#yes that can be arrange-wow wow dean um dean babe i’m at heaven work okay#thanks for the boner dean great now i have to sit out the rest of this angel meeting thinking about your tongue up- dean seriously#stop dean oh my dad#um okay yes i would like to try that whatever that is (via robotmango)
Misha Collins: When I first got the script for Stonehenge, I thought, “This is impossible to make. It can’t be done. There’s too many pyramids, too many volcanoes, and too many earthquakes to be done in one movie.”
Misha as Jacob: "Get out!"
Misha: As you can see here, we’re at Stonehenge. Except we’re not really at Stonehenge, we’re outside of Vancouver. Those aren’t really stone, they’re Styrofoam. That isn’t really lichen; it’s paint. And those aren’t really elves; they’re workers. Crewmembers on the shower. I think I’m spoiling a little of the magic of the movies here, but there you have it.
Misha: My interest in the subject matter of the film is - I’ve always been, I know this is sort of a controversial position to stake out, but I’ve always been sort of anti-apocalypse. So (Laughs) I like the idea of heading off the apocalypse.
Peter Wingfield: As an actor, the thing I’m finding most challenging in this movie is the incredible amount of technical stuff.
Misha: Saying this combination of words: the, uh, stone is an electromagnetic, uh - no, see, I can’t.
Peter Wingfield: "The electromagnetic shockwave - "
Misha: The stone - no, the altar stone is an electromagnetic - receptacle?
Peter Wingfield: “-that a nuclear bomb creates -“
Misha: No; the stone is an electromagnetic revulse - no - see, this is the hardest part of the movie.
Peter Wingfield: ” - is the only weapon we have that is capable enough of disrupting the magnetic forcefield - “
Misha: The altar stone (laughs) is an electromagnetic reverse polarity receptacle.
Peter Wingfield: " - protecting Stonehenge."
Misha: That was incredibly hard!
Peter Wingfield:And you’ve gotta say that like it’s just tripping off your tongue because those are words you use every day.
Misha: It was good working with Tori. I like Tori. Um, we - our -our - we’re sharing a trailer, there’s a wall between our rooms - so I can hear everything that she was doing and she is completely, I mean, she is completely insane.
Misha: And he [the director] knows exactly what he’s doing, he’s really well prepared - those are all, I think, good things in a director. And he’s got a great laugh, which is nice to be around. He doesn’t seem yet to get really visibly pissed off, so I’m looking for that button, trying to figure out how to infuriate Paul Ziller.
Misha: People should watch this film so they know how to save the world from an apocalypse if it is centered around Stonehenge, which is a very likely possibility. Um, it’s something that I think everyone should be prepared for. It’s sort of an instructional video, if anything.
Evil Ginger: The reason you should see this movie, other than (points at himself and whistles) - you know, it’s fantasy! Put your brain on hold for a couple of hours. Just, you know, go and enjoy the film.
Misha: People should see Stonehenge Apocalypse because I think it’s gonna be a really great movie.
Sometimes I remember him, and realized he was gone.
Because I told him so.
//the 9x03 thing killed me i h a v e to draw sorr y
I don’t know what we have to do.I don’t know how much hotter the kiss could possibly be (x)
automatic reblog. every time.
jensen playing dean playing jensen playing dean giving advice to jared playing sam playing jared playing sam and both are acting like misha playing misha playing cas
FOURH WALL?? WE NEVER HAD ONE
Chat reblogged from Only those who prepared to fire should be fired at with 100,642 notes
On the twelfth day of finals my college gave to me,
Twelve screaming sessions
Eleven chapters to read
Ten students sobbing
Nine frozen pizzas
Eight days of no sleep
Seven shows on Netflix
Six open tabs
FIVE POTS OF COFFEE!!!!!
Four panicked calls
Three vehement denials
Two mental breakdowns
And a day of getting nothing done
…….. Yeah, so I should be studying. Instead, this happened.
Remember that time Daleks and Cybermen had sass-off?
THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVE SCENE FROM DOCTOR WHO EVER I AM NOT EVEN JOKING I AM SO GLAD SOMEONE MADE A POST OF IT I THINK ABOUT THIS MORE OFTEN THAN IS NORMAL UGH IT MAKES ME SO HAPPY
Destiel AU: Cas is a homeless man who has lost everything. Dean first saw him in the bathroom of an office building where he works. And now they meet again.
Destiel AU: Cas is a homeless man who has lost everything. Dean meets him in the bathroom of an office building where he works. This is not the last time their paths cross …
(to be continued)
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