The magazine features an 8-page spread of Jensen, Jared and Misha where they look gorgeous while talking about Supernatural; the following quote from Jensen was shared in the sneak peak –
“We used to think that being silly onset, cracking up during a scene and that kind of thing, was being really unprofessional. We would make efforts to stop messing with each other. But now we take the time to enjoy laughing about something stupid. I think it’s really important to make each other laugh. All of us will be on set just in tears laughing way too often. We could literally put out an entire DVD package of just bloopers, it would be hours long.”
From a picture (shared by Lana Carlson who attended the event with Jensen) the exciting news that Jensen and wife Danneel will be co-hosting an upcoming event, ThinkPop, on October 15 2016. A menu from the event detailed the following information on this upcoming event;
Thanks to the significant generosity of Danneel and Jensen Ackles , we are pleased to announce ThinkPop; a new partnership between Thinkery and Pop Austin. […] This year as part of IMAGINARIUM’s 2016 GLOW theme, the Ackles are proud to host ThinkPop on Saturday, October 15 at 800 Congress.
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Several images from the shoot, as well as a short excerpt from the interviews, were shared with JustJared, but fans can see and read the entire editorial for themselves when the issue hits stands on September 22nd – you can visit Rogue Magazine’s site and order a physical copy of the magazine or a digital version will be available sometime in the near future.
(I won’t be uploading images from this shoot until I purchase the digital version and can upload HQ pictures myself)
This week was a very busy week for Supernatural fans as it was revealed that Supernatural had won the first ever Entertainment Weekly Fall Cover Shoot and fans were rewarded with several lovely images – and a great behind the scenes video – which have been added to our gallery.
In their interview with EW both Jensen and Jared talked about the series end which could possibly be when (and if) the show reaches its 300th episode;
But the key to living such a long life — besides coming back from the dead, of course — is never looking too far down the line. For Ackles and Padalecki, their focus is on the next milestone: hitting 300 episodes. “In a marathon, I keep my sights on that next mile, wherever that might be,” Ackles says. “And 300’s a good number to work for.”
Episode 300 would take the show 13 episodes into season 14, or all the way through season 14 if they did a shortened season, something Ackles and executive producer Bob Singer have talked about as a potential option. “We talked about wanting to be able to know when our end was, and if it was to be, let’s say, 300 episodes, we could tell a 13-episode story,” Singer says. “I think it would be bad for this show to just ride off in the sunset without a finale. I think we’ve earned that. I don’t know what that finale is, but we’d certainly like to do one.”
However, Ackles and Padalecki don’t want to get too ahead of themselves. If Sam and Dean have taught them anything, it’s that Death can be lurking around every corner (and he’s usually eating pizza). “If we don’t make it to 300, I think Ackles and I will both be truly bummed,” Padalecki says. “When we get to 300, I think Ackles and I will think it might be time to say bye. There’s a chance that changes, but we certainly do not take it for granted that we’re going to make it to 300.”