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Jensen Ackles blew us away this year when he totally nailed a couple classic rock songs at Supernatural's VegasCon. We had no idea he could sing so well, which got us thinking, what else don't we know about the actor? We know he makes pretty epic faces on the show, and of course we know he's got plenty of hot pictures. We even know he can rock the hell out of a shirtless cowboy photo shoot. We're pretty sure these facts might be common knowledge to Supernatural superfans, but keep reading to either surprise yourself or brush up on your broad knowledge. »
- Ryan Roschke
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Doctor Who, The Good Wife and Chicago Fire!
1 | Has Jessica Jones given young women the easiest (and a modest!) superhero costume to pull off? (That said, doesn’t it kind of look like Shiri Appleby’s UnREAL wardrobe?) And after so many start-and-stops, has Rachael Taylor (Charlie’s Angels, 666 Park, Crisis…) finally found herself a winner?
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2 | Shouldn’t Grimm‘s Rosalee be getting some »
Over the weekend, Watchmen star Jeffrey Dean Morgan spoke briefly about portraying the baseball bat-wielding villain Negan in The Walking Dead, and now the actor has shared shared his excitement for his upcoming role during a Supernatural convention in Pasadena, California.
“I’ve kind of become accustomed to playing sort of the good guy,” states Morgan (via Comic Book). “You know, maybe a rough exterior with a heart of gold in there somewhere. I think the challenge for me in this role is going to be: Is there any heart in Negan? And for me, I look at that as a challenge as an actor and that’s the kind of thing I embrace and really look forward to. I’m super-excited about it. It’s going to be cool. I promise you, it will be something different than what you’ve seen me do.”
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- Gary Collinson
Felicia Day knows a thing or two about mad scientists — and now she’ll get to play one.
The Dr. Horrible alum has joined the upcoming revival of Mystery Science Theater 3000 as Kinga, daughter of Dr. Clayton Forrester. (As you’ll remember, it was Forrester who sent Janitor Joel Robinson to Space in the original 1988-’99 program.)
Warner Bros and DC are starting to make big strides into their new Cinematic Universe and today brings word that they're on the hunt for another female hero to bring to the big screen, with potential to spin-off into a Birds of Prey movie. Come inside to check out the scoop!
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice releases in just a few months, Suicide Squad is in post-production for it's release, and this past weekend saw the official start of filming on the Wonder Woman film. It's safe to say that WB's plan for the Dceu is moving right along. With Justice League Part 1 set to begin filming next year for it's 2017 release, it's understandable that rumors about new cast/characters are finally hitting.
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Get your pinch of salt at the ready, as Latino-Review has a new rumour about the DC Extended Universe, with the site claiming that the Black Canary is set to feature in Zack Snyder’s two-part Justice League movie, with an eye to including the character in a Birds of Prey film further down the line.
According to the report, Warner Bros. is looking at Abbey Lee (Mad Max: Fury Road) and Alona Tal (Supernatural) to don the fishnets. Should there be any truth to the report, it would mark the big screen debut of the Black Canary, although there have been several live-action incarnations of the character on the small screen, most recently in Arrow where both Caity Lotz and Katie Cassidy have assumed her identity.
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- Gary Collinson
Will Black Canary have a big role to play in the Dceu? That's what a new rumor from Latino Review claims. According to their sources, Warner Bros. and DC are currently casting Black Canary for her introduction in Justice League Part 1. After she is established in the DC cinematic universe, she will go onto appear in a number of other DC movies.
The site goes onto claim that DC is already making plans for what happens after 2020 and the upcoming slate of movies that kick off with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. They are starting to focus on new projects, all of which will continue to be interconnected to this world, and part of the on-screen Justice League universe. This past weekend saw Wonder Woman begin filming in England, and with that going smoothly, the studios apparently want to bring in another strong female superhero presence.
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Plans for the DC Cinematic Universe at Warner Bros are heating up as the studio turns its attention to new projects and characters to add after "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" kicks off the next five years of interconnected superhero films.
After releasing the first still and cast for Wonder Woman this week, it looks like Warners is ready to expand their roster of female heroes beyond Gal Godot's Diana. It looks like the way they plan to do that is to bring the Black Canary to the screen and use the character as a launching point for a female-centric team-up movie later on.
The Black Canary is a secret identity taken on by two people, according to post-Crisis continuity Dinah Drake and her daughter Dinah Laurel Lance. The latter has the super powered "Canary Cry," a sonic attack and both were really good at hand to hand combat. »
- Kellvin Chavez
Abbey Lee ("Mad Max: Fury Road") and Alona Tal ("Supernatural") are rumored to be the front runners to play DC Comics heroine Black Canary in the upcoming DC Extended Universe films starting with Zack Snyder's "Justice League".
