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by teelecki (teelecki)
at February 16th, 2007 (10:26 pm)
current song: Deep Purple - Smoke On The Water

Just wanted to let you guys know that there arent goin to be any new episodes until March 15, according to tv.com. My guess is that this is due to vacation time for the guys & crew.

this weeks episode was not ment to be taken too seriously, incase anyone was wondering

and alos because ive been asked.. in order to see the filming pics, you have to JOIN THE COMMUNITY. wich can be found in the USER INFO. that means you cant see them just by adding it to your friends. YOU HAVE TO JOIN! and also, the soundtrack we are advertising, is made by OUR SITE, not by the show. its a downloadable soundtrack thats coming up.

fan art for sale
by teelecki (teelecki)
at February 5th, 2007 (12:06 am)
current song: Joe Walsh - Turn To Stone

original drawing of the impala & Jared padalecki as Sam.



prints available for sale.

thumbnails lead to art gallery(click Artwork & Supernatural), where prices and size are available. adiditonal sizes are coming

MeeVee Exclusive! Interview with Supernatural's Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles
by teelecki (teelecki)
at January 24th, 2007 (04:01 pm)
current song: Rockstar: INXS Marty Casey - Creep

The CW's Supernatural certainly has one of the toughest time slots in television. Still, it still manages to hold onto a devoted hardcore following. If you don’t believe us, just check out the more than 20,000 blogs devoted to stars Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester) and Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester), and the hundreds of videos available on YouTube.

This year the series has delved deeper into its mythology, introducing a whole new world of hunters and exploring the Winchester brothers’ destiny. MeeVee sat down with the two busy stars of Supernatural between tapings to capture this exclusive interview.


Is there a big difference between this second season and the show's first?
Jared Padalecki: We both feel it’s a better series [now] than Season One. There’s a lot to be proud of in Season One, but we wanted Season Two to be better. We learned from a lot of mistakes in Season One, so we’re taking more chances and trying to step up the game a little bit. We kill ourselves to give it maturity and sophistication. In Season One, we were just worried about not making it a horror movie every week. This year we’re focused on the characters and giving them depth, complexity, and intricate storylines.

How is the series progressing toward those goals?
Jensen Ackles: I think it’s going really well. At the beginning, I was concerned about where it was going to go. It seems to be all going, though, according to plan, like a giant road map -- which helps us as actors to be consistent from week to week. I’m thrilled with the way things are going, and I know it’s just getting better.

Jared: I’m also very happy with how the season is progressing. I think in the first season, there’s a learning curve for everybody -- the actors are finding the characters, the writers are trying to figure out what works, who’s doing what with dialogue and story. Recently, we’ve been working harder and pushing the envelope. You can really feel now that it’s a well-oiled machine.

Every fan of the show wants to know how the car always gets fixed up each episode?
Jensen: It’s Supernatural! (laughter)

Are you finding that there’s a crossover of Supernatural fans who were avid X-Files watchers?
Jensen: Oh yeah, I’ve definitely run into fans who were big watchers of X-Files who are now fans of Supernatural. I think it’s really the duo journey…like David [Duchovny] and Gillian [Anderson], but Jared is much better looking than Jillian. (laughter)

How much of the show’s success is the relationship of the brothers versus the supernatural?
Jensen: Ninety-nine percent is the relationship between us guys, and the other one percent is what the writers cook up, like vampires and bugs.

Supernatural With that kind of pressure, how’s the chemistry between you guys, off camera and on?
Jared: It’s pretty effortless. We’re pretty similar and have similar interests, same hobbies. We’re both very laid-back guys. We take our work very seriously, and we like to work on our characters and like to have a good time. We keep the mood on the set fun. We just click. We have a fantastic time, we have a fantastic crew in Vancouver, and it’s all been very organic.

Jensen: I think it’s also just the common love we share for the show. We really look out for each other when we’re working with guest directors, and I think we just truly want this to be a great program. It’s very neat to have that relationship with a costar, very rare.

You told us earlier that you worked until 3:30 a.m. this morning. What do you eventually do in your rare off time in Vancouver?
Jared: We don’t have a lot of down time. That’s not a pity party or anything, we just work a lot. My dogs are up there, so I spend time with my dogs. Sometimes my girlfriend comes up or I’ll come down [to visit her], and work on the script. Even between episodes, you go from finishing an episode on Wednesday and say, “Whew, another one down! I feel good about our work – let’s go have a Coors Light or something.” Then on Thursday, I get handed another 60-page script I have to get used to. So it’s really a lot of work for nine months out of the year. Sometimes the week is a blur, and I realize I forgot to call my mom -- I mean, she might be dead or something. No, there’s not a lot of down time.

