Chilling. That's a word that is easily used to describe actor Giancarlo Esposito's portrayal of the nefarious to the very end Gus on TV's "Breaking Bad". His latest gig on "Once Upon a Time"... not so much. Hopefully the actor can bring back his unique sense of menace for NBC!
Several days ago we brought you the news that "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke and the master of all things mysterious, J.J. Abrams, were working together on a new pilot for NBC. Today a director has been found to kick off the spooky!
If there are two people in this world that have a stellar chance at creating absolute magic together, it would be the pairing of "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke and the master of all things mysterious, J.J. Abrams. Luckily for us? That's exactly what we're getting!
Back in the 1970's John Bellairs began a series of Gothic horror novels aimed at kids with recently orphaned Lewis Barnavelt as their protagonist. Currently there's a total of 12 books (after Bellairs' death in 1991, author Brad Strickland took over writing the series), which are ripe for adaptation into feature films. Enter Mythology Entertainment, which has hired "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke to write and produce.
Starring Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver Directed by Various Distributed by Warner Home Video
While we're not exactly sure just how much of this newly announced show is Dread-worthy, given the principals involved, we'd be remiss if we didn't at least tell you about it!
You know why we love Eric Kripke? He always gets his man! Although he was linked to an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman many moons ago, that project never happened. In its place has come Deadman, which The CW has tapped Kripke to write and produce based on the comic books by Arnold Drake and Carmine Infantino.
We've been waiting a while to see what Eric Kripke had up his sleeve, and the reveal has finally come! The man is heading back to the big screen with a spooker sporting a pretty nifty twist!
Just a few hours remain until the finale of "Supernatural", and The CW is pulling out all the stops, airing Ep. 21, "Let It Bleed", and Ep. 22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much", back-to-back, giving the show's sixth season one hell of a sendoff. Check out a new clip from the latter in which Sam is on the run from someone, or something, wicked!
Now that The CW has gotten the "Smallville" series finale out of the way, fans of "Supernatural" can gear up for next Friday's two-episode Season Six finale, comprised of Ep. 21, "Let It Bleed", and Ep. 22, "The Man Who Knew Too Much". To get us even more excited, they've provided a video preview of "Let It Bleed" with showrunner/executive producer Sera Gamble narrating.
Last night's episode of "Supernatural" left fans wondering exactly whose side the angel Castiel is on, but from the description of this season's two-episode finale, we'll be finding out soon enough. Although having to wait an extra week until May 20th isn't making things any easier. Here's a finale preview to hopefully tide us over until then.
Hot on the heels of the news that fan favorite "Supernatural" will indeed be returning to the airwaves of The CW for a seventh season, the network has provided us with the synopses of the final two episodes of Season Six, the second of which was written by original show creator Eric Kripke and involves something we've been dreading all season long - the return of Sam's memories.
"Supernatural" may be gone (yes, it's on hiatus again!) until April 15th, but that doesn't mean it's forgotten. To help fill the time, we have video of the full "Supernatural" panel at Paleyfest 2011 along with a few pretty cool details from the upcoming Episode 17, "My Heart Will Go On", which sees the return of two beloved female characters.
Sometimes it seems as if certain projects are destined never to be made. A live action adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman definitely seems to be one of them.
This year's Paleyfest wound down with a huge tribute to "Supernatural" (the most badass thing horror fans *aren't* watching. That's right, I'm talking to YOU). As always, the female fans outnumbered the males 500/1 and shrieked non-stop as Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, writers Ben Edlund and Sera Gamble, and creator Eric Kripke took the stage.