Saturday, March 17, 2012
Friday, March 16, 2012
Jared, you’ve played so many different facets of Sam over the years, from blood-addicted to soulless to what we have now, kind of slowly losing your mind -- how do you approach these different aspects of Sam in terms of preparation?
Padalecki: I found out early on that I needed to keep as open a mind and opinion as possible. Unlike a movie, a TV show is such that you read something one episode and it's completely different a couple episodes later -- you really have to be able to go with the flow. You know, movies, you have the whole script, and then you have two months to do it. So you know where your character goes. You know where you start, you finish. With a TV show you don't know if you're going to go for the rest of Season 1 or even after the pilot and then for Season 2 or Season 3. You have no idea where it goes so you just try to play it as real in the moment as possible, and luckily, on a show like "Supernatural," we suspend our belief on an episode-by-episode basis. We're not telling a story about guys in high school and this does not take place in reality. So it's easy, and our fans ebb and flow with us and have a lot of fun with us. So, I just try to be true to the story at hand.
From the DailyDead.com
Playboy and Robert Kirkman, writer of both the comic and TV show The Walking Dead, have teamed up to exclusively introduce the origins of comic book fan favorite Michonne, in the April issue of Playboy (on newsstands and on i.Playboy.com Friday, March 16). Illustrated by Charlie Adlard, artist for Skybound/Image’s The Walking Dead, the story features brilliant art to accompany the never-before-seen mystery that explores how the iconic and sexy Michonne discovered her impressive skills as a master swordswoman and became the most admired and beloved survivor.
“It’s an honor to be a part of a historic publication like Playboy,” said Kirkman, “I’m thrilled to share The Walking Dead with the magazine’s readers, especially such an important story like the origin of Michonne.”
“I pitched The Walking Dead as the zombie movie that never ends, the sequel to virtually every zombie movie ever made, because I never liked the endings,” Kirkman explained. “I always wondered, ‘What do those people do next?’ I wanted to see them foraging for food, building a house and keeping their children safe. Basically, I came up with a survival drama about what happens to people in an extreme situation. A good survival story is applicable to practically anything. It could be a natural disaster or a nuclear war. It just so happens that in this case, it’s a world overrun by zombies.”
Robert Kirkman’s success and passionate advocacy for creator-owned comics led him to become the first person invited to become a partner at Image Comics since the company’s inception twenty years ago. Kirkman has earned the respect of the comic, writing and television communities and topped the New York Times bestseller list for graphic novels in 2011, taking four of the top spots. www.Skybound.com is the destination for all news and merchandise for Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead and all Skybound titles.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
TV Guide states Felicia Day will guest star on the April 27th episode of ‘Supernatural’ titled ‘The Girl With the Dungeons & Dragons Tattoo’. She will play, you guessed it…a hacker…hence the title.
Felicia plays a girl named Charlie who is sort of a lowly tech working in one of Dick Roman’s companies. She’s an amateur computer hacker and unwittingly gets wrapped up in Sam and Dean’s problems. It’s a classic story of an everyday girl who does not want to be in a whistleblower position.
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I wasn’t around to watch the original soap opera though I remember the brief stint the remake had on network TV in the 90’s. But from what I remember it was NOT a comedy. Hmmm…not sure if I am on board with this. What about you?
– On the upcoming finale: We’re proud of this finale, we’ve been building to it all season, and we cant wait for you to see it … There’s more bloodshed coming. They thought they were safe on this farm, they were wrong … We’re on a killing spree here … There are answers about the nature of the virus in the finale … I will guarantee people will watch this finale and want to know what comes next. People will have a lot of questions, but in a good way.
– On Shane becoming zombie, much faster than Amy, and not getting bit: We worked hard to make sure that revelation landed. We knew what we were doing there. We knew it would land a punch. We’ve never had a main character become a zombie to this extent. Those [rapid flashes of zombie mayhem] represent the storm in Shane’s brain to some extent … Amy was a weaker character. Shane is in a murderous rage … he’s going to reanimate quicker. There’s just more life in that zombie, believe it or not. We do have internal rules for that.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
So it kinda looks like fanart but it’s a season 2 promo poster for ‘Game of Thrones’. I guess it’s getting people riled up, saying it’s TOO MUCH. Personally, I kinda like it. It’s shocking and has a GREAT tagline.
What do you think?
Below are the official episode descriptions for the first five episodes. Read at your own risk.
SUNDAY, APRIL 1 “The North Remembers”
As Robb Stark and his northern army continue the war against the Lannisters, Tyrion arrives in King’s Landing to counsel Joffrey and temper the young king’s excesses. On the island of Dragonstone, Stannis Baratheon plots an invasion to claim his late brother’s throne, allying himself with the fiery Melisandre, a strange priestess of a stranger god. Across the sea, Daenerys, her three young dragons and khalasar trek through the Red Waste in search of allies, or water. In the North, Bran presides over a threadbare Winterfell, while beyond the Wall, Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch must shelter with a devious wildling.
The movie just gets better and better looking. This is the summer blockbuster I am waiting for!! The new trailer will premier in full on March 19, on The Voice and on XFinityTV.com after.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Love Natalie Dormer, glad to see here.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Sunday, March 11, 2012
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