesome brotherly banter. Unfortunately, the monster-of-the-week shenanigans in the next few episodes didn’t impress me as much. “Bloody Mary” and “Home” were amazing, but they weren’t enough to keep me obsessed. I gave up on the show halfway through its first season, not because I disliked it, but because I was busy and unsure of where the series was headed.
I’ve created our very own and new Jensen online fan forum. You can discuss anything about Jensen, so be sure to register and introduce yourself!
Supernatural fans are in for a long wait as they become hungry for more details about upcoming plots of Eric Kripke’s paranormal thriller. Luckily, I’ve stumbled upon a casting scoop that will hopefully ease several weeks of waiting before The CW series returns next year.
According to Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello, viewers can expect Barry Bostwick, John Rubinstein and Richard Libertini to join the cast of Supernatural for at least one episode. While some of these names may not ring a bell, they have familiar faces that have graced a number of movies and TV shows. Another thing they have in common is that they’re all featured in Tara Ariano and Adam Sternbergh’s Hey, It’s That Guy!, a guide to identifying “famous” character actors and actresses, which is sort of a salute to the unsung heroes of the entertainment industry.
Supernatural fans can expect the trio to grace a magician-centered episode slated to air on January 22 with the title “Criss Angel Is A Douche Bag,” where Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are faced with magicians delving in black magic. Stay tuned for more updates!