Yet another ranking…
It’s the season of love. Here are the TV men we’d snuggle up to…
#1 Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) – Supernatural
Kind of kiss: Starts out cheeky and playful, but morphs into something serious and intense
Degree of difficulty: Easy. Dean knows what he likes, and he likes kissing girls. The perfect soundtrack would be Bon Jovi’s Cross Road.
P.S.: Silver goes to Jared!!!
Not as Jensen related as you are used to, but this article is great, so I thought I should share it with you…
Some angels just don’t fit in with the whole concept of Christmas. Even so, they still make for great television. One of those responsible for the amazing ratings of Supernatural is fan favorite Castiel, portrayed by actor Misha Collins.
Earlier in the season, Castiel yanked the ruthless Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) from the depths of Hell. Since then, the trench-coat-sporting angel started guarding the Winchester brothers with his partner, Uriel (Robert Wisdom). It seems as though Collins is sticking around due to the positive response he garnered from audiences. He actually just signed on for six episodes, but it looks like he’ll be in the Supernatural game longer than that.
“I’m totally flabbergasted,” the actor admitted. He thought this role of his was just a recurring guest spot that would just be another step to fame. As things turned out, it was Castiel that flew him towards much success. “[T]he fan reaction has been huge and – this is big news – if the show gets picked up for a fifth season, they’re going to make me a regular on the show.”
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#7 Jensen Ackles, Supernatural
The sexiness of Jensen Ackles always came from his quick wits and dead-pan delivery of Dean’s strange flights of fancy. This season he added a deeply emotional component to his arsenal as Dean struggled with coming back from Hell. He may have been tortured mercilessly in Hell, but Dean came back looking better than ever.
P.S. Jared was voted #1!!!
Looks like Jensen landed himself a new role alongside Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man and Don Cheadle as Col. James ‘Rhodey’ Rhodes.
Sources tell us, that Jensen is going to play Captain America in the upcoming movie Avengers.
Jensen’s appearances is not yet confirmed.
There are plenty of great episodes ahead for Supernatural, with magicians, high schools and Dean driving a Prius (more on that last one can be heard in our upcoming exclusive interview with writer Sera Gamble). Kristin at E!Online recently got word on another episode that features Dean and Sam posing as ghosts to uncover the sudden death of reapers.
The big news Kristin has today is that in this episode, “a character we know and love dies.” While she doesn’t reveal who ths mystery death is, it shouldn’t be too hard to figure out because, as any Supernatural fan knows, there aren’t a whole lot of characters we “know and love.” It definitely takes Ruby out of the running.
My first hunch is that Kristin is using a bit of trickery. Since the boys pose as ghosts, maybe they have a spell that lets them die so they can become ghosts, but then be brought back to life after it’s over. Except for this possibility, I think we can all safely assume Dean or Sam won’t be the one to die.
I’m way to late with this, but anyway…
Fans are dying to know just one thing about Supernatural this season: Will Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) ever see Anna again now that she’s been taken back by the original man in her life, God?
Heaven’s messengers—including superfine seraphim Castiel (Misha Collins)—were introduced in the season premiere, but it was the arrival of former angel and sometime crazy-person Anna (Julie McNiven) that turned Supernatural season four totally epic.
So, does Anna come back for more unnaturally good sex with Dean? I’ve got the exclusive dish…
Get the latest in our weekly roundup of TV scoop, which also stars a Supernatural death…
Delilah in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada: Anything new on Supernatural?
I’m hearing of an amazing episode in the new year about reapers in a small town who are getting killed, so Sam and Dean become ghosts to travel in the ghost world and figure out what’s going on. As long as they don’t put white sheets over my pretty boys’ faces, I’m in!
Janice in Miami: More Supernatural!
In honor of the show currently kicking ass in our CW Awards, I will tell you that a character we know and love dies in the aforementioned reaper episode. Guesses?
Since Joining the writing team for the hit CW/Warner Brothers television show Supernatural, Jeremy Carver has written some of the most pivotal episodes of the series. Episodes like season three’s Mystery Spot and A Very Supernatural Christmas which have delved into the deep connections that Sam and Dean Winchester have with each other as brothers and with their destinies as ‘hunters’ in the world of monsters, urban legends and demons.
Season four of Supernatural has taken off like high speed roller coaster. It has been a twisting, turning ride that has seen Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) pulled from hell by the Angel Castiel (newcomer Misha Collins) and has sent Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) with the aid of the demon Ruby (Genevive Cortese) down a possible path of darkness as he explores and begins using his own possibly demonic given powers. Season four has also expanded the myth arc and history of the Winchester family and given Jeremy Carver the opportunity to write one of this season’s most pivotal episodes titled In The Beginning.
Eclipse Magazine.com caught up with Carver to ask him some ‘behind the scenes’ questions about the creation of this highly revealing episode.