26 7 / 2014
Misha Collins. Who the hell is Misha Collins? Come on, we all know you know this incredibly abnosome human being. He is a loving, caring man and now it’s time to give him something back. So should we should do something pretty wicked cool.
Have you ever wished you could thank him? Thank him for his charitable work? His kindness towards fans? His lovable weirdness? In a few days Misha is turning 40 (August 20) and we are planning the best birthday present ever.
What is this project and how can I help?
It’s simple. We want him to see that and how he has changed our lives for the better and, of course, that he is loved. We will need 40 fans, each of whom will either
- make a video (1-2 minutes)
- draw/edit something
- write a song/sing a song
- write a poem
- A creative option of your choice (just ask)
Please help us and reblog this and, if you want to be part of this, send us (include all tumblr links of the persons who can be contacted) a message saying that you want to participate and what you plan on doing.
this is the other misha project that is going around, please reblog, they still need people!!
25 7 / 2014
I just want someone to give a damn about Cas and his problems for a change. I want someone to be upset because Cas is dying and obsessively search for ways to save him. I want someone to be worried when he goes missing and someone to show some compassion, or at least interest, when he says he’d been captured and tortured. I want someone to tell him he matters and acknowledge all that he’s done and lost and given up for the benefit of the others. I want someone to break down and cry and grieve if something happens to him. Basically, I just want someone to love Cas the way he deserves to be loved.
24 7 / 2014
au where cas dies and dean is so heartbroken that he keep’s cas’s coat and has frequent nightmares about his death and OH WAIT
24 7 / 2014
schroedingerscas said: i sometimes wonder what the writers and producers think their actual job is
I mean, I understand television. I understand that actually very little is set in stone, particularly with the old model of television that Supernatural still more or less follows. I’m not saying that I expect them, when the season premieres, to have an exact idea of how absolutely everything in the finale is going to go.
At what point in crafting last season did you actually realize you were going to pull the trigger on this storyline?
JC: Probably — we always have a direction for where we wanted it to go, we have an idea of where that arc is going to end, but we always leave ourselves room for exactly how we’re going to end it. That allows us to act on where certain characters are going and the storylines. I would say after Robbie [Thompson] wrote the Cain episode (“First Born”] — and Robbie knew the far-reaching implications [of the hour], and so did we — that we realized how much mileage we could get out of that. That’s where the idea started to germinate. But we didn’t pull the trigger on it for a while after that; we had a couple of different ways we were going and then we decided on that.
So, precisely when did they decide on it? Five episodes before the finale? I’m not sure how comfortable, then, I am with the idea that “Something bad happens to Dean at the end” was really the only thing they had vaguely decided upon for more than half the season. Even more uncomfortable with the idea that we’re watching more the threads of their writing and planning process, than the threads of a narrative constructed."