Glamour: Can we expect to see a line of clothing come out of this, or a collection inspired by the show? What kinds of projects do you have going on for the future?
JB: I’m working on some things right now…I hate to be so mysterious but I can't really say! It would have my name attached to it though.
Dean's mission from Heaven is connected to the time he spent in the Bad Place. And there's more story coming connected to what Dean did in Hell. And Sam has a very strong reaction to those revelations — one which has repercussions for the rest of the season. Castiel will be back soon and often — a drinking game may be indicated. We'll also learn what that demon meant when he said, "We've got everything just the way we want it." Lilith is "very active behind the scenes" this season, but we'll also be seeing her in the flesh again.And just for fun:
Broadway producer acquires the rights for a stage version of 'Thriller'On the plus side, casting shouldn't be too difficult.
By Associated Press
2:13 PM EST, January 26, 2009
NEW YORK (AP) — "Thriller" a Broadway musical?
Producer James L. Nederlander says he has acquired the rights for a stage version of Michael Jackson's iconic music-video spoof of horror films. The show will include songs from two of the pop king's best-selling albums, "Thriller" and "Off the Wall."
"The Nederlanders and Michael Jackson represent live theater and musical excellence, so let the music begin," Tohme Tohme, a spokesman for Jackson, said Monday in a statement.
"I love the idea of making 'Thriller' a musical. Girl meets boy, they fall in love, boy has big secret, now what?" said Nederlander, head of the company that owns nine Broadway theaters.
No word yet on who will write the book for the show or what songs will be included in the production, or who will direct and choreograph.
Everyone at 'Supernatural' is walking around in a daze, shocked and absolutely devastated. Kim was a brilliant director; more than that, he was a mentor and friend. He was one of the patriarchs of the family, and we miss him desperately. He gave so much to 'Supernatural,' and everything we do on the show, now and forever, is in memory of him.Kim Manners describing his role on Supernatural:
I took over for David Nutter, when David left the pilot. Now that I'm here, I'm working with Eric (Kripke) and Bob (Singer). I'm directing. I'm giving the show a certain look. I'm the guy who works with the guest directors (as we call them). I make sure I talk to them, go through their homework with them, scout locations with them, help them cast. So yeah, there are certain advantages to having a producing director on a show.
So guys, there's nothing foppish about turning up the collar on leather jackets, coats and some shirts. Check yourself out in the mirror from all angles to experiment with ways to pop up that collar ever so slightly, so that it looks stylish and not too studied.
Aziraphale: I'd just like to say, if we don't get out of this, that ... I'll have known, deep down inside, that there was a spark of goodness in you.
Crowley: Just remember I'll have known that, deep down inside, you were just enough of a bastard to be worth liking.
Before you crucify me: It's not that I dislike its fans as much as it is that I dislike the feeling that if I want to be a fan, I can't just watch an hour of quality TV; I have to start decoding Sprite commercials and go see Cloverfield. I know that intricate, never-ending web of clues is precisely the reason why so many of you love the show, but I just don't have it in me to care that much over multiple platforms.
Allie Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 12:07 PM EST
I agree.... I love LOST and watch it religiously, but all the decoding makes my head hurt. The lady that writes my newspaper's blog will write a 10000 wors diatribe with like, biblical and mythological research EVERY WEEK! And during the off-season, instead of blogging current shows, we get new blogs about the seasons 1-3 (well, now 4) dvd's. Good Lord. Get enough already!!!
Would you want to do a country-specific exploration show, like the Spain - On the Road show featuring Chef Mario Batali, cookbook writer Mark Bittman and Gwyneth Paltrow?
I would love to do something with Mario. It's been an unrealized ambition to produce a show for Mario, honestly. He's so smart. The guy knows so much. He's easily the funniest and smartest celebrity chef out there. The Spain show. I'm disappointed. After seeing the Spain show, I see room for improvement. Life is good for Mario, he's got life by the tail. It was probably a lot of fun for him to make that show and not too demanding of his time. But I would very much like to produce a show where he tells us everything he knows about Italy. I think that would be good and informative television. I just don't know if he wants to put in the time commitment given all the businesses he has.
Okay, I'll just say it. I think the Spain show is f***ing awful. Mark Bittman comes off unsympathetic to say the least. Bringing someone who cannot or will not eat jamon [Gwyneth Paltrow] to Spain is a misjudgment. My crew grinds their teeth with rage looking at the crummy production values. Bad camera work, bad sound, bad direction. The whole thing sucks. It's unfortunate. It's mesmerizingly awful
The joy of electing change is past. Now is the day of what makes America pretty amazing. The orderly transfer of command not just from one person to another, but from one ideology to another. And that is what is impressive, important, and inspiring and deserves respect and reverence.
Family Remains: An evil she-ghost kidnaps a new family's young son, and holds him hostage in the walls of an old house. It's up to Sam and Dean to get him out. Naturally. 9:00 pm