Jensen: It is a full, full-time job.

Fans of Battlestar Galactica will be happy to hear that Tricia Helfer is making an appearance on an upcoming show. Any other cool guest stars we should watch for?

Jared: Besides Tricia, as we gear up for the season finale we’re told they’ll be bringing back various characters who have already made an appearance on the show.

What about Amber Benson? She seemed to be an instant fan favorite.
Jensen: We would love to have Amber back, but there are no plans as of yet. We love the character and would love to see her again. But Emmanuelle Vaugier is coming to do an episode -- Episode 17, I think -- where she has lots of hot sex with Jared.

That bedroom reference is a perfect segue to our last question. You work on a show with all kinds of scary stuff -- do you ever have any weird or scary dreams?
Jensen: Nah, I don’t. I mean, when you break these stories down, they becomes sort of businesslike. That thing that goes bump in the night is just a story problem for us, so I don’t think it affects us in that way.

Jared: I don’t think for me either, but as far as the show goes, I love nothing more than hearing somebody say, “Man, it really scared me -- I had to turn away.” Our guest actress Tricia Helfer was talking about a few episodes, and she was like, “Literally I jumped, like, my husband threw food on the floor. I screamed and it scared me.” And it’s so funny to me, because we’re sitting there staring at a piece of tape on the floor or something and running away, and we see it all happen, and we know. I watch the show sometimes and I’m like, “I remember there was a boom [microphone] guy right between my legs.” But I love hearing about scaring people or giving them nightmares, or that they can’t watch it.

We actually found a lot more freedom and support with The CW
by teelecki (teelecki)
at January 24th, 2007 (02:27 am)
current song: Lostprophets - A Town Called Hypocrisy

The start of The CW spawned a few mysteries. How would the new network operate?

"It was an improvement," says Eric Kripke, executive producer of Supernatural, a thriller that started on the WB. "We actually found a lot more freedom and support with The CW, and they have let us sort of go further in terms of making the show exactly the way we want to make it."

sounds like Supernatural aint going anywhere for a wile!

writeup on playthings will come soon

new episode tonite!
by teelecki (teelecki)
at January 18th, 2007 (05:12 pm)
current song: Rush - Working Man

Hey guys don't forget that PLAYTHINGS is on tonite!

So stay tuned later this week for my review wich includes filming fun for this one too!.. though not quite as detailed as Hunted, but should still be good stuff!

welcome!
by teelecki (teelecki)
at May 31st, 2010 (11:43 pm)

Hey guys and welcome to Supernatural Planet on livejournal!

This site is run Tee, Taz, & Mary from www.supernaturalplanet.com and its gonna have heaps of supernatural stuff, spoilers, episode reviews, song info, pic spams and loads more, so feel free to join, and contact us if you want posting access!

since the sites down, most of it will be about major updates, member posting will come later once members add up and our site gets back to normal.

available jobs:

Gallery Manager
manage, update, and pic hunt for the gallery. Membership approvals also a task.

Forum Admins
manage our forums for trouble, ban trouble, prune forums, ect.

Podcast Crew
multiple jobs available, chatting, maintaining the podcast site, collecting voice mail, collecting email, handeling applications.

Podcast Transcribers
we'll need more people to help out with transcribing the episodes for those who can't download

Video Manager
scouting and uploading vidoes for the site, with permission, screencapping DVD's and episodes, sound clips..

debuggers
helping us fix future problems from everything to php and broken link notices.

interested? email: snpstaff@yahoo.ca

put the job title you want in the subject, or it might get mistaken as spam.

Filming pics of Hunted
by teelecki (teelecki)
at January 13th, 2007 (09:11 pm)
current song: LostProphets - Last Train Home

my filming pics of hunted will be also locked for members only, and are not to be used ANYWHERE without asking me first.

Hunted
by teelecki (teelecki)
at January 11th, 2007 (11:54 pm)
current song: led zepplin - in my time of dying

Review of Hunted is Locked for Members only, due to spoilers.

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