Caity Lotz and Katie Cassidy have portrayed the Black Canary role over the last three seasons of The CW's "Arrow". In related news, what is said to be the Wonder Woman logo being used by Gal Gadot's character in both the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and the just »
- Garth Franklin
According to Latino-Review, Warner Bros. are planning on bringing Black Canary to the big screen in one or both of the upcoming Justice League movies. While it's still early days, Abbey Lee (Mad Max: Fury Road) and Alona Tal (Supernatural) are those currently being eyed for the role of the hero who has been played by Caity Lotz and Katie Cassidy in Arrow. The exciting thing here though is that the studio has big plans for the character following Justice League, with the plan apparently to include her in a Birds of Prey movie. If that incorporates characters like Harley Quinn and Batgirl, then it should be amazing, while it's hard not to wonder if this news means we're going to be getting a big screen Green Arrow in the near future too (sorry, Stephen Amell!). What do you guys think? As always, be sure to let us know your »
Do you have a Jensen Ackles superfan in your life and no idea what to get them for the holidays? The most die-hard Jensen fans have almost certainly spent plenty of time learning obscure facts, fawning over every hot picture, and drowning in the sweet tweets of the handsome actor. But chances are, they haven't gotten their hands on all this delicious merch. Keep reading for a bunch of Jensen Ackles gifts that are so good, you might want to keep them for yourself. Oh, and if you're looking for ideas from that one amazing TV show he's on, we've got plenty of Supernatural stuff, too. »
- Ryan Roschke
Will Castle‘s snooping lead to the big “shift”? What’s on tap for the New Girl wedding? Will Arrow‘s Oliver get another blast from his past? Is new Chicago Fire romance heating up? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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Does anything good happen in the Castle fall finale (airing Monday)? –Barry
Since I just got done watching it, why don’t I give you a taste of what happens and then you can decide/debate what is “good”?
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Supernatural has been heavily serialized throughout Season 11 so far, with only this past Wednesday’s episode switching gears and giving us a pretty standard case of the week. However, the show’s next all-new episode, “Just My Imagination,” airing on Dec. 2, looks to be the series’ first wacky, funny hour of the season, in a similar vein to other memorable instalmments like “Changing Channels” and “The French Mistake.” And what will make this episode of Supernatural so strange and goofy? Easy answer: Sam’s imaginary friend, Sully. That’s right, as shown in the photos below from “Just My Imagination,” Sam and Dean team up with Sam’s childhood imaginary friend Sully (played by Nate Torrence). However, neither of them is sure how or why Sully’s appearing. With an out-there concept like this and Richard Speight, Jr. (aka Gabriel/The Trickster himself) directing, everything is in place for a hilarious, »
- Chris King
Official photos from the eighth episode of Supernatural season 11, "Just My Imagination," airing Wednesday, December 2 at 9pm on the CW.
Official synopsis from the CW: "Sam (Jared Padalecki) is shocked when his childhood imaginary friend Sully (guest star Nate Torrence) makes an unexpected appearance. Sam can?t understand why he?d see Sully now but what?s even more surprising is that Dean (Jensen Ackles) can see him, too. Flashbacks reveal young Sam?s friendship with Sully and why he needed him." »
Imagine that the American flag flying over your home, your school and your town park had a large swastika where the stars should be.
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The hour-long drama, which is loosely based on the Philip K. Dick novel of the same name, is set in an alternate reality 1962, where the Allied Powers lost World War II. Japan rules the West Coast, »
Throughout the years, the creative minds behind Supernatural have managed to find a way to believably include comedic elements within the framework of the series without jumping the shark, so to speak. The promo video for “Just My Imagination” shows that they look to continue this tradition. Fans of episodes such as “Tall Tales,” “Wishful Thinking,” and “Changing Channels” are well advised to set their DVRs for what could very well be an installment that we will be talking about for years to come.
In this episode, Sam’s childhood imaginary friend, Sully, manifests himself and can be seen by Dean as well. Not only that, but similar occurrences happen throughout town.
What could possibly be the cause of these bizarre happenings?
The answer likely lies with the director of this particular episode: Richard Speight, Jr. Longtime fans will recognize him as the actor who played The Trickster/ Loki/ Gabriel. »
- Eric Joseph
Supernatural offers up a good, old-fashioned ghost story largely detached from the ongoing season 11 arc in this week's episode...
This review contains spoilers.
Sam and Dean get a call from Donna, now a Sheriff in Larson County, Minnesota. She’s got a case on her hands that involves a killer bunny murdering someone in their home. It’s clearly a man in a mask, but this is Supernatural and the mask doesn’t come off. As they begin to investigate, the high school coach falls victim to another attacker, this time in a jester costume. The brothers quickly deduce that they’ve got a ghost, Chester, on their hands who is possessing the items Chester used in his job as a children’s entertainer and he’s got revenge on his mind.
First of all, Donna’s back! I love Donna and her particularly sunny disposition »
Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the seventh episode of Supernatural season 11. Also, check out my recap of this episode.
Official Synopsis from the CW: "Sheriff Donna (guest star Briana Buckmaster) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) for help after a horrific murder with supernatural elements happens in her town. Sam continues to have visions and asks God for help, which frustrates Dean." »
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Question: Any new scoop on upcoming episodes of Chicago Fire?? —Alex
Ausiello: Just so you’re aware, Alex, double the question marks does not automatically result in double the scoop. But since I’m feeling generous, let’s give you two tidbits on which to chew. First, the tide may be turning for Severide — at least in the love department. “We have some things coming up romance-wise for him,” executive producer Matt Olmstead teases. On a second (and possibly related) note, »
Recently, CW delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Supernatural" episode 8 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Just My Imagination," and it turns out that we're going to see some very strange and intriguing stuff go down as Sam gets a shocking visit from his childhood imaginary friend. Dean is able to see it too, and more! In the new, 8th episode press release: Sam (Jared Padalecki) is going to be shocked when his childhood imaginary friend ,Sully (guest star Nate Torrence), makes an unexpected appearance. Sam can't understand why he'd see Sully now, but what's even more surprising, is that Dean (Jensen Ackles) can see him, too. Flashbacks will reveal young Sam's friendship with Sully and why he needed him. Richard Speight, Jr. directed the episode, and it was written by Jenny Klein. Episode 8 is set to air on Wednesday night, December 2nd at 8pm central time on The CW. »
- Andre Braddox
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